Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they might solve their common problem, alcoholism. There are no dues for membership; the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Alcoholism affects people of many different ages, races, and walks of life, and they all attend AA meetings.
There’s an open AA meeting at Trinity every Monday through Friday at 12 noon in the basement; the entrance is on St. Clair Street.
If you are having to reduce and limit your in person contact due to the recent spread of Coronavirus, know that we want to continue to offer our unconditional support to our brothers and sisters in recovery in any way that we can. You can follow this link to an intergroup of on-line meetings available at different times, sometimes daily, some a few times per week. Some of the meetings are live-streams you can view into, some are interactive on-line meeting platforms such as Zoom, and some are chat-rooms.