Marin Fellowship: Make Your Opinion Count!

With your input, San Francisco and Marin Intergroup is working to make the Marin Pop Up Bookstore more effective and accessible for A.A. members in Marin. Take a moment (two minutes, to be exact!) to share your thoughts as it will help us determine what’s next for the Marin Pop Up. 

Fill out the survey here and please share it with fellow A.A. members in Marin. The deadline for responses is February 29. Thank you for your feedback!

February Issue of The Point is Here

The latest edition of The Point, featuring works by local A.A. members, is available now. Find the most recent issue here. Would you like to write for The Point? View upcoming monthly themes and writing prompts here

Sinbar Pie and Ice Cream Social

Step Study Workshop

Marin Fellowship Committee is hosting “From Doctor’s Opinion to Spiritual Experience: Gaining Understanding and Momentum in the Twelve Steps” on February 8 @ 6:30pm at Marin Lutheran Church, in Corte Madera. 

Super Bowl, Meeting and Fellowship

Super Bowl Sunday is February 11. Head to an A.A. meeting @ 2pm at Homeward Bound (1385 N. Hamilton Parkway, Novato) followed by kick off at 3:30pm. Bring your favorite dish to share. A $10 donation is suggested to cover the cost of food, but no one will be turned away.

Does Your Meeting Have an IGR?

The Outreach Committee is working to increase IGR participation in San Francisco and Marin Intergroup and help Intergroup better serve all of you. There are currently 50 IGRs representing over 900 groups in San Francisco and Marin. Please share this flier at any meetings you attend.

Highlights From G.S.O.

Click to read the latest Quarterly Report from the General Service Office where you’ll find recent activities of the General Service Board, A.A. World Services, Inc., and AA Grapevine, Inc. Bob W., G.S.O. General Manager shared an update on A.A.’s financial challenges and recent increases to contributions.

PRAASA is One Month Away

The purpose of the Pacific Region A.A. Service Assembly (PRAASA) is to:

  • Develop greater unity among the members, groups, and areas of the Pacific Region.
  • Encourage the exchange of ideas and experiences.
  • Provide an opportunity for members to discuss pertinent aspects of Alcoholics Anonymous. 
  • The Assembly and the PRAASA Committee should always foster the Recovery, Unity and Service legacies of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Register and sign up to volunteer here

Service Opportunities

We Must Reach Out to Others

For the love of Groundhog Day, please share this information and encourage your A.A. fellows to subscribe to The Buzz. The Buzz is produced by San Francisco and Marin Intergroup.   

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