Here’s the latest edition of AA Service News. See this post to download it as a PDF. This edition contains Questions for Conference 2018.
The Huntercombe Recovery Group in Slough will be having their annual seasonal social for an hour before their regular meeting on Sunday, December 17th at 18:30.
This month we turn to Dr. Bob and his last message to the members of Alcoholics Anonymous. This short but poignant speech was delivered in 1950 at the first International Conference of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1950, just a few months before he died.
Occasionally groups have been unable to meet during Christmas and New Year. Consequently each group is asked to confirm whether or not they will be open over this period. From the responses this list has been drawn up to help you plan
INTERGROUP PROBATION LIAISON The Probation Liaison Officer role is now open again for nominations as of November after three years’ service I will be rotating out. This is a very rewarding service position; directly contacting and helping potential members of
We would be delighted if you will participate in the informal Health Liaison Workshop 2018 at: 12:00 to 1:30pm Sunday 21 January 2018 Fitzwilliam Centre, Windsor End, Beaconsfield, HP9 2JW (lunch is included) This immediately precedes the C&T I/G AGM at
In this month’s ‘Discover AA’ post we take a look at the letter from Jung in answer the Bill’s letter from the early sixties. See this post for more.
The next Intergroup meeting is on Wednesday November 15th at 7:00pm at the Fitzwilliam Centre, Windsor End, Beaconsfield. All AA members are welcome.
The Huntercombe Recovery Group in Slough will be holding another AA and Al-Anon shared platform meeting on Sunday November 19th at their usual time of 7:30pm. See this post for more details.
This month’s suggestion is The Jack Alexander Article About AA. This article played an enormous part in the initial growth and recognition of Alcoholics Anonymous in the United States and contains some interesting insights into early AA.