Freethinkers of Alcoholics Anonymous Ireland

We are pleased to announce a new website created by Freethinking members of Alcoholics Anonymous in Ireland. Presently, there are not any secular AA meetings in Ireland, but that may soon change. If you are in Ireland and are interested in starting an AA meeting for agnostics, atheists and freethinkers, please send a message through the contact page on the site. 

About Freethinkers of Alcoholics Anonymous Ireland

The Freethinkers of Alcoholics Anonymous Ireland was inspired by similar recovery communities globally who searched for a path in the AA program of recovery but could not practice the spiritual or religious principles outlined in 1939.

The FTAAI is not affiliated with any other group or service organisation in AA.

Our purpose is to stay sober, to share our experiences navigating through a spiritual program as non-believers, to maintain continuous sobriety, and to ensure that the hand of AA is extended to every alcoholic who seeks help, without discrimination.

We hope for this site to remain an organic and autonomous project and we welcome all suggestions, input, and any experience our readers may have to offer.

Freethinkers of Alcoholics Anonymous Ireland

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Don Kilgannon

Perhaps instead of saying that presently there are no secular meetings in Ireland the Molesworth st meeting could be noted here

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Kathleen Cobb

Wishing you every success in this MOST worthy endeavour! cead Mile Failte????