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Our commitment to recovery ministry is a reflection of the Episcopal Church’s commitment to recovery. “The goal of Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church is to renew and revitalize the Church’s capability to recognize and address the serious social ills surrounding the pathological use of alcohol, drugs and other addictive behaviors (gambling, overeating, sex, etc.) and suggest an appropriate Christian response” (http://www.episcopalrecovery.org).
 
Saint Francis Church is recognized for their long commitment to Recovery Ministry in the Fair Oaks community. People in recovery who attend AA meetings at Saint Francis Church are a constituent part of our common life, and have been for the breadth of its history. 
 
Grounds for Recovery
 

Saint Francis Church is a growing center for many community related activities, gatherings, and functions, reflectant of the mission and vision of Saint Francis Church. This faith campus has become a very important place for many people committed to recovery in their lives.  One AA member, attending regular meetings at Saint Francis, shared that “providing this opportunity for people that come to our meetings -in such a broken state- to be received in this church setting is so important.”

 

Schedule of AA Meetings
Held in Saint Francis Church’s Parish Hall 

Day of Week
 
Sunday
 
 
Monday
 
 
Tuesday
 
 
Wednesday
 
 
 
Thursday
 
 
Friday
 
 
Saturday
 
 
Time
 
7:00pm
7:00pm
 
6:30am
7:00pm
 
6:30am
7:00pm
 
6:30am
8:00am
7:00pm
 
6:30am
7:00pm
 
6:30am
7:00pm
 
7:30am
7:00pm
Group Name
 
Sixty Minute Solution Group
Gamblers Anonymous Group
 
Daily Attitude Adjustment Group
New Hope Group
 
Daily Attitude Adjustment Group
New Hope Group
 
Daily Adjustment Group
Women for Women Group
White Flag Men’s Group
 
Daily Attitude Adjustment Group
New Hope Group
 
Daily Attitude Adjustment Group
New Hope Group
 
Daily Attitude Adjustment Group
New Hope Group
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