AFC Community Center
Life Recovery Group
No need to sign up...just show up! / Wednesday nights at 7pm
We believe everyone can benefit from a Life Recovery experience. We all have struggles in life; struggles with addictions, food, depression, anxiety, and relationships to name a few. But we approach recovery from different angles. Some want a formal recovery meeting with a traditional recovery experience. Others want a recovery experience in a small informal group, or in an existing group they are already comfortable with at their church. And some may prefer learning about recovery at their own pace before jumping into a group or meeting experience. This is the beauty of Life Recovery. Unlike other Christian recovery approaches that mandate how and where their recovery ministry can be employed, Life Recovery brings Christian recovery to you – right where you’re at.
The Twelve Steps of Life Recovery are a set of biblical principles in addiction treatment that outline a course of action for tackling problems such as drug and alcohol addiction, overeating, sex addiction, and more. There are 12 Christian Foundations that Life Recovery is based on.
Community Center volunteers needed!
Looking for a place to serve? The Community Center@ AFC could be the place for you! We are in need of baristas, bookstore clerk, greeters and check-in personnel. Let us know you’re availibility and we will get you plugged in!
The Gathering Place
The Gathering Place is open now! It houses a pavilion, picnic tables, grills and a sand volleyball court. The Gathering Place is located across from the Tire Park and offers shade and a place to relax and enjoy a meal! The Gathering Place is open from dawn to dusk. There is a volleyball provided, please return when you are finished. There is also charcoal provided FREE for your use. Keep in mind that the Church of the Nazarene is not responsible for any accidents and participants are playing at their own risk. Be a good neighbor and keep it clean for the next family to enjoy! The Gathering Place is located at 2503 Jackson Street and is available for FREE.
The Tire Park
The Tire Park is an awesome place for kids/families to enjoy playing outdoors. Please note that the Tire Park is open from dawn to dusk only. If you have children playing in the Tire Park, we ask that you close the gate for their safety as Jackson Street is a busy street! Keep in mind that the Church of the Nazarene is not responsible for any accidents and participants are playing at their own risk. The Tire Park is located at 2504 Jackson Street and is available for FREE.
The Community Garden
The Community Garden is just that...a garden for the community! Things are done for the year but check back next spring when planting season begins. We would love to have you participate in the planting and upkeep of the garden! The Community Garden is located at 2439 Jackson Street.
Looking for an impactful way for your group to serve? Let us help you plan!
Coming September 17th!
- Saturday, September 17th from 9am-noon
- 23rd to 29th & Brown to Main
- Drag your large items to the curb and our team will pick them up and dispose of them
- No tvs will be picked up
- Questions? Contact us at 765.643.3137 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Because of a very generous gift from the Madison County Community Foundation, The Community Center @ AFC is able to help students in our community who, because of dangerous COVID levels, are being forced to start the new year with virtual classes. Each Thursday we are open from 10am-5pm to help students in our community have the tools they need to succeed. Computers are available, free wifi is available, printing is available, and everything is socially distanced for the safety of each student.
Construction of the new Community Center will soon begin, but something this important can’t wait. We are working together to make a difference…
Our volunteers are some of the hardest working, most dedicated people around! We intentionally schedule breaks for them to avoid burn out and to give them a chance to rest and relax! Please see the list below for closure dates for 2022. Thanks!
January 17 (Martin Luther King Day)
February 21 (President’s Day)
March 21-25 (Spring Break)
April 15, 18 (Easter)
May 2-6 (Revival)
May 20 (District Assembly)
May 27, 30 (Memorial Day)
June 24 (Vacation Bible School)
July 4-31 (Summer Break)
September 2, 5 (Labor Day)
October 7 (Fall Break)
November 21-25 (Thanksgiving)
December 23-30 (Christmas)