Alternative -- "digital" AA Meetings:
AA Meetings by telephone - click here
AA Meetings by Video-Conference - click here
AA Weekly Meeting places (day/time/location)
Check whether your Meeting Location is open due to COVID-19 restrictions: click here
Meeting Lists are printed in AA Reviver: Click here
Service Council Delegates' Meetings go 'digital' -- enabling Member participation via Video-Conferencing.
AA NSW Service Council Inc has Quarterly Meetings (February, May, August and November) where representatives of participating AA Meeting Groups (Delegates) and individual AA Members receive update information and make decisions about helping the AA Fellowship.
The next Meeting is the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on 30 August 2020 by Zoom Video-Conferencing. The usual venue for "in-person" meetings is presently not available due to COVID-19 restrictions. Members decided last year to include "digital" meetings of the Service Council. We invite participation of regional and remote AA Meeting Groups across NSW, to enhance our democratic process and transparency. All Delegates and AA Members across NSW are warmly welcomed.
Zoom Screen User Name
accidentally breaking anonymity?
The Steps and Traditions of AA stress the importance of preserving the anonymity of members and warning against breaking anonymity in various media forms. The 'digital' era provides new challenges compared with conventional press and radio, especially because members using 'digital' platforms might accidentally reveal their own identity just by signing-in to video-conferencing using the (default) setting full name or within their email address. The user name can be changed easily, and we thought it might be helpful to share the information below.
How to Maintain Anonymity in an Online Zoom Meeting: When you join a Zoom meeting, you will see a screen “Join a Meeting” and a box with your name in it. You can change your name in the box before joining a meeting so that you maintain anonymity. Also see this link.