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29th
MAR

Sixth Sense to Resume Mondays

Schedule Changes

Per a submission via Submit Content:

The Sixth Sense group of AA is grateful to announce our scheduling conflict with the church has been resolved and we will resume our Monday meetings effective April 1st. We will now meet Mondays and Thursdays at St. Mary’s House, 930 Walker Ave, at 6:30 pm. We do 25 minutes of meditation and a discussion from “As Bill Sees It.” Come out and support!

Print an updated copy of the Printable Schedule.
To share this in meetings, print a copy of our hot sheet of announcements for the good of AA.

29th

MAR 2015 GSR Meeting Minutes

New Content

The March 12, 2015 District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) minutes are now available on the Documents page.

12th
MAR

St. Patty’s Day Event

Events

special events st pattys day
Download a flyer here.

27th
FEB

The Big Book Comes Alive 2015

Events

DISTRICTS 18 & 19 AND GREATER WINSTON-SALEM AREA INTERGROUP PRESENT
“THE BIG BOOK COMES ALIVE”
MARCH 27 & 28, 2015
FRIDAY 6-9PM
SATURDAY 9AM-6PM

$15 ticket includes lunch, refreshments, and two door prize raffle tickets.

Still sitting around waiting for the miracle to happen?
Join us for an in depth study of the first 164 pages of the Big Book in the style of Joe and Charlie.
Facilitated by Larry S and Gene R of Atlanta, Georgia.
Hear their experience, strength and hope about how they put the program
of Alcoholics Anonymous into action.

KONNOAK HILLS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
430 WEISNER ST.
WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27127

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Flyer and registration form

26th
FEB

New Beginnings for Women cancelled (26FEB)

Schedule Changes

Per a submission via Submit Content:

No meeting 2/26 because church is closed.

26th

Bethel Meeting Cancelled tonight (26FEB)

Schedule Changes

Per a submission via Submit Content:

Bethel 7:30 Meeting at St. Francis Church on Lawndale is cancelled
tonight, Thursday, 2/26

26th

FEB 2015 GSR Meeting Minutes

New Content

The February 13, 2015 District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) minutes are now available on the Documents page.

16th
FEB

Open Channel meeting CANCELED (Monday, 16FEB)

Schedule Changes

Per a submission via Submit Content:

Open Channel meeting CANCELED
7:00 pm at St Andrews Episcopal Church. It’s icing now!

12th
FEB

JAN 2015 GSR Meeting Minutes

New Content

The January 8, 2015 District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) minutes are now available on the Documents page.

26th
JAN

16th Street Group Location Change

Location Changes

The Wednesday 8PM 16th St. Speaker Meeting is changing locations, starting in February (2/4). Going forward, it will be held at 2100 W. Friendly Avenue at the First Friends Meeting House. (Same location as The Way Out on Monday and Lawndale on Friday.) This week’s meeting (1/28) will be the last at the 16th St. location.

To share this in meetings, print a copy of our hot sheet of announcements for the good of AA.
Print an updated copy of the Printable Schedule.

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