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DaySuburb & Group NameTimeMeeting TypeBuilding TypeMeeting AddressAdditional InfoPost Code
MondayIslington - Walk-In Group12.00 NoonIDSt Marks Church of Englandcorner of Robert & Norfolk Ave - Islington On 7 Days a Week2296
MondayNewcastle - Fellowshi[p of the spirit group6.00 pmBig Book StudyChurch Hall (Basement hall)Cnr Auckland and Laman St - NewcastlePark in car park meeting in hall under church2291
MondayBolton Point Group06.00 pmBig Book StudySalvation Army Rooms156 Bay Road - Bolton Point2283
MondayBranxton Group07.30 pmIDAnglican Church Hall44 Cessnock Road - BranxtonNear Pub2335
MondayNewcastle - Contact Group07.30 pmIDJoy Cummings center cnr Scott & Pacific Sts2300
MondayWarners Bay Group08.00 pmIDLions Club Hallcnr King and Sweet Sts - Warners Bay Opposite High School2282
MondayRaymond Terrace Group08.00 pmIDSt Brigids Church Hall65 William Street - Raymond Terrace2324

AA Meetings Explanation

Open Meetings: Open to alcoholics and non-alcoholic. (Attendance at an A.A. meeting is the best way to learn what A.A. is, what it does, and what it does not do.) All Meeting are Open unless they have a (Closed) after Meeting Name

ID Meetings: At ID meetings, A.A. members tell their stories. They describe their experiences with alcohol, how they came to A.A., and how their lives have changed for the better as a result of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Closed Meetings: Are only available to people with drinking problems

Steps or Big Book Meetings: (Big Book - Nickname for the book Alcoholics Anonymous our basic text that shows us how to do the 12 steps) discussion of one of the Twelve Steps or a reading from the Big Book.

Topic Meetings: We read a topic from one of our conference approved books and then discuss that reading.