4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Starting March 3rd
Have you ever felt uncomfortable in a traditional recovery meeting because you have a non-traditional approach to higher power?
Does the Christian message that Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous delivers make you feel uncomfortable, unwelcome or kept you from attending recovery meetings?
Do you identify as Pagan, Lucifarian, Satanic, Wiccan, Neo Pagan, Asatru, Thelemic, Setian or other non-traditional practitioner, and wish to gather together in recovery with others that will support your views on higher power?
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, know there is a new meeting in the Twin Cities where you will feel welcome. With a mindfulness approach to recovery, we welcome alcoholics, addicts, codependents and anyone struggling with addictive behavior.
We are LGBTQ supportive and accepting. Join us from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM every Wednesday at Magus Books and Herbs, 1848 Central Ave NE in Minneapolis for a meeting that will support your recovery and your religion.
Due to Covid restrictions, attendees will be required to wear masks while inside the building and be seated 6 feet apart on a first come, first serve basis. Max occupancy is 10 persons.