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12-Step Programs

12-Step Update: January 25, 2012

SCC Twelve Step Meetings are being moved to the following locations.

  • Christ and Holy Trinity: (203) 227-0827
  • St. Luke's: (203) 226-0729
  • St. Paul's: (203) 847-2806
  • United Methodist: (203) 227-4707

Please see the schedule below for updated locations and times.

One of our deepest outreach commitments is to those recovering from addictions — we have been privileged to provide meeting space for more than 50 Twelve Step groups each week, and we look forward to welcoming them back when our church is rebuilt. The 12-Step meetings cover many self-help groups and give help and support to anyone who is willing to learn from the greater wisdom of people who have participated for a long time. All of the 12-Step programs work to heal the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of the participants.

Find a meeting on our Twelve Step Outreach Calendar below.

Find out more about 12 Step programs in general at 12Step.org.

12-Step Outreach Calendar

For an explanation of abbreviations used, please see the key below.

Download the Saugatuck 12-Step Calendar (Updated 01/25/2012, PDF, Requires Adobe® Reader®)

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* Indicates a time change

Monday
Time Meeting Meeting # Location

7:30 AM

Business D/A

 

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

Al-Anon

#8003

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

AA/Beginners

#8005

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

AA/Open/Beginners

#8033

Christ & Holy Trinity

10:00 AM

AA/Women

#8014

St. Luke’s Stable

12:00 PM

AA/Open/BB

#8012

Christ & Holy Trinity

6:00 PM

AA/Al-Anon/ACOA
Men's Double Winners

#8118

15 Coleytown Road

7:00 PM

DA/Visions

#8014

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:00 PM

AA/Open

#8106

Christ & Holy Trinity

Tuesday
Time Meeting Meeting # Location

6:00 PM

GreySheet

#8006

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:00 PM*

AA/Closed/Speaker

#8105

Christ & Holy Trinity

6:45 PM

AA/Men's

#8037

 

Wednesday
Time Meeting Meeting # Location

7:30 AM

Al-Anon

#8003

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

AA/Open/BB

#8047

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

AA/Women's/BB

 

Christ & Holy Trinity

12:00 PM

DAStep Meeting

#8110

Christ & Holy Trinity

6:45 PM

AA/Open/Men's/Speaker

#8040

 

7:00 PM

NA Open Minds

#8045

United Methodist

7:30 PM

Al-Anon/Stag 

#8042

Christ & Holy Trinity

Thursday
Time Meeting Meeting # Location

7:30 AM

DA/Abundance

#8060

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:00 PM

AA Step

#8031

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:00 PM

CoDA

#8077

Christ & Holy Trinity

Friday
Time Meeting Meeting # Location

7:30 AM

Al-Anon

#8003

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

AA/24 Hr. Book Disc.

#8043

Christ & Holy Trinity

5:45 PM*

GreySheet

#8051

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:00 PM

AA/Discussion/Open

#8046

Christ & Holy Trinity

8:00 PM*

AA/G

#8007

St. Paul’s, Norwalk

Saturday
Time Meeting Meeting # Location

7:15 AM

SL/AA Women

#8044

 

7:30 AM

Al-Anon

#8003

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

Early Bird AA

#8059

Christ & Holy Trinity

7:30 AM

AA/Beginners

#8019

Christ & Holy Trinity

8:45 AM

GreySheet

#8061

Christ & Holy Trinity

10:30 AM

AA/Step

#8023

Christ & Holy Trinity

5:30 PM

AA/Step/Men

#8021

Christ & Holy Trinity

6:00 PM

Chapter 9 Couples in Recovery (4th Saturday of the month)

#8111

 

Attention 12-Step Groups:

We can only make corrections/revisions with your input — please advise our office of any changes as soon as possible: call 227-1261 or . Thank you!

Revised 1/25/2012

Key

AA: Alcoholics Anonymous — www.aa.org

ACOA: Adult Children of Alcoholics — www.adultchildren.org

Al-Anon: For friends and families of alcoholics — www.al-anon.alateen.org

AWOL: "A Way of Life" – a closed step-study meeting, convened over a period of time to work through all Twelve Steps using a specific format. The AWOL is not a GreySheet meeting; You must have at least 90 days of back-to-back GreySheet abstinence to attend, and attendance is required.

BB:  The “Big Book,” the basic text of Alcoholics Anonymous, is read and discussed — www.aa.org/bigbookonline

BDA: Business Debtors Anonymous — a distinct and dynamic but not separate part of Debtors Anonymous, created to focus on the recovery of members who are business owners — www.debtorsanonymous.org

Beginners:  Early recovery/basics of AA

Chapter 9 Couples in Recovery: from chapter nine of the A.A. Big Book, which suggests that couples “meet upon the common ground of tolerance, understanding, and love.” — chapter9-nyc.org

CoDA: Co-Dependents Anonymous — a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships — www.codependents.org

Closed:  Only for self-identified members or those willing to stop drinking

Clutterers Anonymouswww.clutterersanonymous.net

Couples in Recovery: Partners working on recovery in relationships — www.recovering-couples.org

DA: Debtors Anonymous — www.debtorsanonymous.org

DA Tools: The 12 tools of Debtors Anonymous — www.debtorsanonymous.org/DA-Tools-reprintable.pdf (PDF)

DDA: Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

Discussion:  Sharing on topic

EDA/Eating Disorders Anonymouswww.eatingdisordersanonymous.org

G: Gay

GreySheeters Anonymous:  fellowship of men and women working on recovery from compulsive overeating — www.greysheet.org

Messy’s Anonymous: People needing support for good orderly direction — www.r-a.org/i-messy.htm

NA: Narcotics Anonymous — www.na.org

OA: Overeaters Anonymous — www.oa.org

Open: Everyone welcome

SIA: Survivors of Incest Anonymous — www.siawso.org

Speaker:  Member tells story — how it was, what got him/her to recovery and how it is now

Stag:  Men's meeting only

Step:  Study of the 12 steps of AA — www.aa.org/lang/en/en_pdfs/smf-121_en.pdf (PDF)