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AA & Al Anon
The largest drug problem in the United States is addiction to a legal product: alcohol. The most effective way of helping people stop addiction to alcohol and other drugs is the “twelve step” group meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
Al Anon is the corresponding support and learning group for spouses and other relatives of alcohol addicted persons.
Grace church is a site and sponsor of this extraordinary health and healing ministry. We host AA meetings Mondays and Fridays at 8:00 p.m. We host Al Anon meetings Mondays at 8:00 p.m. Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. we have an AA Women’s Support Group.
Some of our church members are recovering alcoholics, or family members of same, attending a twelve step group on our campus, and in other locations.
If addiction is part of your life, we pray you will seek the partnership of a twelve step group to become sober, to stay sober, and to return to a healthy and productive and loving life. You may come to a twelve step group and start whenever you choose to do so.
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