A.A. Preamble PDF version – Service Material from the General Service Office. Copyright © The AA Grapevine, Inc. Reprinted with permission.
Check with your probation officer or caseworker first, to make sure that attendance and our attendance proof at our Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group OPEN Beginner’s / Newcomer’s AA Meeting online will satisfy court-ordered requirements in your jurisdiction.
Confirmation is for attending one AA meeting held at https://www.OnlineGroupAA.org/
Attendance Proof is not counted as a week at a time.
If you would like your meeting attendance to count toward a court-ordered requirement, or for any other reason, we can provide free of charge attendance proof of your participation here at our website in our AA online group open beginners Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings Online ONLY.
Send one email request for each one of our online AA Meetings attended.
Email all the information below to OnlineGroupAA@OnlineGroupAA.org
Subject Line: Attendance Proof
Your email address:
Your name (first and last initial is fine):
Date you posted:
Time you posted:
Your message REPLY #:
Name of our AA meeting chairperson:
Topic Title of our AA meeting online:
You must actively participate in our AA meeting online (Post Your Thoughts).
It is not enough to simply be present.
Notice: screen shots and attendance sheets not accepted.
We do NOT host zoom meetings. We do NOT provide proof of attendance for meetings we do NOT host. Ask your zoom host for your proof of attendance, NOT us. No affiliation with zoom, usual disclaimers.
Under normal circumstances, we will do our best to return an attendance proof request within 24 HOURS. Not 24 minutes. Note: an international global worldwide pandemic virus is not normal. Please understand our AA Group non-paid volunteer trusted servants are working as fast as we can under these circumstances. We thank you for your patience. Apology offered for any inconvenience caused by our slow response time.
We are painfully aware that at times, it seems that we are moving slower than a herd of turtles running over a vat of peanut butter. – Rule 62.
The referred person is responsible for returning the attendance proof.
This attendance proof at meetings is not part of A.A.’s procedure.
Each group is autonomous and has the right to choose whether or not to sign court slips.
In some areas the attendees report on themselves, at the request of the referring agency, and thus alleviate breaking A.A. members anonymity.
Questions? Send email to: email@example.com. Call + 1 (904) 557-0110 (Amelia Island near Jawja). for assistance. Contact Us.
If at our AA home group, you do not find us, please leave a message that will remind us. Providing a correct, current telephone number with area code is essential if you desire a response to your questions. The use of given names and/or screen names is acceptable. Would you like information about recovery from alcoholism in A.A.? We welcome your questions, comments and requests.
Humility: “Perpetual quietness of heart. It is to have no trouble. It is never to be fretted or vexed, irritable or sore: to wonder at nothing that is done to me, to feel nothing against me. It is to be at rest when nobody praises me, and when I am blamed or despised, it is to have a blessed home in myself where I can go in and shut the door and kneel to my Father in secret and in peace, as in a deep sea of calmness, when all around and about is seeming trouble.”
~Dr. Bob and the Good Oldtimers, page 222. – The life story of the Fellowship’s co-founder interwoven with recollections of early A.A. in the Midwest. 26 photographs.
OnlineGroupaa.org Attendance Proof page updated Monday, August 2, Twenty 21. Pray Until Something Happens (PUSH)
“But you don’t understand, my case is different.”