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  • Celebrate Recovery

    November 28, 2022
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram


  • Protestant Men of the Chapel (PMOC)

    December 3, 2022
    8:30 am - 11:30 am


    Event – Protestant Men of the Chapel (PMOC) is a non-denominational group of men from the Ft. Knox Contemporary, Samoan, and Traditional Chapel services ministering to the needs of all men (age 13 and over). Our goals are to draw closer to God, serve Him, and glorify Him by studying His word, enjoying Christian fellowship, and accomplishing work projects as an outreach to the local community.

    Dates and Times – PMOC meets the first Saturday morning of each month, unless it is a holiday weekend, then it meets the second Saturday. Breakfast begins at 8:30 and study is from 9:30 to 10:30.

    For more information contat:
    Harry Rogers at (270) 300-3730 or Bill Andersonat (314) 623-0186

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