Service

Service Workshop When we first attend Alcoholics Anonymous, and engage with our programme, we are introduced to the hands-on features of service such as, greeting newcomers, making tea and coffee, reading chapter 5, “doing the top table”, and sooner or later taking on the role of secretary of the group. Later, when that 6 month… Continue reading Service

Road Back

Writing Workshop Do you WANT to share your story in Print On Friday at 18:00 (Irish Time) we have an excellent, fun filled and informative workshop on how to write an article or story to be included in our very own Road Back magazine.. Current Issue of The Road Back (Click Here) Back Issues of… Continue reading Road Back

Sing Song

Music and Fellowship Starting at 22:00 GMT till late Join us Now for a session of music and fellowship, entertainment by members for members and family. Same as the hotel reception, only online in the comfort of your own home, office, motorhome or car. We have Middle of the Bed group in Dublin, Ireland to… Continue reading Sing Song

Preamble

A little history of the AA Preamble Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues… Continue reading Preamble

Al Anon

The Fellowships of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Al-Anon FamilyGroups have a unique relationship. They are naturally drawntogether by their close ties. And yet the Twelve Traditions, theGeneral Service Boards, and the General Service Conferences ofboth Fellowships suggest that each functions more effectively if itremains “separate,” cooperating but not affiliating with the other. Click Here for… Continue reading Al Anon

Meditation

Our Mediation and Mindfulness program are facilitated by members of Alcoholics Anonymous who offer special guided and silent meditations, which can be practiced or enjoyed in a quiet and calm environment. All times are Irish Standard Times. World Time Converter. Friday early evening at 17:00 IST. World Time Converter. Introduction and welcome to our meditation,… Continue reading Meditation

History of AA in Ireland

Celebrating 75 years in Ireland this year All times are Irish Standard Times. World Time Converter. Friday @ 15:00Tom. H “AA Coming to Ireland” Friday @ 23:00Bill N of the Alpharetta Unity Group “The History of the home group” Saturday @ 11:00Tom. H “AA Coming to Ireland” Saturday @ 21:00Noel P of the Young at… Continue reading History of AA in Ireland

FAQ’s

Alcoholism and Alcoholics What is alcoholism? The A.A. concept is that alcoholism is a progressive illness, and alcoholics are sick people who can recover if they will follow a simple program that has proved successful for more than two million men and women. How can I tell if I am really an alcoholic? Only you can make… Continue reading FAQ’s

Program

All Marathon Meetings and Times are Provisional. . All Times are Irish Standard Times. We provide a simple conversion table Click Here. Public Notice: Members of the public who have an interest in Alcoholics Anonymous and our fellowship are invited to the OPEN PUBLIC MEETING on Friday evening at 20:00 Irish Standard Time. The meeting… Continue reading Program

Registration

Optional Registration Tradition 3: The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking. Optional Registration €5 Securely Register by Credit Card .. The committee have agreed to have registration fee of €5. You may also select to pay cost of this service. The link below will take you to the SECURE njuko… Continue reading Registration