Safe Harbor is a Christian Twelve Step support group that provides a way out from our addiction to alcohol and drugs. It is our goal at Safe Harbor to promote personal growth and spiritual enrichment for individuals who are seeking recovery from alcohol and drugs.
Safe Harbor Support Meeting
EVERY Monday 6:00-7:00pm Location: Harbor Church
If you struggle with drug, alcohol or any other addiction currently, or you have in the past, please join us for a Christian-based 12 step program. Childcare is provided. There is always a way out!
Safe Harbor Step Study
Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00pm Location: Harbor Church
Join us as we take a closer look at each Step identified in “The 12 Steps For Christians” and “The Life Recovery Bible.” The 12 steps represent a spiritual discipline that can provide a way out of destructive behavior and an opportunity to improve our relationship with our Higher Power, Jesus Christ.
Email Greg Dunn: [email protected]
Finding our way…
Addiction separates us from God, and in the early part of recovery it is sometimes hard to believe in God. But the spiritual journey of the Twelve Steps gives us a new freedom and brings us back into the arms of a loving Savior. Many of the principles and traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are used as part of the basis of our group.
Life at its best!
Our desire is to improve the quality of our lives as we apply what we learn from listening to and sharing with each other. Our hope here at Safe Harbor, is in the belief that we can succeed today in situations where we failed previously. As we place ourselves in the care of our Higher Power, Jesus Christ, our attitudes improve as we honestly, openly and willingly look at who we are and engage in healthier behaviors. By working the twelve steps, we gain the help, comfort and courage to look at the past. We believe that living “One day at a time” is Christian living at its best.
“Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.”