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Welcome To Monroe, Michigan AA

The Monroe Area Intergroup currently meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm at the United Way Building, 216 Monroe Street, Monroe, MI. Attendance is encouraged and open to all AA members.

St. Joseph Church Sunday Morning Meeting 15th Anniversary

11/03/2017 06:00
America/New York

St. Joseph Church
9425 Whittaker Rd., Ypsilanti
Doors open at 6 pm
Dinner at 7 pm
Speaker at 8 pm
Chad from Belleville
Ham & Turkey
Fresh Fried Perch, by Tom & Garrison
Bring a dish to pass
Held in fellowship hall

Dundee Sunday Night's Meeting 29th Anniversary

10/29/2017 06:00
America/New York

St. John's Lutheran Church
460 Riley St., Dundee
Doors open at 6 pm
Dinner served at 7 pm
Open talk begins at 8 pm
Italian food & beverages will be served
Please bring a dish to pass
50/50, door prizes, sobriety countdown
Area 55 Archives & Grapevine Displays

Monroe Area Intergroup Anniversary

11/11/2017 06:00
America/New York

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Monroe Area Intergroup Meeting

11/09/2017 06:00
America/New York

United Way Building
216 N. Monroe St., Monroe

Halloween Dance

10/21/2017 06:00
America/New York

Halloween party
Oaks of Righteousness Church
924 E. Third St., Monroe, MI
Food, fun, Fellowship
Please bring a dish to pass
Costumes optional

Area 55 77th Anniversary

10/20/2017 06:30
America/New York

Parkway Place
2592 Parway Plaza, Maumee, OH
Tickets $30
Alberts H. (419) 490-7560
Michele M. (419) 764-9286
Central Office (419) 380-9862

Octsoberfest 2017

10/28/2017 09:00
America/New York

Grace Lutheran Church
630 N. Monroe St. Monroe
Doors open at 9am
AA and Al-anon speakers
Dinner at 6:30
Tickets $20

For tickets contact:
Mark & Danette M. (734) 529-5565
Greg H (734) 777-7349

Print Schedule

Click the link below for a pdf printable AA meeting schedule for the Monroe area, Michigan.

The Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous

1) Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon A.A. unity.

2) For our group purpose, there is but one ultimate authority - a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.

3) The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.

4) Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or A.A. as a whole.

5) Each group has but one primary purpose - to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.

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