Central Oregon Al-Anon Meetings

Meetings are for anyone whose life is or has been affected by alcoholism in a relative or friend. We meet to share our experience, strength and hope in order to solve our common problems.

Note: (O) Open and (C) Closed meetings are defined below.

Sunday______

7:30a – 9:00a
Sunday Surrender AFG Men’s Group – (now an OPEN meeting) (O)
Eastmont Church
Administration Building
62425 Eagle Rd, Bend
(Upper parking lot building)

5:30p – 6:30p
Bend Sunday Evening AFG (O)
First United Methodist Church
680 NW Bond, Bend
(Enter from Kansas Street)
Literature study

Monday______

12:00p (noon)
Sisters AFG (O)
Lutheran Church
386 N Fir, Sisters

12:00p (noon)
Serenity Seekers of Prineville AFG (O)
Rebels Roost
396 NE 2nd, Prineville

5:00p – 5:30p
Happy OUR AFG – Beginners Meeting (O)
First Presbyterian Church
230 NE 9th, Bend
(Driveway 1 block North of main lot. Use lower entrance.)
30 minute Beginners Meeting – before regular meeting below

5:30p – 6:30p
Happy OUR AFG (O)
First Presbyterian Church
230 NE 9th, Bend
(Driveway 1 block North of main lot. Use lower entrance.)
Book Study

5:30p – 6:30p
Alateen – Redmond (C)
Suspended for the summer.

7:00p – 8:30p
Women’s Writing & Discussion Group (O)
Newport Ave Church of Christ
554 NW Newport Ave, Bend

7:00p – 8:30p
Central Oregon AFG – Redmond (O)
Church of God, Seventh Day
205 NW 4th St, Redmond
(Main Church room)

Tuesday______

6:00p – 7:00p
Living in the Solution (O)
St. Francis Catholic School
2450 NE 27th Street, Bend
(Enter from East side of building. Entrance is to the right of the church entrance.)

Wednesday______

12:00p – 1:30p
Wednesday Noon AFG (O)
First United Methodist Church
680 NW Bond, Bend
(Enter from Kansas Street)

5:00p
New Beginnings AFG (C)
Foursquare Church
74 S Alvord Avenue, Burns

6:00p
Sisters Wednesday AFG (O)
Episcopal Church Of The Transfiguration
68825 Brooks Camp Rd., Sisters

Thursday______

9:00a
Prineville AFG (O)
Rebels Roost
396 NE 2nd St, Prineville

5:30p – 6:30p
Discovering Choices (O)
Nativity Lutheran Church
60850 Brosterhous Rd, Bend
Book Study – How Al-Anon Works

5:30p – 6:30p
Central Oregon AFG (O)
Church of God, Seventh Day
205 NW 4th St, Redmond
(Main Church room)
Step Study

7:00p
Prineville AFG (O)
Rebels Roost
396 NE 2nd St, Prineville

Friday______

12:00p – 1:00p
Brown Baggers AFG (O)
First United Methodist Church
680 NW Bond, Bend
(Enter from Kansas Street)
Step Study

Saturday______

12:00p – 1:00p
La Pine AFG (O)
Huntington Hut
52379 Huntington Road, Suite B, La Pine

5:00p
Culver AFG (O)
Culver Christian Church
501 W. 4th Avenue, Culver

Open (O) and Closed (C) Meetings Defined
All Al-Anon Family Group meetings welcome anyone who believes that their life has been affected by someone else’s drinking, either today or in the past. An Al-Anon meeting may choose to be “open” or “closed” by the consent of its participants. +

“Closed” Al-Anon group meetings are limited to members and prospective members, giving them the freedom to share and listen to the experience, strength, and hope of one another on a confidential and anonymous basis.

“Open” Al-Anon meetings allow attendance by people who are not families and friends of alcoholics but who are interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups. People who may come to open Al-Anon meetings occasionally include students and professionals who work with alcoholics and their families.

All Alateen meetings are closed, open only to Alateen members and the Area-certified Al-Anon Members Involved in Alateen Service (AMIAS) who are serving as the Alateen Group Sponsors.

Families with Related Problems
Many individuals come to Al-Anon seeking help. If these individuals determine they have not been affected by a problem drinker, they may be informed of our Third Tradition, which states in part, “the only requirement for membership is that there be a problem of alcoholism in a relative or friend.” They may also be informed of other sources of help.

+Reprinted with permission of Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc