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Alcoholics Anonymous in Greensboro, NC

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There are more than 130 meetings in the Greensboro area every week.

Most meetings are in Greensboro, with some in High Point, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Stokesdale, and Summerfield.

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Update on Intergroup Hours

Per a submission via Submit Content:

Intergroup will begin being open again on Thursdays. This Thursday 1/12 we will be open 9-11:45am. Thereafter we will be open on Thursdays 1-5pm. The previous hours remain the same (Mon & Tues in the mornings and Wed through Friday in the afternoon).

Jim S is recuperating at home and is doing well. He hopes to return in the near future.

Intergroup Office hours will be as follows until further notice:
Monday 9am – 11:45 am
Tuesday 9am – 11:45 am
Wednesday 1pm – 5pm
Thursday 1pm – 5pm
Friday 1pm – 5pm

Interested in bringing an AA meeting to the jail in downtown Greensboro?

Here’s some information to consider:

  • AA meetings are every Monday night 8 to 9 pm.
  • You can sign up for one or more meeting per month – whatever works best with your schedule.
  • Volunteers meet in the lobby at 7:45 pm.
  • Only approved volunteers are admitted (see below for approval process).
  • Male volunteers take meetings to the men and female volunteers take meetings to the women.
  • The facility is located at 201 S. Edgeworth Street, near the YMCA.
  • Volunteers can park in the YMCA parking lot.
  • Volunteers are also required to attend one orientation meeting on one Saturday morning to be approved for service.

To apply to volunteer, download and complete the Jail Volunteers Form. Applications be emailed to cfc@nc23.org or mailed to NC District 23, P.O. Box 5125, Greensboro, NC 27435.

New Area Treasurer Address

Contributions to the Area should now be sent to:
Treasurer
PO Box 1181
Burlington, NC 27216

Contributions to the District should still be sent to:
NC District 23
P.O. Box 5125
Greensboro, NC 27435

Feb
5
Sun
PTYPAA Annual Superbowl Party @ Common Grounds Coffee Shop
Feb 5 @ 4:00 pm
Feb
7
Tue
PTYPAA Business Meeting @ Common Grounds Coffee Shop
Feb 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

PTYPAA, or Piedmont Triad Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous, is a service committee simply here to provide a venue for young, recovering people to engage in fellowship. We also strive to be a conduit for service work within our AA community.

Feb
9
Thu
District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) @ St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Feb 9 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Mar
7
Tue
PTYPAA Business Meeting @ Common Grounds Coffee Shop
Mar 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

PTYPAA, or Piedmont Triad Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous, is a service committee simply here to provide a venue for young, recovering people to engage in fellowship. We also strive to be a conduit for service work within our AA community.

Mar
9
Thu
District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) @ St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Mar 9 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm