recovery supports

Center for Spiritual Recovery

The Center for Spiritual Recovery is for those who want God to be part of their recovery.  The Center offers retreats as well as individual and group guidance and direction for those seeking to deepen their commitment to spiritual renewal and spiritual recovery.  The Center activities include: 

  • Weekly Recovery Bible study
  • Weekly Quiet Time, (Listening Circle)
  • First Fridays Recovery Eucharist
  • Faith Partners Program
  • The Labyrinth Project  

Recovery Bible Study

The purpose of the Recovery Bible Study Group is to provide group members an opportunity to explore recovery themes through the study of biblical text. The group will utilize the Celebrate Recovery Bible as well as other resources. The Recovery Bible Study Group is open to mean and women seeking to break free from “life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups.” The group will use stories, character studies, and daily readings to facilitate their growth. 

 

Faith Partners Program

The purpose of this program is to build partnerships with the faith community to create a drug-free Williamsburg.  SpiritWorks will equip the faith community in the areas of prevention, early intervention, referral assistance, recovery support and advocacy by providing tools, training materials and assistance. 

 

 

 

 

The Labyrinth Project

The Labyrinth Project sponsors workshops, walks retreats, and Awakenings (a labyrinth event). The Labyrinth Project offers individuals an opportunity to take time out from their busy lives; to leave schedules, cell phones, pagers and stress behind. Walking a labyrinth is a gift we give ourselves. It represents our passage through time and experience.

 

First Fridays Recovery Eucharist

A service of hope and healing for the recovery community and all who seek wholeness in their lives. Whether you are in recovery, have friends or family members in recovery, or simply are curious about this type of worship, this service is open to everyone.

 

 

Listening Circle

This is the practice of two-way prayer. We learn to listen without judgement and be completely open to what we are hearing. Through listening, we can learn to connect more with our higher self.