Welcome to the Greater New York Area Intergroup (GNYAI)

 

 

NY Intergroup Info Line (646) 770-0811

NY Intergroup e-mail: greaternewyorkaca@gmail.com

To order literature: gnyaliterature@gmail.com

Donations to Intergroup

GNYAI Treasurer, Dawn M. PO Box 1399, New York NY 10163

One way to meet fellow travelers in the Intergroup and to be heard is to attend intergroup phone meetings and face-to-face meetings. Join us on the call or next face-to-face meeting! And “Keep Coming Back, we need you more than we need your money…”

 

Intergroup Business Meeting Every Third Sunday 7pm

(641) 715-3655                access code number    878556#

       

Please share the announcements and reports you receive in your e-mail and hear at the business meetings with your group: during the announcements portion of your meeting; and/or during the business meeting.

If you have any further questions call the Greater New York Area Intergroup Information Line (646) 770-0811),we’d love to talk to you!  

We can also send you a mailing with more information about Intergroup. Send your mailing address to   greaternewyorkaca@gmail.com

The Big Red Book recommends donating after monthly or quarterly expenses and prudent reserve,the remaining 60% of the group’s balance.  You can mail this contribution as a check or money order to: 

                                 GNYAI Treasurer, Dawn M. PO Box 1399, New York NY 10163

 

We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you for your service!

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"I perform service so that my program will be available for myself, and through those efforts, others may benefit. I will perform service and practice my recovery by:

 


1. Affirming that the true power of our program rests in the membership of themeetings and is expressed through our Higher Power and through group conscience. 
2. Confirming that our process is one of inclusion and not exclusion; showing special sensitivity to the viewpoint of the minority in the process of formulating the group conscience so that any decision is reflective of the spirit of the group and not merely the vote of the majority. 
3. Placing principles before personalities. 
4. Keeping myself fit for service by working my recovery as a member of the program. 
5. Striving to facilitate the sharing of experience, strength, and hope at all levels: meetings, Intergroups, Regional committees, service boards, and World Services. 
6. Accepting the different forms and levels of service and allowing those around me to each function according to their own abilities. 
7. Remaining willing to forgive myself and others for not performing perfectly.
8. Being willing to surrender the position in which I serve in the interest ofunity and to provide the opportunity for others to serve; to avoid problems ofmoney, property, and prestige; and to avoid losing my own recovery through theuse of service to act out my old behavior, especially in taking care of others,controlling, rescuing, being a victim, etc. 
9. Remembering I am a trusted servant; I do not govern.”