80 West Louise (2850 South)
South Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Today is Tuesday February 21 and to me it feels like I am over a week early with this submission but our editor informs me that I am actually a week late. Possibly you noticed that your March edition of the lifeline actually arrived around the 1st of March rather than middle of March as
Friday Night Fallout Shelter is a new meeting in Midvale. They meet Fridays at 7 PM at St. James Episcopal church on 7486 Union Park Ave. More info here.
For those seeking service opportunities taking AA meetings into the jails: we now have the current application available for download. This is for Salt Lake County and does not cover the state corrections facilities. After filling out the application send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unable to scan your completed application bring it to the
The February 18th All-Groups meeting is being hosted by the “Happy Destiny Group” and the topic is “Happy, Joyous and Free.” Pot luck begins at 6pm, meeting at 7pm. See, print and share the attached flyer.
When I came to Alcoholics Anonymous in 1983, I wondered, sometimes aloud, why didn’t someone “take over.” The process of group conscience seemed ponderous and some members seemed not astute enough to make the “right” decisions. I was told by my sponsor that in the group conscience our ultimate authority, God, speaks and that we
Step two, “came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.” The compulsion to drink for me was not the only “Merciless obses-sion” that came to compel me in my insanity of alcoholism. Having had lost faith in the God I had come to perceive as punitive, wrathful and vindictive.
What have I done on my days off lately? Saturday morning January 21,2012. After a short walk around the old neighbor hood Lucky (world famous Yellow Lab and ace pheasant finder) my trusty companion and side kick took a short ride to AA Central Office 80 W. Louise Ave. Upon arrival it was very obvious