ABOUT US

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Our mission is to help those in recovery discover Jesus and grow as his followers as He lives in us and sustains us in our recovery process.

We want to grow in our recovery - not only to claim we are sober - but continue to grow as followers of Jesus together.

We serve our church family; and, as we follow the example of Jesus, really live out the 12th step by serving the recovery community around us.

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SUNDAYS AT 9AM 

CONNECTION GROUP + RECOVERY

TUESDAYS AT 6PM

BARBEL SAVES PROJECT

FCC RECOVERY

TEAM MEETINGS

QUARTERLY

our community - our generation - our neighbor

The nations true epidemic

According to the CDC, drug overdose deaths have quadrupled since 1999. Those battling substance abuse disorder number over 19 million in the United States.

I-17 Corridor - an addiction epicenter

To FCC’s western border sits boundaries of an area infamously known as ‘I-17 Corridor’ This corridor encircles the I-17 freeway from about Indian School Road to Dunlap. The corridor is one of the top spots in the nation for fentanyl and other drug trafficking, prostitution, violent crime, and those experiencing homelessness.

Sunnyslope

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In Phoenix, the 6th most populated city in America, sits  a community called Sunnyslope which boundaries encompass FCC to the east. It is estimated that over 15% of the 2,100 live on the streets of Sunnyslope.1,300 individuals visit the Human Services Campus (shelter) in Phoenix each day. (DES Homelessness in Arizona Annual Report, 2015) And in the Sunnyslope community, 25.3% live below the poverty threshold, higher than the City’s average of 15.9%. (North Mountain Redevelopment Study, 2013)

LOVE OUR NEIGHBOR

FCC has become a place where people gather who did not feel like the church of Christ cared anything about them, let alone our benevolent God. FCC Recovery believes that Jesus Christ is the Highest power. We feel that when those in recovery are embraced by the church of Christ miracles happen! And in connected community, we grow in sustained recovery. FCC Recovery’s priority is to love our community and surround our neighbor with the love of Christ and His church. In connecting with, and serving alongside, the Church we find healing and sustained recovery that can outlast the standard.

SUNDAYS AT 9AM 

CONNECTION GROUP + RECOVERY

TUESDAYS AT 6PM

BARBEL SAVES PROJECT

FCC RECOVERY

TEAM MEETINGS

QUARTERLY

how does it look?

CONNECTION GROUP + RECOVERY

At 9am on Sunday mornings we study the bible congruous with the church as a whole – we keep in mind our recovery as we look for God to infuse us with His Wisdom.

BARBELL SAVES PROJECT *COMING SOON!

6pm on Tuesdays we work out! Barbell Saves Project leads us into strength of mind and body imparting to us the belief that healing the body also saves the mind. See https://thebarbellsavesproject.org/

CONNECTION GROUP + RECOVERY

FCC Recovery Team, comprised of members who are mature in their recovery & in their walk with Christ, aim to make a difference by: -Welcome and guide newcomers into New Life. -Be knowledgeable in and provide resources. -Walk with others by connecting them with meetings, sponsors, and mentors to ensure healing and recovery. -Work with sober homes, treatment facilities, and others in the recovery community to offer our hand and to love our neighbour.