Category Archives: Meetings

New Time, Place for Antioch Meeting

There have been changes for LifeRing’s Antioch, California, meeting. The meeting day has moved to Monday from Friday and the place has changed as well: the Kaiser CDRP at Plaza Lynda, 2213 Buchanan Road, Antioch, CA 94509, room 120. The change has been made on our on-line meeting list at .

Two New LifeRing Meetings in Denver Area

Two more meetings have been added to LifeRing’s presence in the Greater Denver, Colorado, area.

On Tuesdays, at 6:30 p.m., Lisa R. will convene a meeting at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral, room 202, at 1350 Washington St. in Denver. The contact phone number for the meeting is 303-586-1325 and information can also be found by sending an email to

The second meeting will be in Aurora, just east of Denver, on Fridays at 6:00 p.m., two convenors will oversee the new group: Nancy S. and Mary Lee P. That meeting will be in the Fletcher Room at the Aurora Municipal Building, 15151 E. Alameda, in Aurora.

New LifeRing Meeting in Bellingham, WA

A  fourth meeting has been added to the growing LifeRing presence in Bellingham, WA. Max W., who has been at the forefront of LifeRing’s growth in that area, reports the new meeting gathers every Wednesday at 2 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Hospital (south campus), 809 Chestnut St. in Bellingham in the small dining room on the ground floor. For more information, email Max at

Meeting Change in Antioch, CA

The Friday night meeting in Antioch, CA, is now a Monday Noon Meeting… And they’ve moved. New address: Plaza Lynda, 2213 Buchanan Road, Antioch, CA 94509, room 120. New place; new day; new time! Mark your calendars!

Two New Convenors Show how to Publicize LifeRing

Two of LifeRing’s newest convenors are proving very adept at using both old and new media in efforts to publicize their meetings.

John in Albany, OR, used his local newspaper to gain a plug for his two meetings there. The local Democrat-Herald posted a note in it’s “Your Community” on-line edition telling about the meetings, with time and place and John’s phone number for more information. The paper managed to shorten our name to LifeRing Secular, but we’ll forgive them that. See the item here. An item like that may seem like a small thing, but community newspapers — and their websites — are often very well read.

And Troy S. in Modesto, CA, has prepared a website to give information about his new meeting, which attracted 16 people at the first get-together on Jan. 7th. Visit Troy’s website here.

LifeRing meetings are, of course, autonomous and convenors are encouraged to explore these types of publicity efforts.  We want to get the word out!