Phone: 612-695-8349

Address: 6345 Xerxes Ave S Richfield MN 55423

Email: Recoveringlovechurch@gmail.com

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Join us in November at Recovering Love Church: "From Struggle to Hope”

We Worship Every Saturday at 5:30

Our worship service blends Scripture and principles of 12 step recovery to help people who are recovering, and those in relationship with them experience a connection with God and each other. Faith stories, music, prayer, and fellowship all support this process.

At Recovering Love Church in November,  we’ll look at how struggle shapes our recovery, and relationship with God, to move us into a place of hope. November's theme of moving from struggle to hope is woven throughout our Saturday evening Worship Services, Bible studies, and Prayer & Meditation gatherings so that individuals can deepen their understanding of God's work and presence in our lives. 

 We’ll look at the value of struggle as we learn to “live life on life’s terms”, stay sober through hardship and struggle, wrestle with things spiritual, and come out with a stronger kind of hope because God is with us through it all. You will be welcomed here and are invited to gather with others that share similar struggles.


Mark your calendars for November's gatherings at Recovering Love Church:

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  • Nov 16 (Saturday) at 5:30 – Worship service 

  • Nov 17 (Sunday) at 6:30 - Breathing Under Water

  • Nov 18 (Monday) at 6:30 – Prayer & Meditation

  • Nov 23 (Saturday) at 5:30 – Worship service 

  • Nov 24 (Sunday) at 6:30 - Breathing Under Water

  • Nov 25 (Monday) at 6:30 – Prayer & Meditation

  • Nov 26 & 27 (Tues and Wed) at 6:30 – Group Bible Study (pick the day that works best for you) 

  • Nov 30 (Saturday) at 5:30 – A service of Remembrance Worship service 

 

To learn more about our monthly theme, click in the box below to hear from Pastor Brad Herman.

 

Go Deeper with these Special Ministry:

Brad Herman discusses November's Theme "from Struggle to Hope  - We’ll look at struggle as we learn to “live life on life’s terms”, stay sober through hardship, and  wrestle with things spiritual.  We come out with a stronger kind of hope because we realize God is with us in it all.