Use the links on the Districts page to find local meeting schedules and how to contact AA in your community.
To search for a meeting anywhere in the U.S. and Canada, use the Meeting Finder on AA.org.
To save on shipping costs, groups and individuals can order literature in any quantities from the CMIA32 Literature Committee by email at Literature@cmia32.org or call Ray H. - his phone number is in the printed CMIA32 minutes.
The A.A. Grapevine magazine, "Our Meeting in Print", has recently published three new books, Step By Step, Emotional Sobriety II, and Into Action. Order these and other publications at the "Grapevine Store" or purchase from the CMIA32 literature table.
Groups wishing to send contributions to Area 32 can mail them to:
CMIA 32 Treasurer
% Tracey Gwinn
PO Box 144
Weidman, MI 48893-0144
Be sure to identify the group and remember — it isn't safe to mail cash. For GSO guidance on group contributions, see these publications:
Complete these forms and send to the Registrar to submit the information to GSO:
Every two years Central Michigan Intra-Area carries out an inventory to determine how well we are carrying the message and fulfilling the needs of our members and groups. Any member can participate but the inventory is particularly intended for GSRs to take to their groups for feedback. The results are in, although response was thin; you can download the final summary to read and share with your groups.
Purpose: The Intergroup, Unity Council, Central Office Committee (IUCC) at CMIA assemblies is for the express purpose of exchanging information, enhancement of the lines of communication, and to assist in the cooperation between all who are active in Alcoholics Anonymous' Third Legacy—Service. Read more…
The A.A. Grapevine is planning a special issue on Bridging the Gap (BTG) service. They are looking for stories of experience. If you have received joy from the service or help from the service, feel free to share your story. If you know others that have a BTG related story to tell, tell them about this opportunity too! Send your story to firstname.lastname@example.org.The deadline for stories is November 15, 2012.
The Special Needs Committee recognizes that there are some alcoholics who face physical challenges on a daily basis. You may have students, patients or clients with a drinking problem who might benefit from A.A.'s program of recovery. Resources available include:
We can also take meetings to alcoholics who are hospitalized, home-bound or in hospice. For more information, or to volunteer, email the Special Needs Committee.
On the following Sundays in 2015: April 26, July 26, October 25, the 3 Michigan Delegate Areas meet jointly to coordinate service activities. All members are welcome.
Corrections (11:30 a.m.), Grapevine (12:30 a.m.). General Statewide Meeting (1:30 p.m.)
Location: Lansing West Alano Club, 2909 W. Genesee St. (1 blk south of W. Saginaw St.) Lansing, MI
Statewide Service Committee web site
Came to Believe
Saturday, May 16, 2015, 12pm-4pm
Ypsilanti Free Methodist Church, 1800 Packard Rd, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Refreshments, Speakers, AA Meeting, and a Panel.
Download the flyer
District 8 Livingston County
Saturday, May 2, 2015, 9am-1pm
SonRise Church, 1130 W. Highland Road, Howell, MI 48843
Panel Presentations, Questions and Responses.
Refreshments, Pastries, and Snacks Served.
Download the workshop flyer
July 2-5, 2015 - Atlanta, Georgia
See web site for details.
Get the latest news and fliers for MCYPAA events around the state at the MCYPAA.org web site's "Events & Meetings" page.
This page last revised 04/23/15