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Meeting Schedule

The meetings in the table below are hosted by the AA Meeting Online group.  Online meetings hosted by other groups may be found on the Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous at: OIAA Meeting Directory.

SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

7:30am ET
Discussion

7:30am ET
Discussion

7:30am ET
Discussion

7:30am ET
Discussion

7:30am ET
Discussion

7:30am ET
Discussion

7:30am ET
Discussion

Noon ET
Discussion

Noon ET
Discussion

Noon ET
Discussion

Noon ET
Discussion

Noon ET
Discussion

Noon ET
Discussion

Noon ET
Discussion

6:00pm ET
Newcomers Meeting

7:00pm ET
Big Book (1st 164)

7:00pm ET
12 & 12

7:00pm ET
Living Sober

10:00pm ET
Big Book

10:00pm ET
Discussion

10:00pm ET
Discussion

10:00pm ET
Discussion

10:00pm ET
Discussion

10:00pm ET
Discussion

10:00pm ET
Discussion

We use GoToMeeting to run our meetings. 

All meetings can be accessed at this link:  
Click to Join - Meeting hosted using GoToMeeting

Telephone Access: 1-224-501-3412 Meeting Id: 445-854-373

Mobile Phone Quick Connect:
1-224-501-3412,,,445854373#,,,,#

Web Access:
https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/445854373
 


Meeting Guidelines

  • This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, which means you need to have a problem with alcohol and a desire to stop drinking if you wish to attend.
     
  • GoToMeeting will start 10 minutes before scheduled meeting time and all members may share with each other at that time, just like when you go to a regular meeting.
     
  • At the scheduled meeting time, microphones will be muted for all attendees so that the chairperson may open the meeting.  If you are using a telephone only, use *6 to mute and unmute.
     
  • You may join the GoToMeeting using your computer, smart phone, tablet or just by dialing in on the phone.
     
  • To maintain anonymity we suggest that you only enter your first name and initial of your last name and do not enter your email address.
     
  • During the meeting the chat feature will be enabled and attendees at the meeting may request to share that way.
     
  • You have the option of using the camera on your device to show yourself to other members in attendance or not to do so.
     
  • 12th Tradition Reminder - Anonymity:  Who you see here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here.

SAFETY CARD FOR A.A. GROUPS

The General Service Office has made this optional card available as an A.A. service piece for in-person/online groups that wish to use it. 
Rev. 4/22

Tradition Five states:  Each group has but one primary purpose — to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.

Any person seeking help with a drinking problem is welcome at this group.  No A.A. entity determines an individual’s membership in Alcoholics Anonymous.  It is this group’s conscience that if any person endangers another individual or disrupts the group’s efforts to carry A.A.’s message, the group may ask that person to leave the meeting.

This group strives to safeguard the anonymity of A.A. members and attendees; however, keep in mind that anonymity in A.A. is not a cloak for unsafe and illegal behavior.  Addressing such behavior and/or contacting the proper authorities when appropriate, does not go against any A.A. Traditions and is meant to ensure the safety of all in attendance.

The short form of Tradition One states: “Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon A.A. unity.”  Recognizing the importance of group unity, our group strives to create a safe meeting environment in which alcoholics can focus on achieving sobriety.  

If safety concerns arise, individuals can speak with a sponsor, members of the group, a trusted friend and/or a professional to address the concern.


 

Chairperson: How to open a meeting

Welcome to the Group AAMeetingOnline.com.  My name is __________ and I'm an alcoholic.

Meetings are scheduled to be held daily at 7:30am, Noon, and 10pm Eastern Time.

Additional topic meetings and a full schedule can be found on the AAMeetingonline.com Meetings page.

This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, which means you need to have a problem with alcohol and a desire to stop drinking if you wish to attend.

The 12th tradition of A.A. is about anonymity, so please who you see here, what you hear here, be certain it stays here.

The 7th tradition of A.A. states that every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions. In that regard, contributions to this group can be made by clicking on the Basket link at aameetingonline.com.

A few short business announcements:

A.A. Preamble
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Before we begin the meeting, I would like to ask if there is anyone today celebrating an A.A. anniversary or milestone, or anyone who would like to share their number of days in sobriety with the room, then please unmute your microphone and introduce yourself at this time.

If there is anyone in the meeting who is sober 90 days or more and would like to be the opening speaker and share your experience, strength, and hope with us for about 10 minutes, then please do so now.  Otherwise I'll go ahead and open things up.

After the opening speaker is done sharing ask if they have a topic in mind.

State that "The room is now open for sharing."

About 10 minutes before the meeting is over, please ask if anyone who is new or doesn't share often would like to share at this time.

After everyone that wants to share has shared, please ask: "For those who would like to join me, let's close the meeting with a moment of silence followed by the Serenity Prayer."

"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference."


Terms: By using this website or meeting you agree to indemnify, and hold harmless others in attendance and the operators like you would at an in person meeting place.