Monday 7:30 PM meeting has found a temporary home in Ballard at:
Trinity United Methodist Church
6512 23rd Ave NW
Seattle WA 98117
Front door will be locked, however a phone number will be posted on the door. Call the number and a member will let you in.
Wednesday 7:30 PM meeting has found a temporary home in Ballard at:
Our Redeemer's Lutheran Church
2400 NW 85th St
The meeting will be held in the library.
Saturday Morning SAA 10:00 AM, normally held at St P...
Due to the extensive fire damage at St Paul's UCC in Ballard, the Quarterly Potluck & Speakers Meeting for April 16 has been cancelled. The next Speakers Meeting will be held on July 16.
Due to extensive fire damage, St Paul's UCC in Ballard, home to many of our S-Recovery meetings, will be unavailable until further notice.
If you are aware of any meetings that have found a temporary new location (refer to the suggestions in the enclosed message below), please include pugetsoundsaa.org in the communications.
The following is an email from Rev. Tim Devine, pastor at St Paul's in Ballard:
Dear Recovery Group Contacts,
St. Paul’s United Church of Christ had a fire last ni...
"Dreams Restored" is a closed, women's only meeting on Sundays at 6 PM, located at the SASG House in Capitol Hill, Seattle WA. 115 15th Ave E. Suite 201 Rm 3.
SASG House, located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, will be moving to a new location. Starting in January 5 2016, will be 115 15th Ave E. Suite 201, Seattle WA.
Third Saturday every quarter
Puget Sound SAA Intergroup has a new meeting schedule. The Intergroup normally meets on the 3rd Saturday, 4 times a year (January, April, July and October) at 4:30 PM before the SAA & COSA Speakers Meeting at 7 P.M (potluck at 5:30). Location: St. Paul's UCC Church, 6512 12th Ave NW at NW 65th St, Seattle, in the library. This replaces Wednesday meetings at St. Paul's. All SAA members are welcome.
Join via teleconference: NEW call-in number: 1-712-832-8300, pas...
Noon at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Downtown Seattle, by the Waterfront.
Come join us for fellowship and lunch. This is a standing lunch gathering which happens on the first Wednesday of every month.
The Seventh Tradition ensures that every SAA group takes full responsibility for its own needs and expenses. As addicts, we were often all too ready to shirk responsibility and allow others to take care of us, clean up our messes, and attend to the necessities of life. In the program we learn instead to be accountable for ourselves and our recovery.
Sex Addicts Anonymous, page 87
Donations will only be accepted from SAA members or meetings. If you are not a member, do not donate.
How to don...
Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may overcome their sexual addiction and help others recover from sexual addiction and dependency.
"Before coming to Sex Addicts Anonymous, many of us never knew that our problem had a name. All we knew was that we couldn't control our sexual behavior. For us, sex was a consuming way of life. Although the details of our stories were different, our problem was the s...