The Buzz | January 8, 2021

The January Issue of The Point is Posted!

That’s right, y’all. You know where the teasers are (they’re below the short stack). Check out the full issue here, along with The Point’s very own podcast, right here!

Teleservice and Banana Pancakes by Luke H.
“More often than not I don’t know a thing about what I’m doing when I first try something, and what I do know is usually wrong. Such has been my experience with Teleservice in San Francisco.”

Another Perspective on Service by John W.
“As a grateful heir to the legacy of those who walked the walk before me, I found the limitless lode would only pay dividends if mined for the rest of my life with the proceeds given away entirely.”

And don’t miss out on these gems: Letters to the Editor, Little Sister, Follow the Golden Rule, and much, much more!

SF General Service DCM Workshop

Outgoing and former General Service Reps, are you interested in continuing your General Service participation? Interested in becoming a District Committee Member, but not sure how? Join General Service before their next business meeting, this Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 @ 6:45pm PST for a New DCM Workshop! Meeting info below and at this link.


Parents in Recovery: Reading & Discussion

A doctor said to us, “Years of living with an alcoholic is almost sure to make any wife or child neurotic. The entire family is, to some extent, ill.” (Pg. 122, Big Book).

All are invited to share their experience, strength and hope at a Zoom reading and discussion of “The Family Afterward,” starting next week, from 6:30-7:30pm PST over four consecutive Tuesdays (January 12th, 19th, 26th & February 2nd).

Zoom Meeting ID: 844 0631 2649

Please email 12.stepevents@gmail.com for the meeting password and for any questions. This information is also available here on the Events Page of aasfmarin.org.

The Big Book further advises families to realize that, “all will not be fair weather,” as the alcoholic starts their recovery. Early recovery is a major test for families, often continuing for many years. But there is no going back if we want healing for ourselves and our loved ones. Family challenges faced by recovering alcoholics are not unique to each, whether they have “time,” are in early recovery, or are new to A.A. We are not alone.

The Week in Service…

  • The Point Committee meeting is on Saturday.
  • GGYPAA meets on Sunday.

  • SF Public Relations Orientation and Business meeting is on Monday.
    • Orientation @ 6pm PST
    • Business @ 7pm PST

  • SF General Service Orientation and Business Meeting is on Tuesday.

  • SF Service Manual and Concepts Study is on Tuesday.

  • Marin H&I Business Meeting is on Tuesday.

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