Tuesday NA Recovery Meetings In Central Ohio

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A printable schedule can be found here: https://nacentralohio.org/pdf-of-all-central-oh-meetings/

Coronavirus Statement: Due to the changing circumstances around COVID-19, some NA meetings are in person, and some remain virtual. We are keeping the website as up to date and accurate as possible, but circumstances change frequently. Check back regularly for the latest information. We provide information about in-person meetings and our Area Office hours of operation as a convenience; however, the Central Ohio Area Service Committee of NA cannot verify the measures taken by individual groups or the Area Office as to how they address the pandemic and various national, state, local, or facility mandates.

Trusted servants should email coascna@gmail.com with any meeting updates.

Various times daily LOCAL VIRTUAL NA: https://nacentralohio.org/virtual-meetings/
Our Quick Guide to all locally hosted virtual meetings
Various times daily WORLDWIDE VIRTUAL NA: https://virtual-na.org/
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9:00am – 10:00am Good Morning Group
Trinity United Church
1180 Shanley Dr. Columbus, OH 43224 (North)
12:00pm – 1:30pm  Serenity Group
Just for Today Club1008 E Livingston Ave, Columbus, OH 43203 (Near East)Open, Literature
6:00pm – 7:15pm Unity Through Service Group

Just for Today Club,1008 E Livingston Ave, Columbus, OH 43203 (Near East)

Closed, Literature study: A Guide to Local Service / 12 Traditions / 12 Concepts


6:30pm – 7:30pm Out in Recovery Group

Indianola Presbyterian Church

1970 Waldeck Ave, Columbus, OH 43201 (OSU Campus Area)

Go to church office entrance on Waldeck and look for signs; meeting room changes frequently 

Open, Rotating, Gay/Lesbian

6:30pm – 7:30pm Rush Hour to Recovery 
Collision Church
1416 Jackson St, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 (East)
Open, Discussion
7:00pm – 8:30pm Hope is Found Here
Shiloh Baptist Church
720 Mt Vernon Ave, Columbus, OH 43204 (King-Lincoln Bronzeville)
Entrance is in rear of building
Open, Speaker, Discussion
8:00pm – 9:00pm  Newer Beginnings
Hoge Memorial Presbyterian Church
2930 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43204 (West)
Open, Discussion
8:00pm – 9:00pm Grateful Not Deadheads
St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
333 S Drexel Ave, Bexley, OH 43209 (East)
Closed meeting, addicts only.

First Tuesday of the month text study of step coinciding with that month. Signing slips again.
8:00pm – 9:00pm South Side Text Discussion Group

United Methodist Church
119 E Gates St, Columbus, OH 43207 (Merion Village)
(Corner of E Gates St & S Fourth St)
Enter From the Wheelchair Ramp on Gates

Fellowship at 7:45; fellowship after meeting until 10pm
Open, Discussion, Literature, Children Welcome

10:00pm – 11:00pm Better Late Than Never Group
Lower Lights Community Church
1066 Bellows Ave, Columbus, OH 43223 (Franklinton / Near West)
In Basement
Open, Rotating

Meeting Definitions
Adults only: Children are not allowed at this meeting, adults only
Babysitting: Babysitting available at the meeting
Basket: Draw a topic from a basket and shares on that topic
Candle: Candlelight meeting
Chairperson: Chairperson’s choice meeting
Children welcome: Children are welcome to attend this meeting
Closed: Meeting for addicts only or those who feel they may have a problem with drugs
Discussion: Topics are brought up and discussed
Gay/lesbian: Gay/lesbian common needs meeting
Literature: NA literature is read and discussed
Meditation: Practice meditation during the meeting
Men: Men’s common needs meeting
Needs support: Meeting needs support from members with experience
Open: Meeting open to the general public
Participation: Each addict discusses a topic of his/her choice
Rotating: Format of the meeting rotates
Speaker: A recovering addict shares his/her experience
Step: Discussion of steps or traditions
Women: Women’s common needs meeting
Writing: Write on topics and share what was written
Young Persons: Young persons’ common needs meeting