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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.

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.

 

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).