Announcing: “AAWS Fall Flash Sale!”

Dear Friends,
We are delighted to announce our “AAWS Fall Flash Sale!” — as we are busy
performing autumn housecleaning in our warehouses.
For a limited time only, we are sweeping out our warehouses and offering the
following AAWS literature and other items with a very Special Discount Offer and
Reduced Prices! (Note: Some items are in limited quantities. While supplies last.)
Special Discount Offer: Spend $200 total and get an additional 15% off!

  • Books in print format
    Our Great Responsibility: A Selection of Bill W.’s General Service Conference
    Talks, 1951-1970. Lavishly illustrated volume with archival images throughout.
    (Item B-70) Regular List Price: $12.00 Reduced Price: $3.00
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Facsimile First Printing of the First Edition
    (Item B-0) Regular List Price: $12.00 Reduced Price: $3.00
    History Book Shelf (4 volumes)
    Alcoholics Anonymous Facsimile First Printing of the First Edition,
    A.A. Comes of Age, ‘Pass It On’, Dr. Bob and the Good Oldtimers
    (Item B-33) Regular List Price: $38 Reduced Price: $30.00
  • Literature in CD format
    (Item M-72) History of Service Regular List Price: $9.60. Reduced Price: $3.00
  • Literature in Cassette Tape format
    (Item MB-1) Alcoholics Anonymous (abridged).
    Regular List Price: $5.00. Reduced Price $1.00
    (Item MB-1A) Alcoholics Anonymous
    Regular List Price: $9.50 Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item MB-1B) Alcoholics Anonymous (with Braille tabs)
    Regular List Price: $9.50. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item M-37) Voices of Our Co-Founders
    Regular List Price: $4.80. Reduced Price: $1.00
    (Item *M-38) Bill Discusses the 12 Traditions
    Regular List Price $6.31. Reduced PrIce: $1.00
    (Item SMB-1) Alcoholicós Anónimos
    Regular List price: $6.00. Reduced Price: $1.00
  • Literature in VHS format
    (Item VS-11) It Sure Beats Sitting in a Cell
    Regular List Price: $9.60 Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item VS-16) “Hope AA” 1.2”
    Regular List Price: $12.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item VS-20) Bill Discusses the 12 Traditions
    Regular List Price: $6.31. Reduced Price: $1.00
    (Item VS-25) Carrying the Message
    Regular List Price: $8.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item SVS-17) Spanish “Hope” (¾” U-Matic)
    Regular List Price $25.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item SVS-16) – Spanish “Esperanza”
    Regular List Price $15.00 Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item SVS-21) Spanish Bill’s Own Story
    Regular List Price: $8.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item SVS -24) Spanish Your A.A. GSO
    Regular List Price $12.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item SVS-11) Spanish “It Sure Beats Living in a Cell”
    Regular List Price $12.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item FVS-24) French Your A.A. GSO
    Regular List Price: $12.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    (Item FVS-25) French “Carrying the Message”
    Regular List Price: $12.00. Reduced Price: $3.00
    Note: All discounted reduced prices are combinable with other discounts.

Revised and Redesigned Pamphlet “Young People    in A.A.” (Item P-4)

Dear A.A. Friends,

We are delighted to announce that the new revised and redesigned pamphlet “Young People in A.A.” is now available for ordering.

This revised item of General Service Conference-approved literature features new stories by seven young A.A. members, and we follow their experience, strength and hope as they share: how it was, what happened, and what it is like now on their sober journeys as members of our Fellowship.

With input and feedback from young A.A. members attending recent YPAA’s, this beautifully redesigned pamphlet includes colorful illustrations crafted by one of our most beloved Grapevine illustrators and debuts with much enthusiasm from all who helped to con-temporize its presentation of A.A.’s message of hope – and deliver it to the Fellowship.

TGIS Doylestown AA Group New Location

TGIS Doylestown AA Group

The TGIS Group that formerly meet at the Doylestown Hospital is now Open at a new location. It has been a long COVID Shut down for this very popular weekend speaker group so please help spread the word. CLICK HERE FOR FLYER

New Location Doylestown American Legion
315 North Street
Doylestown PA 18901

Off Street Parking, Large Clean Meeting Room, Handicap Accessible

Meeting Times: Saturday 11:00 am – Sunday 8:30 am

TGIS Doylestown AA Group
Come Support Our New Post COVID Start Up

District 23 Covid 19 Public Information

Contact District 23 with suggestions CLICK HERE

Have we reached out to our local radio stations about Area 59 PSA

We contacted WRDV Hatboro

Have we contacted local Rehabs and halfway houses with website info and Zoom Meetings

Possible Contacts:
Brooke Glen Rehab, Fort Washington Pa


(The General Service Office has made this optional statement available as an A.A. service piece for those groups who wish to use it.)

Suggested Statement on Safety Our group endeavors to provide a safe meeting place for all attendees and encourages each person here to contribute to fostering a secure and welcoming environment in which our meetings can take place. As our Traditions remind us, the formation and operation of an A.A. group resides with the group conscience. Therefore, we ask that group members and others refrain from any behavior which might compromise another person’s safety. Also, please take the precautions you feel are necessary to ensure your own personal safety, for example, walking to your car in a group after a meeting. If a situation should arise where someone feels their safety is in jeopardy, or the situation breaches the law, the individuals involved should take appropriate action. Calling the proper authorities does not go against any A.A. Traditions and is recommended when someone may have broken the law or endangered the safety of another person.

Service Material from the General Service Office

Our Common Welfare
Each member of Alcoholics Anonymous is but a small part of a great whole. A.A. must continue to live or most of us will surely die. Hence our common welfare comes first. But individual welfare follows close afterward. —Tradition One (Long Form) It is hoped that our common suffering as alcoholics and our common solution in A.A. will transcend most issues and curtail negative behaviors that could jeopardize the safety of anyone attending an A.A. meeting. Nevertheless, Alcoholics Anonymous is a microcosm of the larger society we exist in. As such, problems found in the outside world can also make their way into the rooms of A.A. For this reason, groups and members discuss the topic of safety — to raise awareness in the Fellowship and to seek through sponsorship, workshops and meetings, to create as safe an environment as possible to carry A.A.’s message of hope and recovery to the still-suffering alcoholic.

Free Issues, Audio and Youtube AA Grapevine On Line

Due to the current changing health situation, many AA meetings across the U.S. and Canada are finding it safer to close. To help members during this time, we are giving everyone free access to all of our 2020 Grapevine and La Viña issues. (The audio to Grapevine’s stories will be available as well, so people can listen to the stories if they like.) Please share with your fellows. We have also included a link to our Youtube channel with some original audio stories as well as other important information.

To visit: A.A. Grapevine Site To Read 2020 Issues Free of Charge

A.A. Grapevine on YouTube
Find on Youtube channel some original audio stories and other important information.
GrapeVine YouTube Channel Click Here

Audio download The recorded 2020 issues are available for download.


Grapevine is here to help during this corona virus crisis

On-Line Area 59 Pre-Conference Sharing Session

Dear Fellow Members,

With the current public health situation created by the COVID-19 pandemic, your Area 59 Officers have been working to understand and follow PA health officials’ advice regarding our event planning. As previously announced, Eastern PA General Service (Area 59), has cancelled our April 5th Pre-Conference Sharing Session that was to be held at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.

We are developing a system that will enable all AA Members to gain access to a set of discussion threads and to share their perspectives on 13 select Agenda Items. The following link can take you to the site:

Once you are there, you click “apply for membership” and our site administrator will set your email up to access the “Area 59 Pre-Conference Sharing” section. Once you agree to follow some good manners guidelines and state that you are a Member of A.A., you will be given access. Then you will be able to click on individual items, access the Agenda Item background information and see other Member’s sharing on each topic

The purpose of the sharing is to give our Delegate an idea of the group conscience from across Area 59 in order to prepare to participate in the annual General Service Conference (G.S.C.). (Only elected Delegates participate in the G.S.C.) The G.S.C. is where final deliberations and decisions are made with regard to the group conscience for all of A.A. on the Agenda Items. This year, the G.S.C. will be held the week of April 17th and it will be a virtual conference through online meeting technology due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

So, as a Member, please know that we value your input. You can find additional information on our Area 59 website: You should also feel free to contact any Area 59 Officer or your Delegate (delegate at area59aa dot org.) If you have questions or issues with the sharing site or in gaining access to it, please contact officer-at-large at area59aa dot org.

Virtual Meeting Readings

How It WorksPreambleThe Promises

On-Line Blue Card

This is an On-Line meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. We are glad you are all here — especially newcomers. In keeping with our singleness of purpose and our Third Tradition which states that “The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking,” we ask that all who participate confine their discussion to their problems with alcohol.
When we use digital media, we are responsible for our own anonymity and for protecting that of others. When we post, text, or blog, we should consider whether we are publishing at the public level. When we break our anonymity in these forums, we may inadvertently break the anonymity of others.
Please No Recording Screen Sharing/Shots and remove your last name from participants list. > Click Participants > YourName > More > Rename
Thank You

This is a variation of a service piece provided by: (The 1987 General Service Conference) for on-line groups who wish to use it.)