Unless otherwise indicated, all rooms are in the Lancaster
County Health and Welfare Building.
4th Wed 7:00 pm
Contact: Marc O.
The purpose of Intergroup is to help carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous by:
Providing an office and answering service; Update and publish meeting schedules; Maintain an inventory of pamphlets, books and tapes; Make a diligent effort to publish an intergroup newsletter; Establish and provide for intergroup committees.
1st Wed at 6:00 pm
The theme for the campout weekend is Unity in the Community. The goal of this annual event (8th in 2015) is to show the newcomers that there is great fun and good fellowship in recovery.
Carrying the AA message into treatment facilities in the area on a weekly or monthly schedule.
Contact: Keith L.
The CPC committee studies ways to cooperate with professionals while keeping within AA traditions and guidelines. The committee cooperates with other area committees when communication with professionals if specific subjects need to be addressed and is responsible for communicating directly with professionals when needed.
4th Wed 6:00 pm
Contact: Marc O.
The Steering Committee is the administrative arm of the Intergroup Representatives, subject to the approval of the Intergroup Representatives. The purpose of the Steering Committee is to direct the operations of the CSO and to supervise and support the operations of Committees.
1st Mon 6:00 pm
Contact: Lorman L.
The Pig Roast committee organizes this annual comminity event to have a day filled with food, games, sports, door prizes, 50/50 Raffle and Inspiration. This event proves that it is fun being sober!
Contact: Sue A.
The Womens Prison Committee Volunteers bring the message of recovery to women who are incarcerated.
The purpose of PI service work is to provide accurate AA information to the public when requested. For this purpose PI committee members visit schools, businesses, church and civic groups, and community meetings as well as staff AA booths at health fairs.
July 28 6:00 pm
Contact: Pete W.
Archives collects ongoing updates on group and district histories. In conjunction with the Area Archivist, collects historical information about Eastern Pennsylvania’s groups, districts and the Area.
4th Tue 6:30 pm
Contact: Sam B.
The Hand of AA Committee organizes the Annual Lancaster, PA Conference. The primary purpose is carrying the message of A.A. to the newcomer through a time of fellowship in an open and understanding environment that encourages questions, discussions and suggestions pertaining to How It Works.
Contact: Pete G.
The Mens Prison Committee Volunteers bring the message of recovery to men who are incarcerated.
Contact: Douglas L.
The Webservant maintains the Intergroup website, answers questions submitted by email or contact form, publishes the monthly Newsletter and updates Event information.
Service is a means of maintaining sobriety. Service means getting involved in those functions which directly carry the A.A. message or allow others to carry it.
"Those involved in Service Work have a 50% better chance of staying sober than those who are not doing service work."
Its purpose is to help carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous by:
• Provide an office and answering service
• Update and publish meeting schedules
• Maintain an inventory of pamphlets, books and tapes
• Make a diligent effort to publish an intergroup newsletter
• Establish and provide for intergroup committees.
Intergroup Meets at 7 pm on the 4th Wednesday of each month
except Nov & Dec on the 3rd Wed.
The Hand Of AA
The Lancaster, PA Conferrence is an annual event organized by the HOAA Committee. The purpose of the Lancaster, PA Conference is to practice our primary purpose in carrying the message of A.A. to the newcomer through a time of fellowship in an open and understanding environment that encourages questions, discussions and suggestions pertaining to How it works.
Visit the HOAA website for more...