359 Chapel Heights Road, Sewell, NJ 08080 | Sun 9:15 AM & 11:15 AM | Youth Programs Wed 7 PM 856-582-0222 info@gcccpray.com

Please note that we will not be meeting in person until further notice due to Coronavirus restrictions. Please join the Facebook sessions on Thursdays @7:30pm live on Chainbreaker’s Facebook page.

About Chainbreakers

We are a Christian recovery program that focuses on the road to recovery using the 12 Steps recognizing Jesus as our Higher Power. We use various recovery materials including the Bible, AA Big Book, NA basic text, Celebrate Recovery and other relevant sources.

The Chain Breakers experience allows you to be changed, transformed, and renewed by God working in your life. As you work and study the 12 Steps and share your experience, strength, and hope with others, you will “Step” into the future that God has planned for you. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of the 12 Steps, you will experience a cognitive change in your thinking. This is essential, because the problem centers in our minds.

The result of this spiritual awakening is sobriety and freedom from addiction. We believe that through the 12 Steps and the power of Jesus Christ, we can be “CHAIN BREAKERS!” If you do not consider yourself a Christian, please know at you are wanted and welcomed here.

Chain Breakers is a confidential, anonymous and safe environment for everyone.

Recovery Groups

  • Addicts and alcoholics
  • Family support

Family Support

We are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics and addicts who share their experience, strength and hope with each other. We believe addiction is a family illness and, through working the 12 Steps, the family can find peace and support through Jesus Christ and other members who have lived the same experiences.

Contact

For more information about Chainbreakers please contact Angelina Moore (856) 582-0222 (x204) or chainbreakers@gcccpray.com.

LOCATION

Gloucester County Community Church

359 Chapel Heights Road

Sewell, NJ 08080

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SERVICE TIMES

Sunday mornings at 9:15 and 11:15