Recovery Programs | Traditional Support Groups
Alcoholics Anonymous – a traditional discussion meeting, specific to alcoholism. We meet every Wednesday from 12 to 1 pm in the Multipurpose room.
AA Big Book Study – Join us as we study the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous every Friday afternoon from 12 to 1 pm in the Blue room.
Al-Anon – a support meeting for friends and family of alcoholics. We meet every Monday night from 7:30 to 8:45 pm in the Orange room.
Food Addicts – a drop in support meeting for those seeking recovery from food addictions. We meet every Saturday morning from 8 to 9:30 am in the Auditorium Lobby.
Steps of Faith – this biblically oriented 12 Step curriculum is available for individual study or small group process. To order, contact Ricky Wade.
Faithful and True/SALT – this small group workshop explores the root causes of men’s sexual battles and encourages the development of more Christ-honoring attitudes and behaviors. For more information, contact Sebastian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650 872.2812.
A Safe Place – “A Safe Place” is a ministry for women who fear they may have a problem with alcohol, and for those already in the process of recovery. It is an opportunity for women to begin the process of healing from the shame and bondage related to alcohol issues in a confidential setting. Through God’s Word and the 12 steps for Christians, we will work together, share, and pray for each other,” as we work toward “living in the solution,” God’s way. Please contact Ricky for more information.
Outside the Friday night service, workshops, and supports that provide the framework for this ministry, we also offer various events and services that are worth mentioning:
- An annual retreat in the fall, at minimal cost so that everyone has an opportunity to enter into fellowship and grow deeper in the faith.
- Fellowship events and worship nights.
- Both pastoral and clinical counseling in the area of addiction.
- A wide range of referrals that may benefit your particular need.