Seeds of Service Newsletter
The WPA Area 60 newsletter is published quarterly by the Area Committee. It is for AA members only. The opinions expressed are those of the contributors and not necessarily that of the Area Committee or Alcoholics Anonymous as a whole.
Paper copies are distributed to DCM's at each regular quarterly meeting for redistribution to AA groups through their GSRs. A PDF copy of the newsletter is available below. It can also be sent electronically to DCMs and GSRs, if the Area Registrar has a correct email address.Notify Me of New Issues!
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Varieties of Big Book Study Experience Survey
We hosted a Big Book group survey for all Area 60 groups to complete that are a Big Book Study type of group. This is for an article in honor of the 69th General Service Conference's theme: "Our Big Book-80 years 71 Languages", and we wanted input from AAs across western PA.Survey Results
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GENERAL SERVICE– OUR MIGHTY PURPOSE & RHYTHM
Going Beyond Fear
HOW DO AA’S GO TO ANY LENGTH TO RECOVER, UNIFY, & SERVE?
Service in a Changing World
UNITY IN A CHANGING WORLD
ATTRACTION THROUGH ACTION
Service – Keeping AA Relevant
UNITY – PRACTICING OUR PRINCIPLES
Recovery – Who is missing in our rooms?
Tomorrow’s world - Courage to be vigilant
Today's World - Demonstrating Integrity, Anonymity, and Service
Yesterdays World, Our Legacies Begin
Our Meetings: Purposes, Needs, and Etiquette
Group Conscience: The Guiding Force
AA Technology: Where Innovation Meets the Traditions
Participation in all of AA - Is my triangle balanced?
Today's Alcoholic: Inclusion, Not Exclusion
Self-Support and the Future of AA
I am Responsible
Attraction, Not Promotion
Fellowship VS Membership
Connecting to Our Higher Powers
Connecting to AA as a Whole
Connecting To Others
Connecting With the New Comer
Inventory-Looking Back to Move Ahead
Safeguarding Our Traditions through the Evolution of Technology
Safety and Respect - Practicing the Principles
Diversity in A.A. - Our Heritage of Inclusion
Inventory - A Guiding Tool to Our Future
Participating in Our Common Welfare through Contributions
Passing it on Through Sponsorship
Recovery, Unity, Service
The Spirit of Rotation
Home Group: The Heartbeat of AA
Our Solution in Action
Rewards of Service