Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church’s mission is to serve all those affected by addiction who have lost their health and freedom. Our ministry seeks to:
Help the addicted and those who love them connect with spiritual resources and find lasting recovery.
Witness to Christ’s unfailing mercy by welcoming unchurched members of Alcoholics Anonymous and other recovery programs into an Episcopal faith community.
Raise the awareness of clergy and other leaders about the disease of addiction and the redemption and grace found in recovery.
Strengthen recovering Episcopalians in the work of their recovery and help proclaim the Gospel in the world and carry their recovery into the Church.
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
- Al anon
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Codependents Anonymous
- Gamblers Anonymous
- Adult Children of Alcoholics
- Overeaters Anonymous
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church
- Serenity Lane
- Hazelden Betty Ford
- Lines for Life
- Operation Prevention
- Biblical Helps for the Twelve Steps
media.cloversites.com/56/ 56f666e3-14a5-4f7f-ba27- fe4d1fe876e3/documents/ Biblical_Help_for_the_12_ Steps.pdf
- Faces and Voices of Recovery
facesandvoicesofrecovery.org/ resources/mutual-aid- resources/