AA

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who fight and recover from alcoholism by sharing their experience, strength, and hope with each other. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

[Closed] AA Meeting

A “closed” meeting means that only recovering alcoholics may attend this meeting.

DETAILS

DATES:     Mondays 

TIME:     7-8pm

ROOM:     M3 [in the South Hallway across from the Shed]

COST:     There is no fee.

Questions?     Email communitylife@marshill.org or call us at 616.249.3337.

 

[Open] Life Recovery Meeting

This meeting is open to anyone who struggles with any type of addiction, whether alcohol, drugs, food, porn, all of the above or anything else you can think of. An “open” meeting means that anyone may attend this meeting, including friends and loved ones.

DETAILS

DATES:     Tuesdays [beginning Feb 12]

TIME:     7-8:30pm [7-7:30 Fellowship, 7:30-8:30 Step + Principles Study]

ROOM:    M3 [in the South Hallway across from the Shed]

COST:     There is no fee.  Life Recovery Bibles will be provided as available.

Questions?     Email communitylife@marshill.org or call us at 616.249.3337.

 

[Open] AA Meeting

An “open” meeting means that anyone may attend this meeting, including friends and loved ones of recovering alcoholics.

DETAILS

DATES:     Wednesdays 

TIME:     7-8pm

ROOM:    M3 [in the South Hallway across from the Shed]

COST:     There is no fee.

Questions?     Email communitylife@marshill.org or call us at 616.249.3337.

 

[Closed] AA Big Book Meeting

Helping alcoholics achieve sobriety. A “closed” meeting means that only recovering alcoholics may attend this meeting.

DETAILS

DATES:     Thursdays 

TIME:     8-9pm

ROOM:     M3 [in the South Hallway across from the Shed]

COST:     There is no fee.

Questions?     Email communitylife@marshill.org or call us at 616.249.3337