Southeast Georgia AA Intergroup Meets the First Tuesday of the Month at 6:30pm
the Unitarian Church
1710 Gloucester Street
Brunswick GA 31520
*Masks Required and Social Distancing will be enforced*
An Intergroup is a partnership among AA groups in a community with the sole purpose of carrying the message of AA to the alcoholic who still suffers.
INTERGROUPS ARE A PART OF AA AS A WHOLE?
Yes. In fact, according to the AA Guidelines for Intergroups, at the time the General Service Conference was formed, there were already well-established Intergroups/Central Offices throughout the US and Canada.
The AA pamphlet: The AA Group Where It All Begins states: Although local intergroups operate independently of AAs worldwide service structure, they are a vital part of the Fellowship. (Page 35)
The AA Service Manual, p. S37, states: Central offices (Intergroups) provide local services; general service committees maintain the link between the A.A. groups and the A.A. General Service Board by means of the Conference. So these two separate but vital service structures coexist in mutual cooperation and harmony.
In addition, Intergroups are listed in the AA Directories published by AA World Services, as well as in AA Area Directories.