An "atheists and agnostics" meeting is an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting like any other in that the primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety. Some AA meetings have a specialty in supporting some members who may struggle with typical meetings, for example women, gay and lesbian, people in health care or... Continue Reading →
From Merriam-Webster Dictionary: secular adjective sec·u·lar 1b. not overtly or specifically religious A secular AA meeting is a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous with a format that does not promote any specific religion, spiritual beliefs, or concepts of higher power. A secular meeting format does not contain prayers or readings that promote any particular worldview, religious or... Continue Reading →
We meet in Summit House beside the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Unitarian Universalist church at 703 Rugby Road on Mondays at 7:30pm. We use a secular meeting format with no prayers. Feel free to contact us with any questions. Or visit the Charlottesville Atheists in Alcoholics Anonymous Meetup webpage.