What is it? Where do I start? What do I do? Where do I go?
If this page is too much, go to Short Introduction To AA.
Members of Alcoholics Anonymous make a point of carrying the message about their own recovery in A.A. on a person-to-person basis --- but never disclose the membership of others. In this way, they may serve as examples of recovery and thus stimulate active alcoholics to seek help.
In the public media, however --- such as TV, radio, films, press and the Internet --- A.A. Traditions urge members to maintain strict anonymity, for three reasons;
Anonymity in public media guards the unity of A.A. members and preserves the attraction of the program for the millions who still need help.
Mon - 7:30 pm Beginners Group, First Reformed Church, 40 E. Orange St, Lancaster. (Speaker on Last Mon)
Tue - 8:00 pm One Day at a Time Group, New Holland United Methodist Church, 120 W. Main St, New Holland.
Tue - 7:00 pm Quarryville Unity Beginners Group, ST. Paul’s Church, Fourth & Church Sts, Quarryville, Use parking lot entrance on Church St
Wed - 7:30 pm Newcomers Group, United Methodist Church, corner of Duke and Walnut St, Lancaster - Parking Lot Entrance.
Wed - 8:00 pm Easy Does It Group, 521 Club, 2400 Butter Road, Lancaster.
Thur - 8:00 pm Lititz Life on Life's Terms Group, St. James Catholic Church, 505 Woodcrest Road, Lititz - Newcomer Meeting next door.
Fri & Sat- Noon Walk & Talk Group, Grace Evangelical CC, 131 Terrace Ave, Ephrata.
Sat - 11:00 am Newcomers Group, United Methodist Church, corner of Duke and Walnut St, Lancaster - Parking Lot Entrance.
The Central Service Office is is located in the Lancaster County Health and Welfare Building, 630 Janet Ave, Suite D150, Lancaster, Pa.
The First place to Look
for last minute meeting cancellations and other notes for AA Members.