This AA meeting is virtual via a conference call using the phone number and access code shown at the top of this page. This literature based meeting occurs daily at 7:30 am EST and continues for an hour. Anyone with a desire not to drink is welcome. On Fridays, our virtual meeting is supplemented by an in person meeting in Atlanta’s Grant Park. Here are the details about where we meet on Fridays rain or shine.
This meeting contributes to AA at the Atlanta Central Office, District, Area, and General Service Office. You can contribute electronically via VENMO using @gugogs . This site has a powerful search engine to access over 600 articles from AA literature such as Big Book, Twelve & Twelve, As Bill Sees It along with many AA Grapevine articles
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All of us pass through times when we can pray only with the greatest exertion. Occasionally we go even further than this. We are seized with a rebellion so sickening that we simply won’t pray. When these things happen, we should not think too ill of ourselves. We should simply resume prayer as soon asContinue reading “Rebellion or Acceptance – As Bill Sees It #293”
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