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District 49 Committee Meetings


2nd Friday every month

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Live on June 18th.

Trinity UCC
22 Lafayette St.
Tapaqua, PA 18252


District 49


DCM: Joe L

ADCM: Chris H

Secretary:  Monica A

Treasurer: Wayne H



Acting Chair: Joe L


Grapevine Subcommittee

​Acting Chair: Monica A​

Our committee is pleased to setup a display and provide a short talk on the history of A.A.'s, "stories in print." Contact your chairperson to schedule the Grapevine at your next meeting, event or workshop.

Hospitals & Institutions

Acting Chair: John R

Public Information Subcommittee

Unity Breakfast Subcommittee




Celia A

Barb D

Corrections Subcommittee

Women's Chair: Millie A

Men's Chair: Chris H


Is A.A. for You?

Only you can decide whether you want to give AA a try – whether you think it can help you. 

A.A. for the Older Alcoholic

Never too late.

This pamphlet will acquaint you with some men and women from a wide . . .

Understanding Anonymity

Anonymity is the

spiritual foundation of all our traditions ever reminding us to place principles . . .

Speaking at Non-A.A. Meetings

For A.A.s asked to speak to organizations outside the Fellowship about A.A., alcoholism . . .

Sure Beats Sitting in a Cell

An illustrated pamphlet that presents the experience of seven inmates who found A.A. while in prison. It . . .

Message to Teenagers

How to tell when drinking is becoming a problem. A simple 12-question quiz to help you decide.

The A.A. Member - Medication & Other Drugs

Some A.A. members must take prescribed medication for serious medical problems.

The 12-Steps Illustrated

The Twelve Steps Illustrated — An easy-to-read version of A.A.’s Twelve Steps. 

Frequently Asked Questions about A.A.

Alcoholism is recognized as a major health problem. 

This is A.A.

An introduction to the A.A. program.

Is there an Alcoholic in Your life?

Only you can decide whether you want to give AA a try – whether you think it can help you.

The 12-Traditions Illustrated

A Distillation of A.A. Experience.  As newcomers, many of us say to ourselves, “Let the group officers . . .

Young People and A.A.

Too young?

Coming into A.A. as young people, we found that there were common . . .

Problems Other than Alcohol

Perhaps there is no suffering more horrible than drug addiction, especially that kind which . . .

Questions & Answers on Sponsorship

Uses shared A.A. experience to answer 34 questions likely to be asked by persons seeking . . .

The 12-Concepts Illustrated

Brief, easy-to-read text and clever illustrations make the Twelve Concepts for World Service clear . . .