This post continues our ‘Discover AA’ series. Each month a leaflet, article or short piece of literature is suggested that you might like to consider reading to help improve your knowledge of the AA programme and our history. This month we highlight
This month we put the spotlight on the AA pamphlet, Many Paths to Spirituality. A common misconception about Alcoholics Anonymous is that it is a religious organisation. Since AA groups often rent space in churches, attending an AA meeting in a church hall can often reinforce that impression, and the possibility of hearing a prayer at the end of a meeting can further cement the idea for some. This pamphlet seeks to separate the truth from myth on the matter.
The Huntercombe Recovery Group will celebrate their 30th anniversary on September 9th with a special time for fellowship from 6:30 pm. Cake and refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome to come along for this special meeting.
For ‘Discover AA’ this month we have a recording. A recording of Bill himself reading ‘How it Works’. You can listen to it directly from the site, or download it to your device, just use the player on this post.
Here are the poster and card designs that are to be presented to the Intergroup for consideration at the next meeting for the proposed awareness campaign. Your feedback can be directed via your GSR.
This month we take a look at an article from The AA Grapevine, God As We Understand Him: The Dilemma of No Faith, written by Bill W. and first published in April 1961.
There will be a special meeting on August 16th 2018 at Winchester Cathedral to commemorate the centenary of Bill’s first visit. See this post for more details and a flyer.
The Conference 2018 final report has been released and is now available for download. Please see the post to download the report to your device.
See this post to download the latest edition of AA Service News. This summer 2018 edition includes Conference Recommendations.
This month we take a look at the post – ‘A Brief History of AA’. This article provides a brief introduction to some of the major points of early AA history charting our unexpected beginnings and early setbacks.