FINDING FREEDOM IN CHRIST
A Church Created BY the Recovery Community FOR the Recovery Community
Fridays @ 6:30PM
238 Walnut St.
Sunbury, PA 17801
Recovery Church Sunbury is a place built by the recovering community for the recovering community. Our focus is on drug & alcohol addiction. We are looking to bridge the gap for those either already in recovery or entering recovery to connect with the local church and to help them establish their faith. We are offering weekly recovery church services every Friday starting at 6:30pm.
We offer various support groups, as well as a resource center for those looking for Recovery services and counsel. We are here to offer hope to broken people who are losing the battle to addiction. We are going to come alongside of each other and lift one another up. We are trusting God to do great things.
Billy is married to Shawnee and they have two kids. He has been part of Christ Wesleyan Church for twenty years. Within the early years of His faith, he felt called into the ministry, and has served and ministered in the community with the White Deer and Gaudenzia Recovery Ministries. He joined the staff at CWC in 2021 as the Recovery Pastor serving those who struggle with addictions and their families. Billy is really excited to be used by God in leading a recovery church at the Sunbury Campus and cannot wait to see the lives that are changed.
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Attn. Recovery Church Sunbury PA
363 Stamm Rd, Milton PA 17847
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Recovery Church Sunbury, PA is local independent church in Kingdom partnership with the Association of Recovery Churches which is an exempt 501(c)(3) organization.