The Serenity Prayer

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference. 


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Minnesota Area Gam-Anon

Meeting Schedule

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    • SUNDAY
    • MONDAY
    • 7:30pm - Peace Reformed Church - 2180 Glory Dr. - Eagan
    • 7:00pm - Trinity Lutheran Church - 530 4th St. NW - Faribault
    • 7:00pm - St. Philip's Lutheran Church - 6180 Highway 65 NE - Fridley
    • 7:30pm - The Recovery Church - 253 State St. - St. Paul
    • 7:30pm - Advent Lutheran Church - 540 E. River Rd. - Anoka
    • 7:00pm - Wooddale Church-Hwy. 212 & Shady Oak Rd. - Eden Prairie
    • FRIDAY
    • 7:30pm - River Hills United Methodist Church - 11100 River Hills Dr. - Burnsville
    • 7:00pm - Recovery Plus Community/Recreation Building, 717 Anderson Avenue, St. Cloud MN
    • FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH-7:30pm  - JOINT GA/Gam-Anon Open Speaker Meeting - St. Albans Episcopal - 6716 Gleason Rd - Edina
    • 10:00am - Old Langdon School 8839 S. 96th St. - Cottage Grove
    • 10:00am - Serenity Village Church - 4100 Douglas Dr N - Crystal    

Gam-Anon meetings are closed unless otherwise stated.

A closed meeting in Gam-Anon is for those individuals who identify themselves as a person who has been affected by someone with a gambling problem. A closed meeting provides a freedom that is necessary for more personal and intimate sharing by its members. It does so by providing an atmosphere in which they can feel more certain that those attending will be able to identify with them, and share their own experience, strength, and hope.


Open meeting events.

An open meeting is a meeting that may be attended by anyone (e.g., the gambler, professionals, and family members) interested in how we have found recovery. Most Gam-Anon meetings are not open.  Verbal participation may be limited to members only. An open meeting allows people from outside of the fellowship to observe what Gam-Anon is and how it functions. This can be very helpful to those individuals who are striving to reach a decision regarding their personal status as a member. An open meeting is one method our groups use to achieve their primary purpose of carrying the message to the person who has been affected by the gambling problem. Some groups also have open meetings as a way of allowing non-qualifying people to celebrate recovery anniversaries with them.