For all who are willing to go to any lengths for victory over alcohol… a daily reprieve is here, every day starting at 12-noon Pacific time.
Excerpt from the Forward,
4th Edition of the Big Book
of Alcoholics Anonymous (2001)
“While our literature has preserved the integrity of the A.A. message, sweeping changes in society as a whole are reflected in new customs and practices within the Fellowship. Taking advantage of technological advances, for example, A.A. members with computers can participate in meetings online, sharing with fellow alcoholics across the country or around the world. In any meeting, anywhere, A.A.’s share experience, strength, and hope with each other, in order to stay sober and help other alcoholics. Modem-to-modem or face-to-face, A.A.’s speak the language of the heart in all its power and simplicity.”
- Acceptance is the Answer
- A Vision for You
- Fellowship of the Spirit
- Keys to the Kingdom
- A Daily Reprieve
- Not a Glum Lot
- Sharing What We’ve Learned
- The 3rd Step Promises
- The 5th Step Promises
- The 9th Step Promises
- The 10th Step Promises
- The 3rd Step Prayer
- The 7th Step Prayer
- 11th Step/St. Francis Prayer
- Ebby’s Promises (to Bill W.)
- _______ HOW TOs _______
- Serving as Chairperson
- Service Position Descriptions
- How to Screen Share
- Timer Screen-Sharing
- _______ SECURITY _______
- Maintaining Safe Meetings
(defending against Zoom intruders –
key tools & steps for all tech hosts)
- ______ TIME-KEEPING ______
- Timer Tone – Ding-Ding
- Timer Tone – Bell Tone
- Zoom Fix for No Timer Tone
- “Time’s Up” Image
New to the A.A. Program?
We link to PDF versions of A.A. literature above (& audio versions if available), but you can get hard copies of both the AA “Big Book” and the Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions at cost at your local AA Central Office. Just do a web search for “your town aa central office.”
Of course, you can also order copies of each from Amazon.com [Big Book | 12 & 12], or through other retailers; just be aware they will cost significantly more.
As a member of Alcoholics Anonymous you will find at times that you need a good, safe, private space to work with another alcoholic for step work, for example. We’ve set up these virtual Zoom rooms just for that purpose. Members of the group may freely use them for AA-related work. We will also use the Service Room for training & review of service position roles & responsibilities.
Daily Service Roster
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Meeting Scripts & Stuff
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NOTE: Please fill out and submit this form within a few weeks of each upcoming milestone date. We do not store & proactively search sobriety dates for upcoming member birthdays.
Get information about our business meetings including upcoming agenda topics, minutes of past meetings, treasurer, website and other group reports, general business information and more. Business meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of each month following the regular meeting.
Proof of AA
Need some form of verification to prove you attended a meeting?
Please use our main Proof of Attendance (PoA) form initially, being sure to familiarize yourself with the information. Once you become familiar with our group and our process, feel free to use this homepage version, or bookmark the main form:
PoA questions of form issues?
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Fill out & submit this form once for each full meeting you attend (arriving late and/or leaving early do not count), and only if you are familiar with our group & our process and we are familiar with you (if not, go here).
International AA Meetings (Pacific Time)