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Vision

We are a Spiritual Recovery community where wholeness is recognized and oneness is revealed.

Mission

Create a supportive and loving environment to embrace healthy and spiritually connected living.

 

Dr. RAS Smith
Ministerial Director of Spirituality in Recovery

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Rev. Carol Wilke
Education and Recovery

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Spirituality in Recovery


Upcoming Retreat

Second Annual Recovery Retreat
April 7 - 9, YMCA of the Rockies

Please download the registration form below to register.
Click here to download retreat registration form.
Click here to download retreat information and policies. 

Registration forms can be faxed to 303-238-1303 or scanned and emailed to CWilke@milehichurch.org. 

Register early! This retreat will sell out! 

For more information, contact Rev. Carol Wilke at 720-974-2242.

Are you looking to embody a new level of recovery?

Celebrate and renew your recovery journey! 

  • Enhance your relationships and communication 
  • Promote balance and well-being 
  • Embrace serenity and self-Mastery 
  • Deepen powerful spiritual sools for a thriving life 

Give yourself the gift of a revitalizing recovery retreat! We will create a safe space and beautiful, nurturing environment in which to explore deeper spiritual principles for your recovery. 

You’ll have the opportunity to set powerful new intentions around your personal recovery and learn how to align with joy and freedom. 

We will incorporate various forms of meditation, Law of Attraction principles and connection exercises to create a new level of recovery.

Retreat Information

The retreat will be held at the YMCA of the Rockies located near the town of Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. Enjoy the inspiring and peaceful setting of the YMCA. Sleeping rooms are either singles or shared and will be in the same building as our meeting room. Join us for the weekend and experience deepening meditations, connection with nature, embodiment of spiritual principles and the fellowship of recovery. This venue provides beautiful opportunities for hiking, meditative walks, wildlife viewing and gorgeous views.

Retreat Leaders:
Rev. Carol Wilke
Dr. Ras Smith 

Dates:
April 7: Retreat begins at 4 p.m. (Check in at 3 p.m. – Includes dinner)
April 8: All day (Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner)
April 9: Ends at 1 p.m. (Includes breakfast and lunch)

Pricing:
Single room: $360 (Includes 6 meals, 2 nights lodging and retreat fee)
Shared room: $280 (Include 6 meals, 2 nights lodging and retreat fee) 

Register now! Space is limited!

Testimonials from the 2015 Recovery Retreat:

  • “This has been an amazing experience and I feel it’s been one of the greatest gifts of my life. Thank you so much!” 
  • “This surpassed my expectations! I loved the topics. Everything was wonderful.” 
  • “I will definitely come if you have one next year! I’m not an addict but see myself headed in that direction and this conference nipped it!! Thank you!!” 
  • “All of the sessions provided insights! A real sense of community, new friends, open, non-dogmatic energy. I’m so glad I attended and I hope to come back for #2.” 
  • “Empowering – this has been a great experience.”

 

 

Weekly Meetings
A Night of Wisdom & Fellowship

Spirituality in Recovery was born out of a desire to create a community of support for those who have experienced challenges with addictions or have had family members who are, or have been affected, by the challenge of addictions. This is a monthly metaphysical recovery gathering where we open our doors to persons from every path of recovery to share their experience, strength and hope. We also share how we can use the blessings of our spiritual path to remember the wholeness of who we are. We do not discount any program of addiction recovery, rather we embrace the core truth inherent in re-discovering healthy and spiritually connected living.

Please join us as we come together in community where wholeness is recognized and oneness is revealed one thought at a time.

If you have ever asked...

How you can reconcile feelings of powerlessness over addictions and the positive nature of metaphysics?
What are the similarities and differences between metaphysical teachings and the 12-steps?
Then this is the group for you!

Whether you are associated with a recovery group or interested in recovery, join this metaphysical recovery gathering of like-minded people for a night of wisdom and fellowship.

Everyone is welcome. This is an open meeting.

Wednesdays, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Community Center, Middle School Room


Events

Every August is “Recovery Month” at Mile Hi Church. On the first Sunday of August we have a Recovery Fair where we invite local and regional recovery providers to have a table with information in the community center. It’s a great opportunity for our community to find out what is available in terms of treatment and recovery services in Denver and Colorado. Dr. Ras will also be speaking the first Sunday of the month on a recovery-related topic and all 4 Wednesday Night Live Services in August will be recovery topics as well.