The Accessibility Committee for District 23 welcomes you to our web-based audio/video AA meeting!
It’s very easy join via web browser, mobile app or by phone.
We use the Zoom Web Conferencing platform. You can access the meeting for FREE using a web browser, the Zoom mobile app or by traditional phone. It’s very simple – see below.
Big Book Study
Every Sunday at 7 p.m. CST
Join us for a discussion about a section from the first 164 pages of Alcoholics Anonymous.
If you are having difficulties, or would like further assistance, please email the Accessibility Committee. We may be able to arrange a service call to help you get set up for our online meetings.
Format for weekly meeting:
You can view the current format for the weekly meeting HERE. Feel free to comment inside the document to make suggestions about changes.
This is a Big Book study. If you would like to use an online version of the Big Book, go to the AA Website Big Book Online.
More information about our web meetings:
Participating by telephone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location) US: +1 646 558 8665 or +1 408 638 0986 and enter Meeting ID 114-051-909. You will be asked for the Meeting ID and a Participant ID. If you do not have a Participant ID, simply skip this step by pressing the # key.
These are audio/video meetings. As with most face-to-face AA meetings, they follow a set format guided by a meeting chairperson. There’s a button that lets you turn off your video camera if you prefer not to be seen, and if you prefer just to listen, you are welcome to pass when called upon. You don’t have to give your name or any contact info to join us, and you can participate from pretty much any device — even a plain old telephone. All of our meetings are OPEN meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous.
We ask that you show common courtesy during our video meetings. Please make sure to do the following:
- Please try not to interrupt others. This can be difficult in a web conferencing system but please allow others to finish sharing before requesting to speak.
- Refrain from the use of vulgarity of any kind.
- Refrain from causing distractions or holding up a meeting. If necessary, leave the meeting and come back when you are ready to participate.
- The Golden Rule: Treat others as you wish to be treated.