re:generation meets at 6:30 p.m. every Monday in the Student Building. We live-stream worship and a testimony here, but to participate in a group, please join us in person on Monday evenings.

You can email for questions.

Recovery at WoodsEdge

re:generation is 12-step discipleship through recovery. By working through these biblical steps within an authentic community, people have found freedom from substance abuse, alcoholism, codependency, pornography, eating disorders, depression, fear, control, emotional/physical abuse, same sex attraction, anger, obsessive thoughts and many other personal struggles.

re:generation meets from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Student Building. Re:generation is an ongoing ministry. You can begin at any time of the year. Childcare will be available for children ages birth-12. Please be sure to register your children for childcare using the link below.  

There is a registration cost, but scholarships are available if necessary. You do not need to register before attending, just join us any Monday night to learn more about re:gen.

Register for Childcare - 2023

If you are a re:generation leader or mentor looking for access to the watermark resources page, Click Here to go to that page. If you are a new mentor and you would like to request access to the watermark page, please email .

Mentor Documents:

Mentor FAQsMentor Job DescriptionMentoring AgreementParticipant/Mentor RelationshipKnowing the Gospel

re:gen Testimonies

Joey: Freedom from fear of failing, disappointing people, and people pleasing

Joey shares how God is healing him from his fear of failing and disappointing people and people pleasing.

Ken: Freedom from pornography and same-sex attraction

Ken shares how God is healing him from his struggle with pornography and same sex attraction.

Dezi: Freedom from fear, insecurity, and shame

Dezi shares how God is healing her from her fear, insecurity and shame.

Klein and Holly: Freedom individually as well as together in marriage

Klein and Holly Swannie share about their experience finding freedom individually as well as together in marriage.

re:gen Teachings

Zacchaeus: Joey Swenson

Joey Swenson teaches about how Jesus came to seek and save the lost.

Shame: Ken Brink

Ken Brink teaches about the destructive nature of shame.

Ministers of Reconciliation: Joyce Zetterberg

Joyce Zetterberg teaches about what it means to be ministers of reconciliation.

Lens of Gratitude: Joey Swenson

Joey Swenson shares about a painful experience and learning to see it through a lens of gratitude.