"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."
Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, page 132 (Tradition 2)
Agenda for Group Conscience - September 4, 2022
To be posted a week before Group Conscience
Saturdays at 9am (CST)- Beginning Feb. 12
Zoom Meeting ID: 864 7764 1199
(From the A.A. pamphlet, “The A.A. Group”) Some groups have steering committees. At steering committee meetings, questions related to group practices, selecting a slate of candidates for office, and other group issues often are tackled first by the steering committee (or group service committee), which goes to the group for its members’ group conscience decision. In many cases, the officers and/or past officers make up the committee, which usually meets at regularly scheduled times. For a small group, a steering committee composed of three to five members has been found to work well. For larger groups, 12 or more members provide a better cross section of group experience and can share the workload more easily. In some groups, a rotating committee (with members rotated on and off periodically) serves the same purpose as a steering committee.
Sisters In Sobriety Trusted Servants Positions
Election held January 2, 2022
Roberta B. - Kate M. (volunteer alt.)
General Services Representative (GSR)
Scripts and Chips
Virtual Meeting Admin
To send a message to any of the trusted servants, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org and your message will be forwarded.
Archive of Group Conscience Minutes
The approved minutes also include the Treasurer's report and GSR reports for each month.