Category: History – Modern

Rainbow

The Rainbow Group

By bob k On Saturday, October 26 of last year, at the Alano Club in Oshawa, some courageous folks held the first ever LGBTQ-friendly AA meeting in the Durham region. It’s called, appropriately enough,...

Arizona Secular AA Conference

Introduction By Ralph B Our Many Paths secular meeting in Langley, BC is planning for a regional conference May 16, 2020. The Arizona Secular AA conference gave Brad and me an opportunity to do...

My New Home in Alcoholics Anonymous

By Diane I I never intended or wanted to be an alcoholic or even a person who drank too much. I was actually afraid of alcohol in high school and didn’t start to drink...

Staying Sober Without God

Staying Sober Without God – Practical Step One

AA Version: Admitted we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives had become unmanageable. Practical Version: Admitted we were caught in a self-destructive cycle and currently lacked the tools to stop it. The...

The Role of the Secular AA Board

By Sam E Secular AA Member and Secular AA Inc. Board Chair Mandate and Purpose The mandate (purpose(s) and goal(s)) of the Board is to carry out our mission and vision: Mission Statement:  “Our...

An Inspiring SOAAR

By John S On September 7, 2019, I attended the second biennial Secular Ontario AA Roundup (SOAAR) held at the First Unitarian Church in Hamilton. Having now been home for a week, I’ve had...

The Secular Ontario AA Roundup

Register now! And come with a carpool of friends! By Roger C The second SOAAR will be held in Hamilton. SOAAR? What the heck is that? It stands for Secular Ontario Alcoholics Anonymous Roundup....

Many Paths

Evolution of a Secular Meeting

By Ralph B. History The Many Paths to Spirituality meeting was started on Sunday August 28, 2016, in Langley, British Columbia. It was launched by me and Lorrie K. I had picked up a...

The Purpose of AA Agnostica

By Roger C This week AA Agnostica turned into an eight year old website! And a dynamic and busy site it truly is: in all, counting today’s post, 522 articles have been published. That’s...