Primary Purpose

THIS IS A CLOSED MEETING
OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS


This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. In
support of A.A.’s singleness of purpose, attendance at
closed meetings is limited to persons who have a desire
to stop drinking. If you think you have a problem with
alcohol, you are welcome to attend this meeting. We ask
that when discussing our problems, we confine ourselves
to those problems as they relate to alcoholism.
(The 1987 General Service Conference made this statement available as an A.A. service
piece for those groups who wish to use it.)

THIS IS AN OPEN MEETING
OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS


This is an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. We are
glad you are all here — especially newcomers. In keeping
with our singleness of purpose and our Third Tradition
which states that “The only requirement for A.A. membership
is a desire to stop drinking,” we ask that all who
participate confine their discussion to their problems with
alcohol.

Meeting Reading Format

Go to the How it Works reading or back to Meeting Reading page.

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