The Huntercombe Recovery Group will be holding another AA/Al-Anon shared platform meeting on Sunday July 2nd at 19:30 at Cippenham Baptist Church, Slough. See this post for details.
The Conference 2017 Final Report has been released and is now available for download. See this post to download the report to your device.
Here’s the latest edition of AA Service News. This edition contains the 2017 conference recommendations. From this post you can download your copy to your device for free.
In this month’s ‘Discover AA’ post we take a closer look at our cofounder Dr. Bob. See this post to read more about him and to read his story.
During each Southern National Convention it has been possible to book a room for the following year. Unfortunately this procedure has become unsustainable for the staff at Mill Rythe. Consequently booking will no longer be available during the convention. See this post for more information.
AA Awareness Day 2017 The Chiltern & Thames Intergroup AA Awareness Day 2017 will be held in Beaconsfield on Thursday, 19th October 2017 from 9:30 until 16:30. The aim of this event is to help raise awareness of Alcoholics Anonymous and
In this month’s ‘Discover AA’ post we take a look at the history of our tradition of anonymity. In January 1955 Bill W. published an article in the AA Grapevine called ‘Why Alcoholics Anonymous is Anonymous’. In this article he shares some of the early AA experiences which informed this tradition.
The next Intergroup meeting is on Sunday May 14th at 2:00pm at the Fitzwilliam Centre, Windsor End, Beaconsfield.
In this month’s Discover AA post we take a look at the history of the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. This pamphlet, ‘AA Tradition, How it Developed’, tells the story of the emergence and development of the principles believed essential to AA unity and survival.
Conference is the process by which AA as a whole makes recommendations on how we ought to operate. If you’d like to submit a question for Conference, you’ll find guidance in this post.