e-AA Group Conscience Meeting

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e-AA Group Conscience Meeting

Postby FYI » Sat Nov 11, 2017 4:39 pm

A message to all members of e-AA Group,

"You're a member if you say you are" is something you will often hear in the rooms of AA.  We embrace this principle here at e-AA.  Our AA group has always tried hard to adhere to the principles of AA's 12 Traditions, and AA's 12 Concepts for World Service.

Are you aware that, here in the e-AA Group, we have a Group Conscience Meeting where discussions are had and decisions are made for the e-AA Group as a whole?  These are decisions which may sometimes affect your participation within the e-AA Group.

For example, we are currently in active discussion about updating the e-AA website.  This would affect us all.

So if you're an alcoholic and consider yourself a member of e-AA Group, we invite you to subscribe to the Group Conscience Meeting to learn more of how the group is operating behind the scenes, and participate in the future direction the group takes.  Of course, you have no obligation to do so. After all, you're a member of e-AA if you say you are.  But these discussions and decisions can only be determined by whoever turns up to the Group Conscience meeting , not by anyone who doesn't.


If you wish to join the Group Conscience meeting of e-AA,

You will first need to Register:
Towards the top right, you will see a list of options.
Select 'register' and you will be led through a simple process, which includes the need to provide an email address and username.

To Join the Group Conscience meeting of e-AA:
At the top left of any page you will see 'User Control Panel'. Select this, then select 'Usergroups'.
You will see a drop down list. Click the circle next to 'Group Conscience Meeting', and at the bottom of the page next to 'Join selected' click 'Submit'.

The request will be seen by the individual(s) responsible for handling such requests.
Once confirmed, the Group Conscience forum will be open to you.


It is only by participating together as a group that we can help to keep the virtual doors of e-AA open to the next still-suffering alcoholic who staggers in.

Why?  Because ...

AA Responsibility Pledge:
*I am Responsible.  When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there.  And for that:  I am responsible.*

In service,

Ian S
Group Secretary, e-AA Group
Group Secretary Contact Form
http://e-aa.org/form_officer_contact.ph ... 0Secretary
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