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IF YOU WANT TO DRINK, THAT’S YOUR BUSINESS.

IF YOU WANT TO STOP, THAT’S OURS.

Do you feel that drinking is negatively affecting your life?
Do you wish you could quit, but you don’t feel like it is possible?
If you want our help, we are Alcoholics Anonymous and have found a new way to live happily without alcohol.
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Have you seen the new SEPIA Bulletin Board?

Keep up on all of the latest events and announcements in the Southeastern PA AA Community. Have an announcement? Use the Announcement Request Form to have it added to the Bulletin Board.

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We’re glad you’re here.  This site has changed dramatically over the past year and we want to make sure you can find what you’re looking for.  Below, you’ll find a SEARCH box where you can type in some text describing what you’re looking for.  If you experience issues with this site, please use the SUPPORT button pinned to the upper left side of the menu.  If you have general questions and can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to call the office at (215) 923-7900.

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Thursdays at 7pm- No Shame in Our Game

**Starting February 2nd** New meeting is being held Thursdays at 7pm in the Pro-Act building in Bristol. Located at: 1286 Veterans Highway #D6 Come out and show support!
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Three Corners Group-New Location!

Three Corners Group has relocated to Woodcrest Church Thouron and Mt. Pleasant Time is still Sundays at 6pm
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Cooperation with Professional Community (CPC) for Montgomery County – 3rd Saturday

CPC of Montgomery County is in need of volunteers. To escort students, you must have one year of sobriety, have a good understanding of AA, attend two CPC meetings (one must be at the SEPIA office) and shadow an escort for training. First Montgomery County meeting...
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Round Up Logo Contest – win $150 cash prize – entry deadline 1/23/17

SEPIA will again be hosting a LOGO contest for the 2017 Annual Round Up that will be held in Cape May, New Jersey from April 7th to 9th, 2017. The Theme for this year’s Round Up is:   ROCKING LEGACIES – UNITY, SERVICE, RECOVERY.   All are welcome to...
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Thursday, January 26- Doylestown Weekend

Food, Fun, and Fellowship. Doors open at 7 pm with food and fellowship. double speaker meeting will start at 7:30 pm. Located at: Salem UCC Church 186 E. Court St. doylestown-wkend.pdf (10…
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Friday, January 27-The Intergroup Noon Meeting 16th Anniversary

Come and celebrate the 16th Anniversary of The Intergroup Noon Meeting. We will have two speakers and meeting will start at noon. Food donations are gratefully accepted, and all are welcomed. (See attached flyer) Meeting is located at the SEPIA Office: 444 North...
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Saturday, January 28th- 12 Steps Workshop

Come and join us for this workshop. Starts at 10 am and goes till 4 pm. Later this evening will will be having a speaker meeting as well starting at 8:30 pm. Located at: St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 301 N. Main Street, Doylestown
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Sunday, January 29: Round Up Planning Meeting – 12 noon

Must attend this Planning Meeting if you want to chair a workshop Help select the topics for all meeting by attending the planning meeting for the round up for April 7th to 8th of 2017! Located at the SEPIA office at 444 North 3rd Street from Noon to 3 pm. All...
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Saturday, February 4th – Night Owl Anniversary Party

Night Owl is celebrating thier anniversary with 2 speaks, potluck, and a DJ. Door will open at 10pm and event will end at 1am. Come out to William Way Center to help us celebrate. Any food or beverage donation is welcomed. 1315 Spruce Street, Phila. See flyer...
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Saturday, February 11th- The Tacony Group’s 27th Anniversary

Doors will open at 6pm, and double speaker meeting will be held at 7pm. Food, fun and fellowship, bring a newcomer!! Food donations are appreciated. Located and the Wissinoming UM Church 4419 Comly St. See flyer below for more details: tacony-anniv.pdf (4…
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Don't Miss a Single Announcement

Entries on the Bulletin Board can be targeted for a specific Zone or County, or can appear on the General – All County Section. The above is an excerpt from each of the Zone Announcements. Click below to view the complete announcement board for all counties. Don’t miss the updated announcement request form to submit an announcement that you’d like to have appear on the bulletin board.

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Use our new Meeting Finder to locate a meeting near you. There are 1765 meetings, at 573 locations across 169 areas in Southeastern Pennsylvania. You’re bound to find one near you.

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Stay in tune with the AA Community in the Southeastern PA area with the SEPIA Events Calendar.

Get in Service

Our Twelfth Step — carrying the message — is the basic service that the A.A. Fellowship gives; this is our principal aim and the main reason for our existence. Therefore, A.A. is more than a set of principles; it is a society of alcoholics in action. We must carry the message, else we ourselves can wither and those who haven’t been given the truth may die.

AA Program

In order to stop drinking and stay stopped, we have a few simple suggestions used in A.A.’s program that can work for you as they have worked for countless others. Click here to learn more about the AA program.

SEPIA Information

SEPIA covers the Southeastern Pennsylvania area, including the city of Philadelphia and the surrounding counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery. Our primary purpose is to carry the message of recovery to the alcoholic who still suffers. If you want to drink, that’s your business; if you want to stop, it’s ours.

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