Recovery Groups

aa logoFor many years FLC has made a committment to the Wyoma Square neighborhood to provide a safe, welcoming space to meet for those in recovery from substance abuse through AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and NA (Narcotics Anonymous). There are currently five groups who meet weekly in Luther Hall in the lower level of the building. We understand these groups to be sharing in the healing ministry of Jesus, who rejected no one, loved everyone, and restored the sick to health and community.


Women's NA Meeting: 7-8 PM
Format: Closed 12-Step


"Starting Over" AA Meeting: 6:30 PM
Format: Open Discussion


"Back to Basics" AA Meeting (including former St. Alban's group): 6:15-7:15 PM
Format: Closed (A.A. members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and “have a desire to stop drinking.”) 12-Step Meeting


"Wyoma Beginners" AA Meeting: 7:00 PM
Format: Open Discussion


AA Meeting (including former St. Mary's group): 10:00 AM
Format: Open Speaker 

"Fifth Step"

Pr. Jon is available to guide anyone through the fifth step of recovery in AA, "admitting to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs." This takes the form of a confidential conversation similiar to sacramental confession which is held in the strictest confidence, and if desired, can conclude with absolution and prayer. Please contact Pr. Jon directly if you desire this.