Here’s A List Of Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings In Harare & Bulawayo

Harare

Monday

1:00PMAvondale GroupAnglican Church, King George0733 402 424
5:30PMWomen’s GroupKingsmead Chapel, kingsmead Road0782 970 71
5:30PMGreendale GroupValhalla Scout Hall, Queen Elizabeth Drive0772 616 716
0777 082 444
6:00PMMarlborough GroupSt Canisius Catholic Church, Malborough0772 210 665

Tuesday

5:30PMGreendale GroupValhalla Scout Hall, Queen Elizabeth Drive0772 616 716
0777 082 444
6:00PMMarlborough GroupSt Canisius Catholic Church, Malborough0772 210 665
8:00PMAvondale WhatsApp Group

Wednesday

1:00PMAvondale GroupAnglican Church, King George0733 402 424
5:30PMZOOM Online MeetingID: 725 453 1368
Password: AAeastlea
0788 257 798
6:00PMMarlborough GroupSt Canisius Catholic Church, Malborough0772 210 665

Thursday

5:30PMZOOM Online MeetingID: 725 453 1368
Password: AAeastlea
0788 257 798
6:00PMMarlborough GroupSt Canisius Catholic Church, Malborough0772 210 665

Friday

5:30PMKingsmead ChapelKingsmead Road0778 854 693
6:00PMMarlborough GroupSt Canisius Catholic Church, Malborough0772 210 665

Saturday

10:30AMGreendale GroupValhalla Scout Hall, Queen Elizabeth Drive0772 616 716
0777 082 444
1:00PMAvondale GroupAnglican Church, King George0733 402 424
6:00PMMarlborough GroupSt Canisius Catholic Church, Malborough0772 210 665

Sunday

5:30PMZOOM Online MeetingID: 725 453 1368
Password: AAeastlea
0788 257 798
6:00PMMarlborough GroupSt Canisius Catholic Church, Malborough0772 210 665

Daily

6:00PMMarlborough WhatsApp Group0782 009 156

Bulawayo

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

17.30 to 18.30Light in the Life Centre68 Pauling Road, Suburbs
Turn left off L Takawira as you are driving from town to Ascot

What is Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our Primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

What happens at an AA meeting?

An AA meeting may take one of several forms, but at any meeting, you will find alcoholics talking about what drinking did to their lives and personalities, what actions they took to help themselves, and how they are living their lives today.

If I go to an AA meeting, does that commit me to anything?

No. AA does not keep membership files, or attendance records. You do not have to reveal anything about yourself. No one will bother you if you don’t want to come back.

What happens if I meet people I know?

They will be there for the same reason you are. AA does not disclose your identity even to outsiders or even others inside our fellowship. You retain as much anonymity as you wish. That is one of the reasons we call ourselves Alcoholics Anonymous.

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