Thursdays at Real Life on the Palouse
Large Group: 6:25 – 7:00 PM
Small Groups & Classes: 7:15 – 8:30 PM
Find hope and healing in community.
Restoration Night is a safe, welcoming community of people coming together to face their hurts, habits and hang-ups head-on.
Restoration Night begins with a large group gathering at 6:25 PM in the Real Life Auditorium. This typically includes a time of worship and a short message or testimony. On the first Thursday of each month we also celebrate with a Chip Party, handing out milestone chips to mark periods of sobriety or victory in areas people are working on.
Classes & Studies
After large group, small groups and classes begin at 7:15 PM. These classes vary each quarter, but typically include The Celebrate Recovery Step Study, a handful of groups focused on specific books or curriculums such as DivorceCare or Boundaries, a newcomer’s class, and men’s and women’s open share groups.
Hurts, Habits & Hang-Ups
Restoration Night is not counseling, but a place of acceptance as you work through your struggles with honesty. You will find others who are working through a variety of issues, including:
- Chemical Dependency
- Physical/Emotional/Sexual Abuse
- Family Dysfunction
- Sexual Addiction
- Eating Disorders
- Food Addiction
- Relationship Addiction
- Anger Management
- Financial Recovery
- And more
Children & Youth
During Restoration Night, we also offer accompanying programs for children and students.
Restoration Kids is open for infants through fifth grade during small groups. Check-in begins at 7:00 PM.
Restoration Youth is open to students in grades 6–12 and begins at 6:25 when large group starts. No registration is required.
Restoration Night follows a quarterly schedule, with new classes beginning every January, April, July, and October.
If you are joining mid-quarter, you are welcome to drop into one of the following groups anytime:
Newcomer’s Class: An opportunity for first-timers to learn more about Restoration Night and ask questions.
Open Share: Safe, men’s- and women’s-specific groups to share what you are dealing with and find community. Come weekly as you are able, with no homework and no commitments.
Healthy Conversations: A class for anyone who wants to get better at having healthy, respectful, positive discourse. Each class consists of a video or lesson, followed by group discussion. Classes do not build on one another and there is no homework, so you can drop in anytime.
If you need childcare while attending one of these drop-in groups, please pre-register your children here:
The Steps to Freedom in Christ
March 23, 2024
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
This is a one-day event walking through The Steps to Freedom, a Biblical guide to resolve personal and spiritual conflicts and become a fruitful disciple of Jesus.