Corona Zoom and Call in Schedules

Updated 7/11/2020 Call In & Zoom Meeting List (you can download the list here on the next page) Colonial Beach: Back Roads Group – resumed – 5:30 pm Wednesday Carmel United Methodist Church Gloucester: Saturday 7:00 Young and Sober is meeting in the parking lot of Apostles Lutheran. Monday – 7:00 pm Men’s meeting at Wayne W. Monday – 7:00 pm ...
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Reopenings as of 10/7/20

Many meetings never closed or have reopened and not updated this site.  The following are known to open as indicated: Sunday Sunrise Serenity – 8:00 AM – Kilmarnock – new location, Kilmarnock Rescue Squad building next door to the hospital. NEW ADDRESS: 61 Harris Rd. Kilmarnock VA 22482. This is an in-person meeting. The new location is ...
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Free Grapevine Access

Grapevine and La Viña are here to help Due to the current changing health situation, many AA meetings across the U.S. and Canada are finding it safer to close. To help members during this time, we are giving everyone free access to all of our 2020 Grapevine and La Viña issues. (The audio to Grapevine’s stories ...
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Meeting calendar alternative

While the Meeting Guide App is wonderful in many respects it does not allow the posting of temporary closings or the posting of special events.  To remedy this, District 15 runs a redundant calendar through Google Calendar.  Our District 15 Google Calendar is public and the whole thing is available on this website under the ...
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Gloucester Monday nights

June 15, 2020 The Gloucester Men’s scheudled to resume Monday, June 15 is postponed due to weather. The Ladies Monday Night scheduled to resume June 15 is still on as they have a back plan for incliment weather. I do not have any notice on when the Sunday Ware Live and Grow Group will resume meeting. The Gloucester 8:00 ...
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