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The-Landing

The Landing is Celebrate Recovery’s student ministry geared towards Junior High and High School age students. This curriculum is designed to mirror the same material as the adult Celebrate Recovery curriculum, only packaged for students.

The Landing exists to provide a safe place for our students to process life and the struggles that accompany it, provide tools to help them live emotionally and spiritually healthy lives, and point them towards the freedom found in Jesus Christ.

A typical night in the Landing will consist of:

  1. Connect Time
    This time serves to create connection between our students and leaders and build friendships. This normally involves some sort of game or activity.
  2. Worship
    A time a worship gives our students an opportunity to connect with and rest in God.
  3. Teaching Time
    Our Landing leaders will present biblical truths and recovery principles to our students in a way that they can engage with, participate in, and apply to their lives.
  4. Small Group
    The Landing uses the same five Small Group Guidelines that adult Celebrate Recovery uses in Open Share small groups and walks through a series of questions that pertain to that night’s teaching time. Small Group gives our students a time to process and personalize the recovery principles that they are learning.
  5. Fellowship Time
    This time serves as a place for students and leaders to connect, build relationships, and continue processing the lesson after the service.

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The Landing Quick Info

  • Free to students grades 7-12
  • Program runs Thursday night from 6pm-8pm
  • Home-cooked meal begins at 6pm
  • 201 W Market, Columbia City

A typical night in the Landing will consist of:

  1. Connect Time
    This time serves to create connection between our students and leaders and build friendships. This normally involves some sort of game or activity.
  2. Worship
    A time a worship gives our students an opportunity to connect with and rest in God.
  3. Teaching Time
    Our Landing leaders will present biblical truths and recovery principles to our students in a way that they can engage with, participate in, and apply to their lives.
  4. Small Group
    The Landing uses the same five Small Group Guidelines that adult Celebrate Recovery uses in Open Share small groups and walks through a series of questions that pertain to that night’s teaching time. Small Group gives our students a time to process and personalize the recovery principles that they are learning.
  5. Fellowship Time
    This time serves as a place for students and leaders to connect, build relationships, and continue processing the lesson after the service.
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