Aug
25
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Aug
28
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Sep
1
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Sep
4
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Sep
6
to Sep 7

Family Movie Night

We love our families! Our free Family Movie Nights is one of the ways we show that. Bring your blankets and pillows to enjoy free popcorn and watch Joseph, King of Dreams.

Go to Springsville for more info!

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Sep
8
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Sep
11
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Sep
15
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Sep
18
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Sep
22
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Sep
25
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Sep
29
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Oct
6
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Oct
13
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Oct
20
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Oct
27
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Nov
3
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Nov
10
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Nov
17
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Nov
24
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Dec
1
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Dec
8
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Dec
15
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Dec
22
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Dec
29
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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White-Knuckled // New Series
Aug
18
9:00 AM09:00

White-Knuckled // New Series

Most of us love roller coasters. Why would you jump on a ride with a warning label? Because some rides are worth the risk! Join us on Sunday, August 18 for our new series called White-Knuckled, as we look at the risks worth taking. For more information, please visit thesprings.net/whiteknuckled.

SUNDAY SERVICE TIMES
Ocala campus
9am // 10:30am // 12pm
The Villages campus
9:15am // 11am
Southwest campus
10am

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Encounter Student Ministries
Aug
14
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Aug
11
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Aug
7
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Aug
4
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Jul
31
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Jul
29
6:00 PM18:00

Set team

Do you like being creative?

Every Monday evening our set team meets to help with painting, photo walls and awesome designs for current series at church. We meet in the set team backstage!If you are interested to join or would like to know more, please email Emily: emily@thesprings.net

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Jul
28
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Jul
24
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Jul
22
6:00 PM18:00

Set team

Do you like being creative?

Every Monday evening our set team meets to help with painting, photo walls and awesome designs for current series at church. We meet in the set team backstage!If you are interested to join or would like to know more, please email Emily: emily@thesprings.net

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Jul
21
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Jul
17
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Jul
15
6:00 PM18:00

Set team

Do you like being creative?

Every Monday evening our set team meets to help with painting, photo walls and awesome designs for current series at church. We meet in the set team backstage!If you are interested to join or would like to know more, please email Emily: emily@thesprings.net

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Jul
14
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Jul
10
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Jul
8
6:00 PM18:00

Set team

Do you like being creative?

Every Monday evening our set team meets to help with painting, photo walls and awesome designs for current series at church. We meet in the set team backstage!If you are interested to join or would like to know more, please email Emily: emily@thesprings.net

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Jul
7
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Jul
3
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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Jun
30
6:30 PM18:30

12 Steps to Recovery

Many people refuse to admit that they have a problem and for those denial is the main problem. People who use their coping mechanisms to fill their emptiness and medicate their emotional pain go to great lengths to convince others that their addiction is not hurting them or out of control. Often the only ones they convince are themselves. 

The very nature of addiction is that the coping mechanisms, which seemed to help us, eventually control us and produce negative consequences. Left unchecked, any addiction will destroy a life including those addictions that look good like workaholism, relationship or a religious addiction.  

This class will help you with recovery from hurts, habits, hang-ups and other life-controlling problems.

Group Leaders: Mike Martin & Tommy Tieche

Location: Ocala Campus (The Venue)

Email us at: caregroups@thesprings.net

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/12steps

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Encounter Student Ministries
Jun
26
6:30 PM18:30

Encounter Student Ministries

Ocala // The Villages // Southwest

Encounter is our Wednesday night student program for 6th-12th graders at The Springs. We meet every Wednesday at all three of our locations from 6:30-8:30pm. Come ready to experience powerful worship, engaging messages and friendly small groups.

For more information, please visit thesprings.net/encounter. 

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