Recovery Course

What is The Recovery Course?

The Recovery Course was founded at Holy Trinity Brompton over 10 years ago. It is a 15 session course for anyone suffering with an addiction, compulsive behaviour or secret habit that is spoiling their life, such as Drugs, Alcohol, Pornography, Sex, Gambling, Food, Social Media or Self-Harming.   The course follows the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous as it was originally intended, with Christ at the heart of recovery. The format is similar to an Alpha Course with a meal, a central talk and group work.  It is open to Christians and non-Christians and is always provided at no cost to the guest.

The course is a good starter for those completely new to recovery as well as those who have been in recovery for years and would like to take a fresh look at the steps from a Christian perspective.

Testimonial

“Going on The Recovery Course has given me a chance at life, given me hope and helped me see that I'm not on my own. The course has brought all of my issues into the light and helped me take my first step into recovery. Now that I'm on the road to recovery, I intend to stay on it.”

Recent Guest The Recovery Course Tonbridge 2019

For more information see:

Website: www.therecoverycourse.com

Facebook: @recoverycourse
Instagram: @recoverycourse
Twitter: @recoverycourse

Contact: 

Justyn Rees Larcombe; Recovery Course CEO & Course Leader;
Email: Justyn.larcombe@btinternet.com
Kevin Campbell ; Recovery Course Marketing & Administration;
Mob: 07749 226309;
Email: info@recoverytwo.org

 

Next Courses running at:

  • New Life Church, Tunbridge Wells. Starts: Wednesday 30th January. Information: info@recoverytwo.org

Registered Charity Number: 1170792 

 




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