Announcements

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Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, page 132 (beginning part of Tradition 11)

Saturday Speaker Meeting

This week: Nikki P.

8:00 PM CST

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Every Saturday 8:00 PM (CST) meeting. We have speakers from around the world who share their experience, strength, and hope. Join us online.

Listen to Past Speaker Meetings

Group Conscience

Sunday, August 4, 2024

4:30 PM CST

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If you would like to add items to the upcoming agenda, please email your request by 5:00 PM the Friday before Group Conscience.

sistersinsobrietytexas@gmail.com

Birthday Celebration

Friday, July 26, 2024

6:00 PM CST (Open)

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We celebrate sobriety birthdays on the last Friday of the month so if you have a birthday this month please email us if you want to celebrate.

 sistersinsobrietytexas@gmail.com 

LOOKING FOR NEW MEETING CHAIRS - QUARTER 4 - 2024

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN CHAIRING A MEETING? 

We have openings available for next quarter. Please consider this three month commitment, it is an amazing service experience.  It is open to women who have one year of sobriety or at least 3 months of sobriety and a sponsor’s approval. 

This schedule will be updated as positions are filled. If you have flexibility in your schedule request, let us know; we’d like as many people as possible to enjoy this service opportunity.

To have your name added to or removed from the schedule, email us at sistersinsobrietytexas@gmail.com

TELLING YOUR STORY?

ARE YOU TELLING YOUR STORY AT A DIFFERENT MEETING?

To all Sisters... If you are speaking at another meeting, let us support you! Send an email to sistersinsobrietytexas@gmail.com and we will announce your speaking engagement at our meetings.

UPCOMING AA EVENTS

TRADITIONS DINNER

12 Steps, 12 Traditions, and 12 Concepts

Hosted by District 40, with Judy L. and Jack W. as speakers.

AA-SETA.org

COMMON PERIL, COMMON SOLUTION, HARMONIOUS ACTION

43rd Annual District 90 Convention

Speakers, Door Prizes, Marathon Meetings, Sobriety Countdown, First Timers Contest, and more!

Beaumont AA Website

BRIDGING THE GAP

Weekend Workshop hosted by Area 40 of Montana

The annual Bridging the Gap (BTG) Workshop Weekend consists of presentations, discussions, shared experiences, and breakout session on BTG topics.

Website for details and to register.

SERVICE: VITAL TO OUR GROWTH

Southwest Regional A. A. Service Assembly (SWRAASA)

Visit website for details.

General Sessions, presentations, workshops, and sharing sessions. The weekend typically has between 800-1200ppl from 7 States and 11 Areas in the Southwest Region of the U. S. in attendance – people just like you who are interested in learning more about service in A. A. below the group level.

Register here.

1ST OIAA ONLINE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION

A 3 Day Global Event!

Join us for a virtual trip around the world in celebration of Alcoholics Anonymous and the universal language of the heart. A three day global event with each day highlighting a different global zone 

Over 50 Groups from 18 unique countries serving as meeting hosts 4 virtual conference rooms 70 International AA meetings to join all from inside OIAA’s Virtual Convention Center

Click here for website and details.

HAPPY, JOYOUS, AND FREE - 2025

S. E. T. A. Conference - 80's Theme

Speakers, Ice Cream Social, AA Historian, Marathon Meetings, 80's Dance Party.

Website for details and to register.

2025 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE

"The Language of the Heart will be Spoken Here"

Visit website for details.

Our in-person conference features everything you have come to expect from an IWC event including panels, workshops, speakers and fellowship with other sober women.


2025 INTERNATIONAL A. A. CONFERENCE

"90 Years - Language of the Heart"

Visit website for details.

Taking place once every five years, the A.A. International Convention marks the anniversary of Bill W.’s first meeting with Dr. Bob and the birth of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935. A.A. members and their families and friends from around the globe attend the event. At the International Convention people attend meetings, workshops, dances and events. A highlight is the traditional flag ceremony to celebrate sobriety worldwide.

Vancouver will welcome A.A. members from around the world for the 2025 International Convention. This will mark the 90th anniversary of the beginning of our Fellowship's founding. 

SOUTH EAST TEXAS AREA (S. E. T. A.) - DISTRICT 40

AA - GRAPEVINE NEWS

AA GRAPEVINE AUDIO PROJECT

Be a Part of Telling Your Story

AA Grapevine is collecting up to 7-minute-long stories from the Fellowship in the form of audio recordings. Share as you would in a meeting—or pick a topic of your own choosing, from making amends to working on a particular Step.

If your audio story is accepted by the AA Grapevine editorial staff, Grapevine will publish it in the form of a YouTube playlist or on another media platform.

Notes: Grapevine does not collect recordings from speakers at AA meetings. Audio stories should be roughly seven minutes in length.

AA Grapevine website for details.

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AA MEETING GUIDE APP

The Meeting Guide is a free-of-charge meeting finder App.

The app helps people find A.A. meetings and resources near them. A.A. service entities provide the meeting data for the app. Meeting Guide is available for iOS and Android smartphones.