The Salvation Army of East Liverpool Adult Ministries' purpose is to encourage, equip and empower its adults to engage in loving acts of service that will transform lives, corps and communities. We will accomplish this through educational institutes, motivational dialogue and interaction, the provision of effective resources and personal example.
9:45 am | Sunday School
11:00 am | Holiness Meeting
1:00 pm | Bible Study
7:30 pm | Al-Anon
Aglow (3rd Tuesday of the month)
6:00 pm | Home League (women's group)
A group for all women ages 16 and up who meet for fellowship, worship, service, and education. All are welcome to join!
6:00 pm | Men's Meeting
7:30pm | Steps to Recovery
A recovery program which offers support in breaking addictions
The Salvation Army of East Liverpool provides Bible studies for men and women in all of life's stages. Whether you're shopping for Sunday School, a small group, or for personal growth, and whether your preference is to study by topic or verse-by-verse, you will find a variety of new and popular resources to help you grow spiritually and meet life's many challenges.
Ladies Home League
The ideal basic unit of society is the home and family, where women play a vital and definitive role. Furthermore, as natural providers of hope, women play an important part in shaping society. Therefore any fellowship of women in which Christian influence is exerted and practical help given benefits not only the individual and the family, but also the nation. Women’s Ministries provide a programme of meetings and other activities based on the fourfold aim of the Army’s international women’s organisation, the Home League, which was inaugurated in 1907. The aims are worship, education, fellowship and service.
The mission of Women’s Ministries is to:
bring women into a knowledge of Jesus Christ
encourage their full potential in influencing family, friends and community
equip them for growth in personal understanding and life skills
address issues which affect women and their families in the world
Healthy Lifestyles Club
People have different ways of describing a healthy lifestyle. But for most, it means living life in a way that helps the person to be both physically and emotionally healthy. Many things go into creating a healthy lifestyle, including: Positive Relationships, Appropriate Exercise & Proper Nutrition.
Wellness involves both choice and action. The choices you make each day, and the actions you take on those choices, can lead to a healthier lifestyle. Making positive choices in the areas of physical fitness, stress, work, relationships, medication, and nutrition - and then acting on those choices - promotes a sense of accomplishment and well-being.
Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
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