A new session of a 15 week workshop through the 12 Steps of OA starts Monday, September 10th at 10 AM at St. Stephen’s Methodist Church, 6800 Sardis Road, Charlotte, NC 28270 in the preschool classroom. Park behind the church. This is the introductory session. Contact Maureen M. (803.493.6870) or Lee M. (704.560.4345) for questions. This is a closed workshop for 4 to 12 participants. No new members may join after the Introduction. Click the link to see the flyer with more information. OA 12 step work shop- Fall Sep 2018
The next session of a 15 week workshop through the 12 Steps of OA starts Saturday, September 8th at 9 AM at St. Philip Neri Church, 292 Mumm Road, Ft. Mill, SC 29715 in room D in the basement. This is the introductory session. Contact Maureen M. (803.493.6870) or Lee M. (704.560.4345) for questions. This is a closed workshop for 4 to 12 participants. No new members may join after the Introduction
Session. Participants commit to attend and fully participate in all sessions. Click the link to see the flyer with more information. OA 12 Step workshop 2 Fall 2018
Flyer The Triangle Intergroup is hosting a lunch and learn on Saturday, July 21st, 2018 from 12:30-2:30 at the Community United Church of Christ, 814 Dixie Trail, Raleigh, NC 27607 Bring your lunch, listen to a guest leader and share your experience strength and hope about how 7th Tradition of Overeater’s Anonymous affects your emotional self support, finances, and service.
On June 20th after the 1030 meeting, meet at Brixx and travel to the intergroup chairs house to help make decorations for the summer social.
Celebrate OA recovery at the Summer Social Workshop on July 14th from 10:30 -12:00 at St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church on 6800 Sardis Rd, Charlotte, NC 28270. There will be an out of town speaker sharing her OA story with us, games and a silent auction to raise money to send a representative to the Reqion 8 Business Conferences. For more information email chair@piedmontintergroup. org.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS 2018 Summer Social . Click for a printable flyer.
I wanted to share how I was affected by all of the beautiful OA speakers at the convention this past weekend. I am so grateful for all of the honesty, hope, and joy they shared! Their strength and courage, gratitude, and recovery made me feel like I could climb any hurdle to my recovery, and they reaffirmed how working the Steps and relying on my HP can lead to miracles unlimited.
The whole weekend was a gift. I will never forget it or our speakers!
The speakers at the NCOA Convention brought a diverse and timely message to me. Hearing their stories and their messages brought hope to me that I too could share in their recovery. I was fortunate to be able to spend time with several of them outside the formal conference setting. It was eye opening. One asked me “tell me about your higher power”. That was a “Wow” moment for me and led to a wonderful discussion.
One of the most rewarding things about the convention was meeting and bonding with new people. Expanding my OA Family is a blessing. Having the opportunity to give service there was very rewarding. OA is made up of an amazing group of people and getting to know more of them was wonderful. Now, how am I going to remember all those names?