This is it! You are doing it!
Whether you got to this point by working through the stages here at The Sumner Center or are coming in at this point, welcome!
We are excited you are here and hope you find the tools to continue your growth.
Habitat for Humanity
We are very excited to partner with Habitat for Humanity to help people in our area thrive. This partnership will allow for people who are gaining stability to look into permanent housing options.
Down below is a link to explore Habitat for Humanity in depth.
NorthField Church is a place where it’s ok to not be ok. No matter who you’ve been, what you’ve done or what was done to you… we believe that in Jesus you can find freedom from your hurts, hang-ups, and habits. You are not alone because we are here to walk with you on this journey!
The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to provide a community approach to recovery that is focused on our higher power, Jesus. Celebrate Recovery focuses on 8 principles that are based on the beatitudes and it is grounded on the Christ-centered 12 steps. Through these principles and steps, we begin a life-long process of finding freedom in Jesus!
Today is the day to begin recovery! The first step is always the hardest, but we’ll be here to take that step with you!
Thursday Nights in the main auditorium
5:45-6:15p – Dinner in the café ($5 per person / $10 family max)
6:30-7:30p – Large Group in Auditorium
7:40-8:30p – Small Groups (gender and Issue specific)
8:30-9:00p – Connect Café (coffee, desserts & fellowship)
Both men and women will have the weekly opportunity to be a part of an open share group. We want you to have a safe place to share with others who understand your struggle, so these groups are issue and gender specific.
Stepping into a new environment can be overwhelming, so we have a group that’s specifically designed to give you the details about who we are and what we do. This group meets in the auditorium after large group. Our goal is for you to know that this is a safe place and that it’s ok to not be ok!
To find more information about Celebrate Recovery or to reach out for help