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About PEI A.A.

Temporary Meeting Closures

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, Central Office in Summerside will be closed for the next couple of weeks. For further information, please contact us at info@peiaa.ca.

Note: These changes have NOT been reflected in any of our main meeting directories online or in the printable trifold.
District Group Location Notes
1 Sunday AA Meeting St. Eleanor's Community Center, Summerside (Morning Meeting) Due to recent COVID-19 measures, meetings at this group are suspended until January 31st, 2022.
1 Water Street Group St. Eleanor's Community Center, Summerside Due to recent COVID-19 measures, meetings at this group are suspended until January 31st, 2022.
1 Brown Baggers Group Central Office, Summerside Due to the temporary closure of Central Office, meetings at this group are suspended for the next couple of weeks.
1 Big Book Stories Central Office, Summerside Due to the temporary closure of Central Office, meetings at this group are suspended for the next couple of weeks.
1 Downtown 12 Step Group 150 Industrial Cres, Summerside Due to recent COVID-19 measures, meetings at this group are suspended for the time-being.
1 12 Promises Group 74 Summer St., Summerside Group conscience has determined that meetings will be suspended with the recent COVID-19 measures and will resume on February 1st, 2022.
1 Park Corner Group Kensington Town Hall UPDATE: Meetings will resume at this group on February 1st, 2022 at the normal place and time!
1 Women's Serenity Group Church of the Nazarene, Summerside Meetings at this group are postponed until further notice.
1 Evangeline Big Book Group Club 50, Abram's Village In-person meetings have been moved to Zoom (online). The meeting ID is 861 9842 2276 and there are no passcodes necessary.
2 Hillsboro Park Group Sherwood Church of the Nazarene Due to recent COVID-19 measures, meetings have been suspended until further notice.
2 Queen Street Group Trinity United Church This group has suspended meeting until further notice.
2 Goodwill Group Trinity United Church This group has suspended meeting until further notice.
2 Twelve & Twelve Group Spring Park United Church, Charlottetown This group has suspended meetings until further notice.
12 Montague Group Cornerstone Baptist Church, Montague The group conscience has agreed to close this meeting until further notice.

AA Preamble

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strenght 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.

Copyright © The AA Grapevine, Inc. Reprinted with permission.

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District 12

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Municipalities include:
Souris, Montague, Cardigan, St. Peters, Murray River, Iona, Saint Theresa.

District 2

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Charlottetown & area, Stratford, Covehead, Cornwall, Winsloe, Long Creek

District 1

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Municipalities include:
Summerside, Miscouche, Seven Mile Bay, Kensington, Stanley Bridge, North Rustico

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Tignish, Alberton, St. Louis, Coleman Corner, Egmont Bay, Richmond, Freeland, Cape Wolfe

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All districts and municipalities that host an online (Zoom) meeting will be listed here.

PEI AA News

Update to the Website and New Additions

8th December, 2021

Welcome, friends:

We are happy to inform you that as of today, we have made several changes to your PEI AA website. You'll notice that we have moved our Events & Anniversaries section that was previously below to its own dedicated tab in the menu above. There, you will notice three options: the first is the original Events & Anniveraries section just moved to a separate page. The second is a website dedicated to the Eastern Canada Regional Forum 2022 being held here in PEI in Charlottetown. Lastly, you'll notice a new addition to the website: a form for you to submit a request to have your anniversary or your group's anniversary posted on our website for all to see so that they may celebrate with you and others in the gift of sobriety!

Once again, if there is anything that you cannot find while browsing our website, please feel free to reach out! We are happy to help if you need it.

Sincerely,

PEI AA Web Committee