Important Message from Intergroup

Freedom and HopeAs we are experiencing uncertain times it is important to remember what our program and our fellowship is all about:  Perfecting and enlarging our spiritual life through service and self-sacrifice for others.

As we continue to adjust to the new normal, the board has decided to suggest that face-to-face (f2f) meetings be avoided until the danger if this pandemic passes.

If you are struggling with fear and uncertainty, the first paragraph of PG. 63 of the Big Book can be helpful.  This is our goal in program and what we can share with EVERYONE!

(Please check the meeting list for special notices about meeting changes and you may want to contact the meeting contact to confirm).

Please also see more information about support for virtual meetings.

Finally, it is important that we do not give in to fear (as well as any other emotions)!  Be sure to continue your step work, continue to support, reach out and encourage one another, and, most importantly, continue to allow your HP to guide you!

The board is here to help groups and individuals carry the message so feel free to reach out to us with questions or concerns.

Atlanta OA Intergroup Board


Noon Groups Meeting on ZOOM

A ZOOM meeting option for those who wish to gather ‘virtually’ to share and study on weekdays at noon.  REVISED:  New link:

It is set up for every weekday at noon. It is free. You may have to download software or an App to use this tool. You can use it on your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop. This new link can allow a meeting longer than 45 minutes.

 If you are the first to arrive, please consider being of service by leading the meeting.  Our weekly schedule and some helpful links are below this message.  Also, because of high demand, there may not be phone-in options for the meeting. You should just be able to use the speaker on your phone, pad or computer.

Last but not least, please remember that our tradition of being self-supporting, and our expenses at the office, continue regardless of whether the space is being used. If you are able to do so, please consider sending in a donation during this time.

You are never, ever, under any obligation to do so to participate in OA.

If you choose to do so, please mark it as “noon groups” so that we can try to keep track of whether we are self-supporting.  Instructions are here:

Monday: Big Book of AA, Tuesday: Traditions, Wednesday: OA 12×12, Thursday: Tools and reading picked by leader, Friday: OA Brown Book.

Suggested Meeting Format (This is not our exact format, but perhaps you can modify it a bit and use it, if you wish)

Twelve Steps:
Twelve Traditions:

Navigating the OA Bookstore

Literature is an important tool for recovery! Some folks have reported challenges finding specific resources on the official OA Bookstore, so….

Here’s a guide with some quick links to key resources.

Did you know that OA even has some resources available for digital download or on mp3 files or audio CD’s?

In addition, if you like to use an e-reader, Amazon and Barnes and Noble have some books available in e-reader format. Some books are available in the library, too.

Don’t forget that public information/public outreach materials are available in the Intergroup Office in the plastic file drawers on top of the file cabinets. Let’s all reach out!