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What is The Landing?

Students struggle on a daily basis with things like depression, anxiety, loneliness, isolation, bullying, peer pressure, family conflict, self-worth and so on. The Landing is a safe and confidential place where they can feel welcomed and supported just as they are.

The Landing is not only meant to walk with teens through hurts, hang-ups and habits, it is also a resource that can be applied to preventing future struggles. The Landing is a program created by the same founders of Celebrate Recovery and is a tool that is used to help students as they navigate the challenges of life.

How Does it Work?

The Landing meets every Monday evening at 6:30. There is no need to register or sign up, if you’re a teen interested in the Landing you can simply show up. We will start out with a time of connecting and grabbing a few snacks. Then we move into a time where there will be some songs that have been intentionally selected for the evening. Followed by time where a teaching is shared that gives some valuable tools for navigating life, or a personal story is shared by someone who has experienced growth through life’s challenges. Large group then breaks off into smaller gender and age specific groups where we dive deeper into what was shared in the large group. The evening wraps up between 8:30–9 PM with some more food and a time to connect with others who are there. The Landing is a program where students can grow, learn, heal and navigate through life; it is simply what the name implies, a safe place for teens to land during the week. The Landing follows the same format as Celebrate Recovery does; it is based on 12 Steps and 8 healing principles from the Beatitudes.


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