Oak Harbor Tuesday Night AA Has 48 Years
Tuesday September 10, 2019 – Doors open at 6:30 pm, dessert and fruit bar at 7:00 pm, lead speaker at 8:00 pm.
Oak Harbor United Methodist Church
360 Ottawa St,
Oak Harbor, OH 43449
You are invited to join the Oak Harbor Tuesday Night AA group celebrate another year of helping and keeping the next sick and suffering Alcoholic find serenity through working the Twelve Steps of A.A. We will have a dessert and fruit bar, anniversary cake and beverages provided. Please bring a dessert to share if you can. So join us for food, fellowship, and fun. We will also have door prizes! Family and friends are welcome.
Alone No More
Alcoholism was a lonely business, even though we were surrounded by people who loved us. But when our self-will had driven everybody away and our isolation became complete, we commenced to play the big shot in cheap barrooms. Failing even this, we had to fare forth alone on the street to depend upon the charity of passers-by.
We were trying to find emotional security either by dominating or by being dependent upon others. Even when our fortunes had not totally ebbed, we nevertheless found ourselves alone in the world. We still vainly tried to be secure by some unhealthy sort of domination or dependence. For those of us who were like that, A.A. has a very special meaning. In this Fellowship we begin to learn right relations with people who understand us; we don’t have to be alone any more.