Official Website of the Reading-Berks Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous  P.O. Box 12157 Reading, PA 19612

The next monthly Reading-Berks Intergroup meeting is 7:00 PM Tuesday March 28th at
One United Church of Christ
1730 New Holland Rd. Reading, PA 19607

For GPS directions, click on the address above, use the digital schedule, or the phone meeting guide app to visit us!

Looking for the digital, online meeting schedule? It’s right HERE!

What’s new on your website for the New Year 2023?

—Have you wondered what is appropriate content for the Reading-Berks Intergroup website?  GSO has published suggestions and guidelines including MG-18 “AA Guidelines for the Internet”SMF-101 “FAQs about AA Websites” & SMF-197 “Anonymity Online & Digital Media“.—

**What can I do differently in recovery in 2023? Check out activities around our area!

**Read the Q4 2022 edition of “We”, your Area59 quarterly news letter.**

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Important Notes for the AA Community: 


—The Reading-Berks Intergroup Public Information committee is looking for volunteers to help in their mission. Email the chairperson for information, or join us the 4th Tuesday of every month at 6PM before the monthly Intergroup meeting.—

—Interested in attending AA inside BCP? Jail meetings are returning in 2023. For Details or  Contact info click the link.—

—The 12th Step page is back on the website! Check out the current commitments and opportunities for service!—

—Current printable meeting schedules are available in 2 different sizes on the Meeting Info Page of the website.— 

***The address to send contributions to Area 59 (EPGSA) has changed.  Please visit the “CONTRIBUTIONS PAGE” for details.***
As a reminder, the address to send contributions to GSO in NY was also changed last year.

EPGSA 2022 has come and gone. Here are results and details. Hope to see you again in 2023!***

**What happened at the 2022 GSO conference?  Details here. or download/read the results document from the GSC.**

Meeting Updates, Changes & Special Events

—“The Tribe” Virtual meeting has updated their format. Visit them on line Monday thru Saturday at Noon. — 

—The Leesport Group is hosting a “Start Your Day Over With Pancakes Extravaganza” March 25th. Click the link for details!—

—Join the Freedom from Bondage Group for the 1st Annual Spring Speaker Fest April 23,2023 @EDI in Leesport. Click the link for Details!—

—The start time for the Friday meeting of the Gibraltar Group has changed to 7PM on 2/3/23. Hope to see you there at the new time!—

—On Wednesday 2/1/23 the Birdsboro Group meeting time was changed from 730 to 7PM. Spread the word!—

—On Monday 2/6/23 the Language of the Heart Group meeting time was changed from 7pm to 630PM. Pass it on!—

Women’s Hope W/AA  is no longer a virtual meeting.  They now meet in person every Thursday at 630PM. —

—The Topton Group has changed their meeting time and is in need of support. Check them out every Tuesday now @7PM!—

—The Walnut Street Recovery Group is in need of support at their 8 PM meetings every day of the week. Please bring your E. S. & H.!—

—The Books & People Meeting in Reading needs support. Change up your routine and check out a new meeting! — 


If you want to drink, that’s your business.
If you want to stop, that’s our business.

Help is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Call the RBI Hotline at 610 373-6500

Reading-Berks Intergroup is comprised of member AA groups located within Berks County, Pa.  We are one of 11 Intergroups that reside in the Area 59 Eastern Pennsylvania General Service Area.

Reading-Berks Intergroup is not affiliated with any outside organization or institution.
We exist to serve the Alcoholics Anonymous groups & members in the Berks County, PA  area.

The AA Preamble
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people 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 AA 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 achieve sobriety.

Copyright The AA Grapevine, Inc. Reprinted with permission.

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