Unless otherwise indicated, all committees meet in the Lancaster
County Health and Welfare Building.


4th Wednesday at 6:00 pm
Blair Room

The Steering Committee serves as the administrative arm of Intergroup, to which it is directly responsible. It directs the operations of the Central Service Office (CSO) and supports the operations of the committees.


4th Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Temporarily held on Zoom
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Meeting ID: 88478238216

Intergroup helps to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous by
providing an office and answering service, updating and publishing meeting schedules, maintaining an inventory of pamphlets, books, and tapes, establishing and facilitating Intergroup committees, providing support to AA events in Lancaster, and making decisions that affect AA in Lancaster County.

Web Committee

Maintains the Intergroup website, answers questions submitted by email or contact form, and updates Event information.

Treatment Facilities

Read the Guidelines

The committee carries the AA message into treatment facilities in the area on a weekly or monthly schedule.


The committee collects, preserves, and shares the rich and meaningful heritage of our Fellowship.

Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC)

The committee informs current and future professionals about AA–what we are, where we are, what we can do, and what we cannot do. It establishes better communication between AAs and professionals and finds simple, effective ways of cooperating without affiliating

Public Information (PI)

The committee conveys AA information to the general public, including the media.  Activities may include visits to schools, businesses, church and civic groups, and community meetings as well as providing informational AA booths at health fairs.

Correction Facilities:  Men’s and Women’s

Contact: Central Service Office – (717) 394-3238

The committee coordinates the work of individual AA members and groups who are interested in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls. It sets up means of smoothing the way from the facility to the larger AA community through pre-release contacts.

Application for General Prison Access (for prison access)


Unity in the Community Camp Out

The campout is an annual weekend event; its goal is to show newcomers great fun and good fellowship in recovery. Typically scheduled for the last weekend in June, it is usually held at Pequa Campground in southern Lancaster County. There are many activities including evening bonfire meetings at dusk and tubing on the Pequa Creek running along the edge of the park. Breakfast is served daily.

Pig Roast

The planning committee meets on the 1st Monday at 6:00 pm.
Room B107

The Pig Roast committee organizes this annual community event to have a day filled with food, games, sports, door prizes, a 50/50 Raffle, and inspiration. This event proves that it is fun being sober!

Hand Of AA

4th Tue 6:30 pm
Blair Room

The Hand of AA committee carries the AA message to the newcomer during its annual conference. Offering fellowship in an open and understanding environment encourages questions, discussions, and suggestions about How It Works.

Daily Meetings