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The Fellowship of the Spirit Conference has its roots in a small community of recovered Alcoholics and Al-Anons who live along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. In 1992, through informal discussions and gatherings, a community took shape around a vision of carrying the basic message of Alcoholics Anonymous to families and individuals affected by the disease of alcoholism. So began a long journey of becoming more connected with God and with each other. Every year the conference grows .. continue reading larger as more families get involved. We have seen both newcomers and old timers transformed by making personal commitments to the conference and to carrying the basic message. Best of all, every year brings a new team of volunteers together, whose "blood, sweat and tears" make the conference possible. Every year, new personalities and new vision fill the community as we join together with a great sense of alignment and purpose.
Timings09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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Estimated Turnout500 - 1000
DelegatesBased on previous editions
Category & TypeConference
Wellness, Health & Fitness
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02 Aug 2022
YMCA has an information desk with brochures and staff to answer questions and provide you with information about activities in the Colorado Mountains. There are a wide variety of activities for all ages and abilities. There are easy-going activities for the whole family, such as hiking, fishing, swimming, mini golf, horseshoes, nature hikes, softball, game room, library, museum, crafts and more. Most activities are free and there are some that require additional payment. You may need to reserve a time or pre-register for activities, which can be done through YMCA.