A warm welcome to our new 2020-2021 Steering Committee Members!


Become an Intergroup Representative or a Committee Liason!

Attend one of the upcoming Five-County Zone Meetings being held online, Monday, November 9th at 7:00 pm to get more information.

SEPIA Online Committee / Zone Meeting Information November 2020 through October 2021.

See our November Calendar for when all the Committees and Zones Meet --

November 2020

Spirit of Rotation

The pamphlet, The AA Group offers good guidance on rotation, and the need for it. This carries through to other levels of service – intergroup, region and the General Service Board. Traditionally, rotation ensures that group tasks, like nearly everything else in A.A., are passed around for all to share. Many groups have alternates to each trusted servant who can step into the service positions if needed. To step out of an A.A. office you love can be hard. If you have been doing a good job, if you honestly don’t see anyone else around willing, qualified, or with the time to do it, and if your friends agree, it’s especially tough. But it can be a real step forward in growth — a step into the humility that is, for some people, the spiritual essence of anonymity.

Among other things, anonymity in the fellowship means that we forgo personal prestige for any A.A. work we do to help alcoholics. And, in the spirit of Tradition Twelve, it ever reminds us “to place principles before personalities.” Many outgoing service position holders find it rewarding to take time to share their experience with the incoming person. Rotation helps to bring us spiritual rewards far more enduring than any fame. With no A.A. “status” at stake, we needn’t compete for titles or praise — we have complete freedom to serve as we are needed.

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