Never Alone is a ministry of Xenos Christian Fellowship created to help people struggling with drugs and alcohol discover and experience the hope God offers. Our mission is to help people gain a biblical footing for recovery through Bible study, involvement in Christian community, prayer and building relationships with other Christians. We also strive to help people find long-term success through spiritual growth and through sharing their faith with others.
The devastation of alcoholism and drug abuse is obvious: broken lives, broken families, violence, tragic accidents, incarceration and death.
Many Americans struggle with some form of addiction. The Bible describes it as a spiritual problem: “A man is a slave to whatever has mastered him.” (2 Peter 2:19)
The Bible offers hope through a belief and trust in God ( “So if the Son sets you free, you will indeed be free,” John 8:36) as well as practical solutions.
Friday Evenings - 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Potluck and fellowship from 6:30-7:00 p.m. followed by topical discussion from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Share in an open forum for discussion on substance abuse with a goal for resolution through biblical application. This meeting is held at Xenos Christian Fellowship's Office Complex, located at 1340 Community Park Drive, Columbus, Ohio, 43229 in the Auditorium (upper level).
Download the COCR Schedule to find the meeting times of Never Alone and other recovery groups all around Central Ohio.
Call Bob at (614) 668-3250 or Ron at (614) 905-1122 for more information.
Do I have to be a member of Xenos Christian Fellowship to attend these meetings?
No. It is helpful, however, to be a Christian or to be seeking to learn about Christianity.
Is there any cost to me?
No. We do share in providing food at the Friday night Never Alone meeting.
If I am already in another recovery program, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or Al-Anon, may I still attend meetings?
Absolutely. We encourage our members to participate in other recovery programs.
Can my spouse attend with me?
I'm not sure if I have a serious drinking or drug problem. May I still attend the meetings?