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.