WAAFT IAAC News and Information

May You Join Us Soon..in Austin!

May You Join Us Soon..in Austin!

The 2016 We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers – International AA Convention (WAAFT-IAAC) is happening very soon on the weekend of November 11 – 13 in Austin, Texas. The expected number of convention attendees is on track to exceed Santa Monica, reflecting the tremendous growth of our movement since then…

Latest Developments for WAAFT-IAAC 2016

Latest Developments for WAAFT-IAAC 2016

The planners of WAAFT IAAC 2016 have just issued new updates about the convention in Austin. Tickets will be going out this week! A bar code has been paired with your PayPal transaction number and will be sent in an email that you can print or show at the door…

Convention Update from WAAFT IAAC

Convention Update from WAAFT IAAC

Many passionate and dedicated individuals with varying lengths of sobriety who have different viewpoints and experiences – but are united in their desire for a secular AA atmosphere both in Austin and in their home groups – will speak. The convention will carry the message of secular recovery to all those who…

Rebellion Dogs Radio: Identity, Beliefs and Worldview | Dianne and Pam from WAAFT IAAC

Rebellion Dogs Radio: Identity, Beliefs and Worldview | Dianne and Pam from WAAFT IAAC

In this episode of Rebellion Dogs Radio, Joe C. takes a look at identity issues for people in recovery, and chats with Pam W. and Dianne P. about the upcoming We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Convention to be held in Austin, Texas this November…

Secular AA Convention Seeks Suggestions and Volunteers

Secular AA Convention Seeks Suggestions and Volunteers

The convention in Austin is only a little more than six months a way, and there’s still a lot of work to be done. The convention planning committee is seeking suggestions and volunteers, and to assist in that effort AA Agnostica has created a form that will allow you…

Update | We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Convention

Update | We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Convention

“The WAAFTIAAC Board, together with the host committee in Austin Texas, would like to assure the secular AA community that plans for the convention in Austin in November this year are progressing quite well. While we’ve had some changes of people, these events are just part of the normal…

Letter from the Secular AA Convention Planners

Letter from the Secular AA Convention Planners

Please come and join us and other secular members of AA from around the world at our 2nd WAAFT International AA convention in Austin, Texas on the weekend of November 11 – 13, 2016. We are part of the growing and evolving Fellowship within AA of people who have no beliefs…

Workshops at WAAFT IAAC 2014

Workshops at WAAFT IAAC 2014

There were a variety of interesting workshops on all matter of subjects at the We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Convention in 2014. What workshops and panels would you like to attend in 2016…

Panels at WAAFT IAAC 2014

Panels at WAAFT IAAC 2014

There were a number of interesting panel discussions at the We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Convention held in Santa Monica, California in November 2014. This is not a complete list, but it’s a good sample of the majority of the panels…

Fellowship Speakers at WAAFT IAAC 2014

Fellowship Speakers at WAAFT IAAC 2014

The first night of the convention in Santa Monica featured the Fellowship Speakers starting with Joe C. from Rebellion Dogs Radio and author of Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for Twelve Step Life. Joe abbreviated his talk in the interest of time, but it was a great kick off to the…

Keynote Speakers at WAAFT IAAC 2014

Keynote Speakers at WAAFT IAAC 2014

The keynote speakers at the first We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Convention included; the Rev. Ward Ewing, former Class A Nonalcoholic Trustee of the General Service Board of AA, Phyllis H, then Manager of the General Service Office, and Marya Hornbacher, author of Waiting: A Nonbeliever’s Higher…

Why You Must Go to Austin

Why You Must Go to Austin

If you attended the first We Agnostics, Atheists and Freethinkers International AA Convention in 2014, then you are one of some three hundred people who experienced a very special and unique event. I would even say it was an historic event…