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O, P, E Alcoholic Clerics Anonymous

Online meeting via Email reaching out to Pastors, Clerics, and other Church Workers who suffer from alcoholism.

We are a Non-Denominational Outreach seeking to share our experience, strength, and hope from the perspective of Cleric or Church Worker.

Our main concern is maintaining sobriety, not theological debate. All who wish to recover are welcome.

Contact us at the address below.


C, A, E Alcoholics Anonymous Group

This is a closed group, dedicated to sharing our experiences, stengths, and hopes to the newcomer and the old timers alike. We have close to 2,000 members and growing.

Send email to this group:


O, DHoH, E American Sign Language

Deaf and Hard of Hearing fellowhship of men and women who wish to seek and maintain sobriety from alcohol and drugs one day at a time.

Please send inquiries, comments, and referrals the address below.


C, A, E, DF Back to Basics Beginners Meeting

This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, for Alcoholics only. Using the Big Book and the Back to Basics Beginners Meeting Book, we share our experience, strength, and hope with each other to help others to recover from alcoholism.


O, A, E Back to Basics Unity Group

We are an email group of men and women, an AA group that adheres to AA's 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, and 12 Concepts. The topic chair sends out a topic to all on Saturdays. Members respond during the following week. Discussion meetings on topics as they relate to alcoholism, Big Book passage discussion, and 12&12 passage discussion with a passage read on both Steps and Traditions that correspond to the month at hand.

Our purpose is to provide a supportive place for AA people to share on recovery. We adhere to The Third Tradition. Our group is limited to 40 members. Though sharing on the weekly topic is expected, or subjects that are within in that topic relating to alcoholism.

In adherence to the 7th tradition, we would suggest that the next time you are in a face-to-face meeting that you pitch in an extra couple of bucks for your online sobriety, or make an anonymous donation to OIAA to help defer the cost of their service to the fellowship of online alcoholics.

We look at principles, not personalities. Personal criticism or flaming of any kind is strictly prohibited. If you have decided you want what we have and are willing to share on a weekly basis, then give us a try.

To join or for more information, contact Mary O at the address below.


O, RE, DF Belmont Twighlighters Group, NSW Australia

We here in Australia have started an AA related forum called Alkies' Soapbox. It gives all AA members a chance to have their say on any AA related matters. Add events to calendar, join in the chartroom, post birthday wishes, join in polls, send personal messages to each other and post pictures if they wish.


O, A, E Big Book

We open the meeting, break up into three groups, and share about the reading.


O, A, E Big Book and Step Study Email Group

Join us as we journey through the Big Big and Twelve Steps together. Each month we will do one chapter of the Big Book (first 164 pages) and we will do one step of the Twelve Steps. All this is done via email by sharing our experience, strangth, and hope with each other on a daily basis.

Contact us at the following address.


C, A, E Big Book Study

Big Book Study is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. An actual Big Book study on the Fourth Edition of the Big Book, covering a chapter every two weeks and one personal story per week, with shares limited to our current readings. Off-topic chatter and public advice giving are strongly avoided, making this meeting very much like a regular face-to-face AA meeting. We ar an international group with about 200 English-speaking members.

To subscribe or for further information, contact us at the address below.


O, A, E, DF Big Book Study Online

Daily Big Book discussion. Covering the basic text over the course of eight weeks, Monday through Friday, beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern. We return to the beginning of the book every two months.

To participate, visit our site.


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