We are looking for Christians in long-term recovery, in the Atlanta Metro Area, to join us in planting a Recovery Church, and help this city be a beacon of hope for those struggling with addiction.
Why Atlanta, GA?
God loves the people of Atlanta. He loves this city and wants to see it transformed for Him. We believe God’s heart is broken seeing people stuck in the bondage of addiction. Addiction is on the rise in the Atlanta metropolitan area. We are seeing an alarming increase in overdose deaths; many are dying without a saving relationship with Jesus or a path of recovery. Recently, we have witnessed a concerning pattern of other substances being laced with fentanyl and carfentanyl, creating a deadly combination.
The CDC estimates that fentanyl is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine, and carfentanyl is 10,000 times more powerful than morphine and 100 times more powerful than fentanyl. This deadly combination is taking too many lives. Recovery Church desires to work alongside the local Church community and Recovery Fellowships to see this change. Recovery Church is seeing a transformation take place across this country, being led by people in recovery from alcoholism and addiction.
We are seeing Recovery Churches started by people in recovery for people in recovery. People in recovery are being used by God to rescue and redeem people from the pit of addiction. Partner with us to start Recovery Churches in the Atlanta metropolitan area today. Although we do not have a physical Recovery Church in Atlanta, we are praying for the right people to partner with us today. Will you prayerfully consider being that partner today?
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Recovery Church Movement (RCM) is a network of Recovery Churches reaching and training those in early recovery to grow in their faith and recovery. RCM is a bridge between the 12-Step Fellowships and the Church. We train, coach, and help people learn to become disciple makers within the recovery community and start, plant, and reproduce Recovery Churches.
Through the power of Jesus and the ministry of Recovery Church men and women are coming to faith in Christ and are being redeemed and rescued out of the slavery of addiction. Each week Recovery Church serves hundreds of people that desire to maintain their sobriety while strengthening their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Recovery Church desires to see believers lead the way in providing hope to a nation facing the horrific epidemic of addiction.
With locations spreading across the United States, Recovery Church's mission is to be in every city, in every state, and across the world. You may search for your local Recovery Church location by visiting our main locations page. Are you a leader and didn't find a location in your area? Apply to open a church in your city!
Where can I find a Recovery Church near me?Please visit our locations page! There you can search by zip code.
How can I give to Recovery Church?You can gave with a one time donation or recurring. Visit our Giving page.
What is Recovery Church Movement?Recovery Church Movement (RCM) is a network of Recovery Churches reaching and training those in early recovery to grow in their faith and recovery.
Where can I find a church for recovering addicts near me?Visit any of our many Recovery Church locations! Don't see one? Learn more about how to plant a church!
Who is Pastor Phil Dvorak at Recovery Church??Pastor Phil Dvorak is the founder and president of Recovery Church Movement. Recovery Church Movement (RCM) is a network of Recovery Churches reaching and training those in early recovery to grow in their faith and recovery.
Does Recovery Church support 12 Step Programs?Yes, Recovery Church is a 12 Step supportive, gospel-centered church that bridges the gap between support fellowship and the church. We encourage engagement in whatever 12 step fellowship you are a part of and engagement in your local church.
How can I help start a Recovery Church?Thank you for your interest in starting your own Recovery Church. We would love to connect with you and discuss this further. Please visit our "Plant a Church" page and apply there, and a team member will contact you shortly.