Feb
8
Sat
H&I Subcommittee Meeting @ St Paul's Church
Feb 8 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

H&I is responsible for bringing NA meetings to Jails, Hospitals, and other facilities where people normally can’t get out to a meeting.

Please attend our monthly meeting to find out how you can get involved.

Feb
9
Sun
CONVENTION committee will not meet in Feb. @ First Church of the Nazarene
Feb 9 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Convention Committee Monthly meeting.  This committee plans the yearly Spiritually High In The Land Of The Sky Convention.

Feb
13
Thu
Activities Subcommittee @ Starbucks
Feb 13 @ 6:00 pm
Feb
15
Sat
AREA – @ Kenilworth Presbyterian Church - meeting Hall
Feb 15 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

“Workhorse” of the service structure—maybe that’s the best way to describe the area service committee. Most of the hands-on work of delivering NA services to the groups and the community occurs at the AREA  level.

Area service committees are ultimately responsible to the groups they serve. Narcotics Anonymous groups send group service representatives (GSRs) to serve on the area committee. While still maintaining final responsibility and authority for area services, they invest enough delegated authority in their GSRs—and through them, in the area committee—for the necessary work to get done. NA groups also send money to the area committee, money needed to coordinate panels, maintain our hotline, and conduct public information activities. Through their contributions of money and manpower, the groups exercise both their responsibility and their authority for NA services. How does the area service committee relate in turn to NA’s regional and world services? In much the same way as the group relates to the area committee: through carefully selected representatives who are delegated the authority necessary for effective service. Group service representatives provide a “grassroots” perspective to the area decision-making process, helping ensure that the committee’s feet are planted firmly on the ground. Administrative officers and subcommittee chairpersons also bear substantial responsibility for the fulfillment of area services. Their ongoing growth and experience in carrying out their duties is an invaluable resource to the area as it develops and expresses its group conscience.

Policy @ BILTMORE Starbucks
Feb 15 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Policy meets immediately before  AREA meeting.

Mar
8
Sun
CONVENTION committee Meeting @ First Church of the Nazarene
Mar 8 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Convention Committee Monthly meeting.  This committee plans the yearly Spiritually High In The Land Of The Sky Convention.

Mar
12
Thu
Activities Subcommittee @ Starbucks
Mar 12 @ 6:00 pm
Mar
14
Sat
H&I Subcommittee Meeting @ St Paul's Church
Mar 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

H&I is responsible for bringing NA meetings to Jails, Hospitals, and other facilities where people normally can’t get out to a meeting.

Please attend our monthly meeting to find out how you can get involved.

Mar
21
Sat
AREA – @ Kenilworth Presbyterian Church - meeting Hall
Mar 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

“Workhorse” of the service structure—maybe that’s the best way to describe the area service committee. Most of the hands-on work of delivering NA services to the groups and the community occurs at the AREA  level.

Area service committees are ultimately responsible to the groups they serve. Narcotics Anonymous groups send group service representatives (GSRs) to serve on the area committee. While still maintaining final responsibility and authority for area services, they invest enough delegated authority in their GSRs—and through them, in the area committee—for the necessary work to get done. NA groups also send money to the area committee, money needed to coordinate panels, maintain our hotline, and conduct public information activities. Through their contributions of money and manpower, the groups exercise both their responsibility and their authority for NA services. How does the area service committee relate in turn to NA’s regional and world services? In much the same way as the group relates to the area committee: through carefully selected representatives who are delegated the authority necessary for effective service. Group service representatives provide a “grassroots” perspective to the area decision-making process, helping ensure that the committee’s feet are planted firmly on the ground. Administrative officers and subcommittee chairpersons also bear substantial responsibility for the fulfillment of area services. Their ongoing growth and experience in carrying out their duties is an invaluable resource to the area as it develops and expresses its group conscience.

Policy @ BILTMORE Starbucks
Mar 21 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Policy meets immediately before  AREA meeting.