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Home Office Update
The Mid-Mississippi Intergroup meets on the first Thursday of every month at 650 E. South Street (where Central Group meets) at 6:30pm. All are welcome! We would like to see all local groups represented, as well as any Zone 4 groups that would like to participate; bring it up in your group conscience meetings! If you have any questions at all, please feel free to call Randy or myself at the numbers listed below.
The Central Office will be open Tuesdays and Fridays from 12 to 6 PM. If you have a large book or chip order, it's helpful to call or text one of us with a list so we can get it ready for you to pick up. For special needs outside of regular business hours, give us a call to see if we can help.
NOTE: We NO LONGER require Curbside Pickup!!!
Come on in! If door is locked, PLEASE knock or ring doorbell, we will let you in.
Central Office (601) 982-0081 (voice only)
Paxton P. (252) 399-3911 (Office Manager)
Randy B. (601) 540-3203
Online Meeting Information
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, many groups started hosting online meetings using Zoom. All current groups have resumed in-person meetings, but many continute to host online meetings in addition to their in-person meetings. Please refer to this page for access information and updates to local online meeting schedules. For additional online options and other resources such as speaker tapes and more, please go to "aa-intergroup.org".
We publish an events list for the wider local area on a regular basis. The list is available in the Sobriety Gazette, by email, or on this website. If you would like to be on the email distribution list for this, as well as current intergroup information, please let us know. If your group would like to add an event to this list, please contact us with the details, or send a flyer.
Mid-Mississippi Intergroup / Central Office Monthly Meeting
Thursday, July 6, 2023, 6:30 PM
650 E. South St, Jackson, MS
All are welcome. *** We NEED your group to send reps! *** Meets every first Thursday. Corner of South and Commerce, where Central Group meets.
2023 Old Timers Roundup Planning Meeting
Sunday, July 9, 2023, 3:15 PM
650 E. South St, Jackson, MS
Second Sunday of every month until the Roundup. ALL ARE WELCOME (Roundup will be August 25 - 27, 2023) One need not be an Old Timer to participate.
District 43 Monthly Meeting
Monday, July 10, 2023, 5:00 PM
3939 Northview Dr, Jackson, MS
4801 Building. All are welcome. GSRs and AGSRs are encouraged to attend. Meets every 2nd Monday.
"Donuts With Our Delegates"
Saturday, July 15, 2023, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
St. Philips Episcopal Church, 5400 Old Canton Rd., Jackson, MS
Hosted by District 44. ALL ARE WELCOME General Service Conference Report & Fellowship with Area 37 Delegate Charles T.
Area 37 State Convention "Happy Joyous and Free in 2023"
July 21 through 23, 2023
Thad Cochran Center, 121 W Memorial Dr, Hattiesburg, MS
Speakers, Hospitality Room and more. Click here for more info..
Georgetown Family & Friends Picnic
Saturday, July 22, 2023, 12:00 PM until
Roosevelt State Park 2149 MS-13, Morton, MS
Sponsored by Georgetown & Forrest Group. $2 per person, $6 swimming age 12 and older, $11 water slide. Contact George H. for more information. (601) 212-0478.
District 44 Monthly Meeting
Sunday, July 30, 2023, 6:00 PM
Temple Beth Israel 5315, Old Canton Rd., Jackson, MS
Beth Israel Temple, in the back. All are welcome. GSRs and AGSRs are encouraged to attend. Meets every last Sunday.
The Sobriety Gazette is a publication of Mid-Miss Intergroup. The purpose is to improve communication between local A.A. groups, inform and encourage participation in service opportunities and events that promote sobriety. Opinions expressed do not necessarily indicate endorsement by the Central Office or Acoholics Anonymous as a whole.
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What is Intergroup?
Intergroup is a service office dedicated to supporting its members in helping newcomers who are seeking Alcoholics Anonymous.
How is it operated?
A small staff of special workers* which includes the Office Manager and an Assistant Manager that manage all daily office activities. There is a 7-member elected board. Each person is a member of Alcholics Anonymous. ( * Tradition 8 )
Who pays for it?
AA group and individual member contributions, the sale of publications from AA World Services, Inc. and the AA Grapevine, sobriety chips, and various other assorted recovery-related materials (i.e., books and pamphlets).
Does my AA Group have a voice in it's affairs?
Yes! Each AA Group should have an Intergroup Representative. In addition to participating in the affairs of Intergroup, those representatives job is to inform their home group about Intergroup and the local service opportunities available.
We have our own meeting place, why do we need Intergroup's help?
Intergroup phone volunteers help newcomers find your meeting location. Your Intergroup phone lines are the permanent link to connect members to AA groups in our zone (Zone 4), in addition to all of Mississippi.
How can my group be of service?
You can start by seeing that your group has a voice (representative) at the monthly Intergroup meeting. Additionally, your group members can contribute their time for the 12th Step opportunities ensuring that the AA message reaches the still-suffering alcholic.
What services does your AA Intergroup provide?
- Answer phones 24 hours a day
- Information & meeting location calls
- AA literature - English and Spanish
- AA Grapevine Publications
- Manage Intergroup finances
- Provide financial information to members
- Make 12-Step calls
- Special events
- Meeting directories
- Cooperation with outside agencies
- Maintain the Intergroup website