Meeting Schedule

Groups hold meetings every day of the week. 

Click on a day below to find the meeting times and places for that day.

Temporary District 15 Virtual Meetings Available.  Click here for details.

Area service meets first Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm in the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. Date is subject to change. This is a closed meeting.

Current open service positions at the  district level: CORRECTIONS CHAIR. If you are interested, please attend our next Area Service Meeting.

Meeting Type Legend

  • O - Open Meetings - are available to anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous’ program of recovery from alcoholism. Nonalcoholics may attend open meet-ings as observers

  • C - Closed meetings - are for A.A. members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and “have a desire to stop drinking.

  • B - Beginners Meetings - Usually led by a group member who has been sober awhile, these are often question-and-answer sessions to help newcomers. Beginners meetings may also follow a discussion format, or focus on Steps One, Two and Three.

  • BB - Big Book - Group members read sections of the book Alcoholics Anonymous, affectionately known as The Big Book, and discuss the sections read.

  • D - Discussion - A.A. member serving as “leader” or “chair” opens the meeting using that group’s format, and selects a topic for discussion.

  • G - Gay, Lesbian, & Friends - While all meetings welcome anybody who has a desire to stop drinking, these meetings are where members can feel especially comfortable.

  • L - Literature - An AA member typically leads by sharing their experience with one of AA's twelve steps of recovery then other members share their experience with the same step.

  • ST - Step - An AA member typically leads by sharing their experience with one of AA's twelve steps of recovery then other members share their experience with the same step.

  • T - Tradition - An AA member typically leads by sharing their experience with one of AA's twelve traditions that bind the groups together, then other members share their experience with the same step.

  • W/M - Women/Men - While all meetings welcome anybody who has a desire to stop drinking, these meetings are geared to Women or Men (W/M).

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