Steps 1, 2, 3 Workshop Resources

Start the Steps, we recover together… The first three Steps will be introduced by having volunteer members share how they have worked and continue to work these Steps, and then participants will meet in smaller groups to form fellowship connections, share, and discuss the selected prompts from the MA 12 Step Workbook.

We believe in the importance of working all 12 Steps with the guidance of a Sponsor, a fellow sober addict who has some experience in recovery, and can help you one-on-one in this process. 


How to Participate

There is no need to pre-register for these workshops, join us on Zoom! 

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This Steps 1, 2, and 3 workshop series will meet on the 2nd Saturdays in January, February, and March.

January 13thStep One
February 10thStep Two
March 9thStep Three

We will meet at the same time for each session. In order to not miss anything, we ask that you arrive 5-10 minutes early, we will start on time. 

9-10:30 am Pacific Time / 12-1:30 pm Eastern Time / 4-5:30 pm UTC

Breakout Room Discussion Prompts

These questions have been selected from the MA 12 Step Workbook and will be discussed in smaller groups with the help of a breakout room facilitator to lead the group.

Step 1 – Week One

We admitted we were powerless over marijuana, that our lives had become unmanageable. 

  • What were my feelings over time as I continued to use?
  • How have I been living “the fantasy of functionality”?
  • Am I ready to admit that I am powerless over marijuana and that my life has become unmanageable? Explain.

Step 2 – Week Two

Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. 

  • Give some examples of repeating the same behaviors over and over again but expecting different results.
  • What is my concept of a Power greater than myself?
  • Has a lack of open-mindedness contributed to my reaching a bottom? Explain

Step 3 – Week Three

Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God, as we understood God. 

  • What does willingness mean to me?
  • Do I try to control people, places, and things? Explain
  • What does turning my will and my life over to the care of a Higher Power mean to me?

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