[email protected] Spiritual Recovery This AA group is oriented to serving agnostics, freethinkers, atheists, non-theists, non-believers, rationalists, naturalists, humanists, secularists, skeptics .....pretty much anyone who is likely to struggle with working a program of recovery that contains the words God, Him and His. Each week, there are multiple email topic meetings, initiated by a volunteer.
Members are free to discuss the topics whenever they wish. In addition to the weekly topic meetings, members may start other discussions as well, such as how their week is going or problems and issues which have arisen, whatever might be on their minds.
We post a monthly Roll Call to maintain a current and accurate membership list and we are currently limited to 30 members.
We accept that the key to sobriety is in taking the simple actions stated in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.Members who are already participants in the topic meetings may participate in the forum discussions too.https://sites.google.com/site/aspiritualrecovery/ A Way Of Life This is an open discussion group which meets weekly using AA approved literature..."Living Sober", "As Bill Sees it" books to guide discussion on the challenges of "Staying Stopped"[email protected] Me Chat Our primary purpose is to provide an area for those who wish to assist others in doing the 12 steps as outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, those who wish to learn how to sponsor others, and to demonstrate how God-dependence and service to others is the path to a happy, joyous, and free life. 1st Things First a Foundation 2 Recovery Can't stop drinking no matter how hard you try; you have a desire to stop drinking; you're new to sobriety; or have questions about Alcoholics Anonymous -- we can help.