Connecting the SA Fellowship Worldwide via the Internet
Beginning November 29th, 12:00 PM UTC*
through November 30th, 12:00 PM UTC*
*Click HERE to convert UTC to your local time
Begins on 29th November 2018 at 12:00 PM UTC
Ends on 30th November 2018 at 12:00 PM UTC
To carry the message to the still suffering lust addict by the appropriate use of information technology.
Around the World in 24 Hours
A Participant Group is a physical venue where SA members get together in order to participate in SIM, as a group, rather than as isolated individuals.
This is an opportunity to host an SA Recovery Day for your local fellowship with content provided by SIM. Participant Groups hosts are free to create a local schedule for their members, which might involve much more – meetings, sharing, meals, recreation, fellowship, entertainment, etc.
Participate in SIM
1. Register (SA Members only)
2. Download a flyer to take to your local SA meeting
3. Talk with other members in your area about hosting a SIM Participant Group
4. Join our WhatsApp SIM 2018 Group
5. Print and pass around this email sign up sheet at your local meeting. Return the list to us at the email link below.
6. Questions? Email us.
The SA Internet Marathon (SIM) began in 2017 as “Geek Camp”. We were a group of SA members desiring to use technology to reach sexaholics worldwide to provide community and fellowship. Some of us had IT knowledge and many of us were challenged to learn new methods of communicating. What resulted was a beautiful 24-hours of Worldwide Unity!
Geek Camp 2017
On 23rd-24th August 2017, SA members from all over the world connected together via the Internet for a whole day and carried the SA message to the still suffering sexaholic.
Channel A – a continuous series of one hour panels, where sober SA members shared their experience, strength and hope about carrying the SA message. Each panel was hosted by a different SA service body, such as a Region, Intergroup or international committee. All sessions were streamed live onto this website, where they were viewed by the 600 members who had registered for the Camp and been issued with the password.
Channel B – workshops, fellowship and entertainment. SA members who had registered for the Camp were given a confidential hyperlink which allowed them to enter the Channel B room. SA members from around the world then shared fellowship together and entertained each other. There was much fun and laughter.