District 7 Events
Oakland Mills WILL meet on Wednesday December 25 and January 1
6800 Oakland Mills Rd, Columbia, MD 21045
Waterloo will NOT meet Thursday December, 26
B.Y.O. Big Book
6:30 pm Saturdays
New Hope Lutheran Church
8575 Guilford Road & corner of Eden Brook
District Business meeting
Second Thursday each month - 7:00 pm at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 6004 Waterloo Rd., Columbia, Md.
Group Accessibility Checklist
Please use this checklist to provide information about accessibility where your group meets, to help the district provide accessibility support for groups and members. Forward to email@example.com
Safety and AA: Our Common Welfare
New GSO Service piece
Looking for your next service position?
District 7 is always looking for new committee members.
If your interested either contact the District Committee Member
Or attend the next district meeting which occurs the second Thursday of each month, 7:00 pm at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, 6004 Waterloo Rd., Columbia, Md.
Read the Basic Text of Alcoholics Anonymous.
The Big Book can be found at the
Howard County Library
English, Spanish, French, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese and ASL
Search Alcoholics Anonymous. Note Links provided do not constitute affiliation by District 7 or Alcoholics Anonymous. Results may vary.
A district is a geographical unit containing the right number of groups - right in terms of the committee member's ability to keep in frequent touch with them, to learn their problems, and to find ways to contribute to their growth and well-being.
Reprinted from The A.A. Service Manual combined with The Twelve Concepts of World Service, p.S31 with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.
Who attends District meeting?
Any A.A. member can attend the district meeting, but usually each groups General Service Representative attends for the group.
What is a General Service Representative?
The general service representative has the job of linking his or her home group with A.A. as a whole. The G.S.R. represents the voice of the group conscience, reporting the group's thoughts to the district committee member and to the delegate, who passes them on to the General Service Conference. This communication is a two-way street, making the G.S.R. responsible for bringing back to the group Conference Actions that affect A.A. unit, heath and growth. Only when a G.S.R. keeps the group informed, and communicates the group conscience, can the Conference truly act for A.A. as a whole.
Reprinted from The A.A. Service Manual combined with The Twelve Concepts of World Service, p.S26 with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.