In March of 2020, I had 2 years of sobriety because of Free Tuesdays. The Mosaic Center has been life changing and an inspiration in my life. I feel like we have the best support team to help anyone who is struggling or feels broken. Just like the name Mosaic, we are all broken but when we work together, we become a beautiful mosaic.
Free Tuesdays is open to ANYONE experiencing the devastating effects of addiction and is ready for group support.
We use a combination of the 12 steps, Scripture, prayer, and conversation. You do not need to be a member of Mosaic Church to attend Free Tuesdays.
Who are we?
We are people on the road to restoration being well. We are individuals in recovery from substance use disorder, co-dependence disorder, pornography abuse, and other issues created by our own choices and past mistakes. For us, that road to recovery runs through our belief in Christ and his teachings to a place of relief and forgiveness. We use the 12 Steps, conversation, prayer and education about how our minds and bodies work to create a new pathway toward improved physical, spiritual, emotional and mental health. Our goal is that you will be set free to love God and others in life-giving ways.
What happens in a group meeting?
A recovery group invites you into a process of exploration with others who are on a similar journey. You get an unhurried, non-judgmental space to figure out where you are and where you’d like to be. On Tuesdays, we gather at Mosaic Church at 6:22 pm for a little worship music and a solid teaching that is both practical and biblical. At 6:50 pm, we break into smaller groups based on need for conversation, encouragement and accountability based on the 12 step meeting model.
Recover from chemical addiction (meets in person or by Zoom)
If you struggle to be set free from a substance that negatively affects your life (alcohol, prescription meds, illegal drugs, cigarettes, or other substances), this group is for you. We start with the 12 steps as a way of understanding Christian growth, and we bring in resources that help us understand how the addicted brain affects behavior, and how freedom in Christ gives the greatest opportunity for becoming whole. Led by Krista Lacroix and Carolyn Moore. For info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.