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AA Meetings

Meeting Changes

New Meetings

  • Soundness of Mind Group
    Mondays 8:00 pm, St Peter's Evangelical Church, 10 Delp Rd, Lancaster O D **
  • Spiritual Awareness Group. Wednesdays at Noon. Saint Catherine of Siena Church, 955 Robert Fulton Hwy, Route 222 South, Quarryville, O D B/L ** Daily Reflections book
  • Sense Of Direction
    Thursdays 7:00 pm-8:00 pm at Lighthouse Assembly of God Church, 105 Earland Drive , New Holland - O ST TR B/L SP **

Canceled Meetings

  • Life on Life's Terms
    Sunday 7:00 pm meeting at Men's Gatehouse, 649 East Main Street, Lititz.
  • Newcomers Group
    Saturday 11:00 am meeting at United Methodist Church, Duke and Walnut Streets, Lancaster.
  • Senior Adventures Meeting
    Has discontinued the 1:30 pm Thursday meetings at the 521 Club, 2400 Butter Rd.

Location Changes

  • Stepping Stones
    Will meet Tuesdays at 7:00 pm, Salem UCC, 2312 Marietta Ave, Lancaster. Map
  • Elizabethtown Big Book
    Will meet Sundays at 7:00 pm, St. Paul’s UMC, 398 N Locust St, Elizabethtown. Map
  • Spiritual Awakenings
    Wednesday at 7:00 pm, Marrietta Community Chapel 1125 River Rd, Marietta.

Name/Other Changes

  • We Agnostics Group
    meeting on Sun, Mon and Fri at LGH Dining Room #3 name is now Atheist & Agnostic AA.
  • Women of Change
    The Tuesday 7:00 pm meeting at Grace Evangelical CC, 131 Terrace Ave, Ephrata format is now W O BB, Speaker on last Tue.
  • Mt Joy Central Group
    The Thursday 6:00 pm meeting at St Luke's Episcopal Church, 209 S Market St, Mt Joy is now called Handling Sobriety.

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Contact Info

CSO
The Central Service Office is is located in the Lancaster County Health and Welfare Building, 630 Janet Ave, Suite D150, Lancaster, Pa. 17601

Phone: (717) 394-3238

Office Hours: Mon 9a-5p, Tue 2p-5p, Wed 12p-5:30p, Thur 11a-7:30p, Fri 11a-2p.
Note: Please call before you come.

Complete CSO Information Page


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About AA

The AA Program

Privacy & Anonymity

AA Links


Service

"Practical experience shows that nothing will so much insure immunity from drink as intensive work with other alcoholics. It works when other activities fail. This is our twelfth suggestion: Carry this message to other alcoholics! You can help when no one else can. You can secure their confidence when others fail. Remember they are very ill.

Life will take on new meaning. To watch people recover, to see them help others, to watch loneliness vanish, to see a fellowship grow up about you, to have a host of friends -- this is an experience you must not miss."

Structure Of The Conference

"The General Service Conference of A.A. has become, for nearly every practical purpose, the active voice and the effective conscience of our whole Society in its world affairs." -The 2nd Concept

Responsibility Pledge

I Am Responsibile.
When Anyone, Anywhere
Reaches Out For Help,
I Want The Hand Of A.A.
Always To Be There.
And For That,
I Am Responsible!

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Service in AA

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."

Intergroup

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.


Service Opportunities

Service Forms


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...

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