AA Meeting: Primary Purpose

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Location Name: Old Austin Peay - End of Building

Address: 2974 Austin Peay Hwy

City: Memphis

State: TN


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Schedule

Day Time Info
Friday 10:00:00 AM Closed, Discussion
Monday 10:00:00 AM Closed, Discussion
Monday 5:30:00 PM Closed, Discussion
Saturday 10:00:00 AM Big Book, Closed, Discussion
Saturday 5:30:00 PM Closed, Discussion
Sunday 5:30:00 PM Discussion, Open
Thursday 10:00:00 AM Closed, Discussion
Tuesday 10:00:00 AM Closed, Discussion
Tuesday 5:30:00 PM 12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Closed, Discussion
Wednesday 10:00:00 AM Closed, Discussion
Wednesday 10:00:00 AM Closed, Discussion
Wednesday 5:30:00 PM Discussion, Open

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AA Meeting located at Primary Purpose in Tennessee, Memphis with Closed, Discussion. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international fellowship requiring no membership dues or fees dedicated to helping alcoholics peer to peer in sobriety through its spiritually inclined Twelve Steps program. Non-professional, non-denominational, self-supporting, and apolitical, an avowed desire to stop drinking is its sole requirement for membership. Despite AA refusing to endorse the disease model of alcoholism, to which its program is nonetheless sympathetic, many members independently promulgating it has led to its wider acceptance.

An Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting is where alcoholics and people who struggle with substance abuse gather for one hour to discuss their experience, strength, and hope. However, AA members attending an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Primary Purpose, Memphis, TN, will share their experience getting sober through their anecdotes with anyone seeking help with a drinking problem.

Every individual who takes part in an AA group is advised to read the Big Book, the organization's Bible. The Big Book provides stories of inspiration and recovery resources that will help you on your journey to achieving long-term sobriety. In it, the book explains both the 12 steps of AA and 12 traditions of AA. As you move to the second half of the book, you will find personal stories from those who have overcome an AUD. Additional stories are added each time a new edition of the Big Book is released. These are relatable for many people in recovery and serve as hope and motivation to maintaining sobriety. Just like at Ada Bible Church.

Most Importantly, there is no religion, creed or race, for membership, just the yearn to get sober and live a happy & healthy existence without alcohol. So, in conclusion, this is a free way to find AA Meetings near Memphis, TN. That is why we use AA Meetings Locator.

Because each Memphis, TN Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is autonomous, they can run each meeting as they see fit. Therefore, some meeting formats may vary, and you can also find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Memphis, TN that do not. We recommend reaching out to the local Alcoholics Anonymous intergroup to acquire more information on Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Hermosa Memphis, TN, or navigating to AA Meetings Locator via aa-meetings.com or call 1-866-920-0628 to find out more information.

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