Addiction Support Groups

It is extremely important for everyone to have a community and support system. Bethel provides space for several addiction support groups. If you need this kind of support, we invite you to attend the meetings hosted at Bethel.

Bethel Fellowship Hall

Every Tuesday @ 6:30pm

Every Thursday @ 6:30pm

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship requiring no membership dues or fees, dedicated to helping alcoholics peer to peer in sobriety through its spiritually inclined Twelve Steps program. Structurally guided by its Twelve Traditions, AA is non-professional, non-denominational, self-supporting and apolitical, an avowed desire to stop drinking is its sole requirement for membership. AA has not endorsed the disease model of alcoholism, to which its program is nonetheless sympathetic, but its wider acceptance is partly due to many AA members independently promulgating it. As of 2020, having spread to diverse cultures, including geopolitical areas normally resistant to grassroots movements, AA has had an estimated worldwide membership of over two million with 75% of those in the U.S. and Canada.

Bethel Fellowship Hall

Every Monday @ 7:00pm

Narcotics Anonymous is a global, community-based organization with a multilingual and multicultural membership. NA was founded in 1953, and members hold nearly 76,000 meetings weekly in 143 countries today.
The basic purpose of their world services are communication, coordination, information, and guidance. They provide these services so that their groups and members can more successfully carry the message of recovery, and so that their program of recovery can be made more available to addicts everywhere.