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New Year’s Eve Sober Disco Party

New Year's Eve Sober Disco Party

Sober New Year’s Eve Disco Party

New Year’s Eve – Sunday, December 31, 2023 – Doors open at 6:30 pm, dinner at 7:00 pm – lead speaker 8:00 pm…9:00 pm dance until 2024!

Epworth United Methodist Church
4855 Central Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43615

There will be fun, fellowship, food and dancing. We will have a costume contest, sobriety countdown, and Disco music provided by DJ Charlie B. Stick around until midnight to bring in the New Year with a toast of your favorite non-alcoholic tipple! Bring a side dish or a dessert if you wish, they will be appreciated. Pop and water will be for sale.

A  $10.00 donation per person is suggested…a lot less than those “boozy” New Year’s Eve’s in the past.  So grab your partner, or come stag if you wish, a good time will be had by one and all, and you won’t have to call a cab or get a DUI on the way home! See you there! Fundraiser for the Ohio Roundup – An annual LGBTQ AA conference

Map Directions:

Toward Honesty

The perverse wish to hide a bad motive underneath a good one permeates human affairs from top to bottom. This subtle and elusive kind of self-righteousness can underlie the smallest act or thought. Learning daily to spot, admit, and correct these flaws is the essence of character-building and good living.

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The deception of others is nearly always rooted in the deception of ourselves.

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Somehow, being alone with God doesn’t seem as embarrassing as facing up to another person. Until we actually sit down and talk aloud about what we have so long hidden, our willingness to clean house is still largely theoretical. When we are honest with another person, it confirms that we have been honest with ourselves and with God.

1. Twelve and Twelve (#ad), pages 94-95
2. Grapevine, August 1961

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