July 20 - Sept. 28, 2014

The Bible and religion seem to give Christians -- and everybody else in our culture -- lots of rules to follow, and no hope that we can ever follow those rules; the only way to survive this life or the next is to pray the right prayer or join the right group or just hope for the best in the bad/good columns. But what if that's not what following Jesus is about -- and what if following Jesus is actually a way to get OUT of the message of perfectionism, not just from religion but from American culture overall? Let's try some things together and see.

graphic of text reading "perfectionists anonymous seen through broken glassPerfectionists Anonymous is a fellowship of women and men who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem ands help others to recover from perfectionism and embrace imperfectionism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to let go of perfectionism. Our primary purpose is to stay free and hep other perfectionists to achieve the freedom of imperfectionism.

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Welcome to the Journey Imperfect Faith Community meeting of Perfectionists Anonymous. Our meetings are for persons who have a desire to stop their perfectionism. If you think you have a problem with perfectionism, over functioning, self-judgment, judgment of others, shame, or control, and you have a desire to find freedom, you are welcome to attend this meeting.


Hi, I'm ______ and I'm a Perfectionist

Martha, Martha, Martha the Dragonslayer

Don’t Tell Me 'Cuz I Already Know

I Know I Have to Go

Do It Right or Not at All

Grace Makes Me Nervous

By What They Are Not

I Fought the Law and the Law Won

Know Thyself

The Blind See