Surviving the Holidays
The Christmas season may be challenging for several reasons - loss, relational fracture, strained family dynamics, recovery, and so on. It is normal to feel angst and sadness magnified at a time when so many others celebrate, but you don't have to walk this journey alone or without help. If this has been your experience in the past, or you anticipate it to be your experience of the holidays this coming season, join us as we explore what it means to hold the hope of our Savior in one hand while we acknowledge our pain and brokenness in the other. The Surviving the Holidays program will run from 6:45–7:30 p.m. Then, regularly attending Celebrate Recovery and Divorce Care participants will meet in their small groups. We'll have a separate group experience available for all our Surviving the Holidays guests that evening that would like to participate. The entire evening experience will end at 8:30 p.m. Please note, while childcare is available for our regular Celebrate Recovery and DivorceCare attendees, childcare will not be available for our Surviving the Holidays guests.
Crystal Lake Campus
Willow Crystal Lake, 100 South Main Street, Crystal Lake
Please note, while childcare is available to our Celebrate Recovery and DivorceCare attendees, childcare will not be available to our Surviving the Holidays guests.