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Recovery Church

A Church Created BY the Recovery Community FOR the Recovery Community

Recovery Church

Centralia WA

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FINDING FREEDOM IN CHRIST

A Church Created BY the Recovery Community FOR the Recovery Community

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WHEN

Monday @ 7:00 PM

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Zoom ID: 835 0002 5192

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Calvary Chapel Centralia

2308 North Pearl Street

Centralia, WA 98531

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Recovery Church Centralia meets every Monday from 7:00-9:00 p.m. We meet to worship, hear a message or a testimony that encourages a deeper relationship with God, and to learn how to find emotional sobriety from alcohol and drugs through learning and working the 12-Steps and The Principles that go along with each Step, that is based directly out of the 'Biggest Book' - the Bible. We also have "open share" so people can talk about what is on their heart. The last Monday of every month is Anniversary Night at which time we celebrate milestones together and hand out crosses as a tangible reminder of the changes God has made in our lives.


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Centralia, WA

THE LEADERSHIP TEAM

(All leaders are listed alphabetically by first name)

Delilah Zaniewski

Servant Leader

I was raised in Washington State and have raised two beautiful daughters. I've been sober for over three years by the grace of God. I got sober during COVID-19 and met my sobriety family through the online Zoom platform. God blessed me with a wonderful sponsor who took me through the 12 Steps. I have also taken women through the 12 Steps. I feel stronger as a person, mom, and friend because of God and the program of recovery. I was also introduced to Recovery Church through Zoom where I fell in love further with God and the Life Recovery Bible. I crave a better understanding of God, His love, and forgiveness for me and others. I love helping others and want to help them bridge that gap between recovery and God, as my sponsor and Recovery Church have done for me.

Mike R.

Person of Peace

Mike R. is a "Person of Peace" who, as a medical professional, has acquired in-depth knowledge and experience with addicts and alcoholics. He has a deep personal relationship with Jesus Christ and is always seeking to do what God the Father sends him to do as he is guided by the Holy Spirit. A few years ago, he was shown 'The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous' and it was explained to him that if he could get his patients to follow this program that is based on the 'AA Plan for Life,' which itself is based on the teachings of the Bible, the principles learned from them would bring not only sober clean time but emotional sobriety. He encourages all his patients who suffer from alcohol and addiction to embrace a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, for there is nothing in one's past that can separate them from healing and wholeness.

William Laughing-Bear (LB)

Location Lead

I am a grateful alcoholic who started trudging the road of emotional sobriety on March 8th, 2002 through a 12-Step meeting where they used the Life Recovery Bible and the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. I have diligently gone after my sobriety like it's starting to rain and I'm the third monkey in line to get on the "sobriety ark." It is a matter of life and death! I love working with other alcoholics and addicts and introducing them to our only Hope, the Trinity of the Bible (our Father God, His Son, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit). And, just like Dr. Bob, I spend the bulk of my time passing on what I have learned to others who want and need it badly. I do it for four reasons: 1) a sense of duty, 2) it is a pleasure, 3) because in so doing I am paying my debt to my sponsor, Irv, who took time to pass it on to me and 4) because every time I do it, I take out a little more insurance for myself against a possible slip.

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1121 Harrison Avenue #171, Centralia, WA 98531

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Recovery Church Centralia, WA is a local independent church in Kingdom partnership with the Association of Recovery Churches which is an exempt 501(c)(3) organization.

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RESOURCES

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Alcoholics Anonymous 

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