Effective March 20, 2020 and until further notice, ALL MEETINGS of GITC will be Closed Big Book studies (we will not be having last Friday of the month speaker meetings) and will be conducted virtually via ZOOM.
If you have any questions, feel free to email them to email@example.com or text them to (917) 698-0722. God Bless!
To join our meeting on any Friday, click the ZOOM link below just before 7:30pm CST. (All ZOOM meetings can be accessed via your desktop, laptop or on the ZOOM app for Android or iOS.
Digital Basket (7th Tradition)
Our Primary Purpose
A.A. co-founder, Bill W., said, “Our chief responsibility to the newcomer is a clear and adequate presentation of the program.” The primary purpose of our group is to provide that clear and adequate presentation through the sharing of our rich and personal experiences of its Three Legacies (Recovery [Steps], Unity [Traditions], & Service [Concepts]) with the still suffering alcoholic.
An excerpt from “A.A. Comes of Age”
“Alcoholics Anonymous works upon the novel principle that a recovered alcoholic can reach and treat a fellow sufferer as no one else can. In so doing, the recovered alcoholic maintains his own sobriety; the man he treats soon becomes a physician to the next new applicant, thus creating an ever expanding chain reaction of liberation, with patients welded together by bonds of common suffering, common understanding, and stimulating action in a great cause.”