Yes - volunteer-led thing - absolutely: any program, any meeting, grows out of the personalities and practices of the people who are there.
I have an interesting (and I think similar) discussion with my wife about sharing our faith with people. She tends to be more assertive about it; I tend to be more of a listener, speaking in general terms, seeking to understand a person’s perspective and appreciate it. At times my wife’s directness makes me uncomfortable. But then when I reflect I realize there’s nothing automatically that says my approach is better; and anyway my wife isn’t saying anything harmful - she’s sharing eagerly and enthusiastically about something that has touched her, positively a d deeply.
I don’t know. What I do know is our life, our heart, our centre - which is what we get to in recovery - is deeply, deeply personal. It’s also full of life and vitality. It’s a complex, vibrant mix