Here you will find all the latest news and announcements of interest to our community.

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…

Kansas City Secular AA Groups Celebrate

Kansas City Secular AA Groups Celebrate

On August 6, 2016, the two secular AA groups in Kansas City, Missouri will celebrate the anniversaries of their groups. Roger C. from AA Agnostica will be the featured speaker. This will be considered an open meeting, all are welcome…

In Recovery Magazine | Practicing Virtue by Steve K.

In Recovery Magazine | Practicing Virtue by Steve K.

The summer issue of In Recovery Magazine features an article by Steve K. Steve is the author of 12 Step Philosophy of Steve K. You can learn more about Steve at his blog 12 Step Philosophy…

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…

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…

Secular AA Beginners Meeting on Skype

Secular AA Beginners Meeting on Skype

Starting on Sunday April 17, 2016, the Beginner’s Meeting will host a second set of sessions to study A.A.’s 12 Step method,. There are six sessions. Each session is one hour. The meetings will be held using Skype technology – voice only, no video cameras…

A Motion to Relist Secular AA Groups

A Motion to Relist Secular AA Groups

Approximately 5 years ago the Greater Toronto Area Intergroup (GTAI) and the Vancouver Area Intergroup (VAI) committees delisted a number of secular AA groups by refusing to list their meetings in the community meeting guides (printed and online) and furthermore banned secular intergroup representatives from voice and vote at intergroup…

In Recovery Magazine Article | A Twelve Step Agnostic in AA by Steve K

In Recovery Magazine Article | A Twelve Step Agnostic in AA by Steve K

The Spring 2016 Issue of In Recovery Magazine features an article authored by our friend Steve K. whose help with this site is much needed and appreciated. Steve writes about his early struggle with sobriety until he became comfortable with a humanistic approach to the Twelve Steps. Steve believes in…

AA Atheists and Human Rights

AA Atheists and Human Rights

On May 31, 2011, two agnostic AA groups were booted out of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Intergroup and off of the area AA meeting lists. That was disturbing and offensive to many people within the fellowship of AA. Within a few days an article appeared on the front page…

AA Grapevine Seeks Stories from Agnostics and Atheists in AA

AA Grapevine Seeks Stories from Agnostics and Atheists in AA

The AA Grapevine has announced that it’s October 2016 issue will feature stories from atheists and agnostics in AA. The magazine, known as “AA’s Meeting in Print” is the official International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Since 1962, the Grapevine has published a total of 40 stories from atheists…