A Church Created BY the Recovery Community FOR the Recovery Community
• Our Story •
Founded in 2010, Recovery Church started with just a handful of men and women who wanted to give people an option to walk the journey of recovery with other Christ followers. The church has touched thousands of lives and has already outgrown its meeting place twice.
Recovery Church is a fellowship of people who desire to maintain their recovery while strengthening their relationship with Jesus Christ.
We believe in the redemptive power of Christ’s love and desire to walk alongside one another in our healing process. Recovery Church is a transparent, Christ-centered, non-judgmental body that offers support and encouragement. ALL are welcome.
• The Service •
We begin the service with contemporary worship music, followed by a sermon or testimony.
Following the service, we offer a 30-minute “open share” time in which people can share what is on their hearts in a small group setting.
The last Tuesday of every month is Anniversary Night. It is a time in which we celebrate lengths of sobriety by handing out crosses as a tangible reminder of the changes we have made in our lives.
• Childcare Available •
Joe and Tina Dunham
Joe and Tina are married pastors with a heart for serving where they feel God would be serving in our community. Joe is in recovery and has been giving back to the addiction community for many years. Joe is also certified in many areas of recovery and together they have served for years in this area. They also have a heart for the elderly, homeless and children. They purchased a 15 passenger van so they can take people in need to church, recovery groups, soup kitchens, doctor’s appointments etc. They are very excited to serve beside Recovery Church and bring the truth of what Jesus Christ can do for all of us. John 3:16-17. Philippians 2:3-4
Philip Dvorak, MS, LMHC
Lead Pastor / Founder President of Recovery Church Movement
Pastor Phil Dvorak is the founder and president of Recovery Church Movement. Recovery Church Movement (RCM) is a network of Recovery Churches reaching and training those in early recovery to grow in their faith and recovery. He has served as a pastor, church planter, and as a ministry executive. However, his passion for those impacted by addiction is palatable. He coauthored a 30-Day recovery guide with Dr. Paul Meier (founder of Meier Clinics) and Dr. Jared Pingleton (Vice President American Association of Christian Counselors). He is ordained by the Christian & Missionary Alliance and a licensed mental health counselor. Phil has personally served thousands of individuals. His treatment curriculums have been published and implemented by a number of treatment centers across the country. He has a passion to see people recover from the disease of addiction and be a part of the solution to this crisis in our nation. He is a devoted husband, father, and servant leader.
“Pastor Phil Dvorak is fast becoming one of the foremost leaders in the field of Christian addiction treatment. His compassionate, insightful, yet firm approach connects to your heart in a truly life-giving way” -Dr. Tim Clinton President of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Meeting Leader & Teacher
Char has worked extensively with AA and is the Board President for the Two Twenty Eight Club Inc.in Richmond.
Scott has seen the negative effects of addiction and thanks God for the freedom and power that he offers to addicts and non-addicts alike. Scott has a career in technology, and uses his background to help ministries with their technology needs.
Scott is married, and has two teenage sons and calls Richmond his home.
How Recovery Church Started
Interview with Phil Dvorak and Junior Saint-Val
July 5, 2018 Phil Dvorak
June 28, 2018 Dr. B
June 21, 2018 Mike Eleveld
June 14, 2018 Dr. B
You can mail a check to the following address:
Attn. Recovery Church
9394 Sandy Run Road, Jupiter, FL 33478
Make checks payable to "Recovery Church" Memo: RC Richmond IN
Thank you for supporting this ministry!
Recovery Church is a registered non-profit in the State of Florida through The Christian and Missionary Alliance and is an exempt 501(c)(3) organization.