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Introduction > General eAA Concepts > Procedures > Guidelines > Positions

We encourage (strongly suggest) all our trusted servants to become familiar with A.A. literature pertaining to groups and service, including:

The book "Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions" (the Traditions parts)

The pamphlet "The A.A. Group ...Where it all begins"

"The A.A. Service Manual," and "A.A. Guidelines" (the entire set).

Familiarity  with Conference-approved literature.

We encourage all trusted servants (coordinators, moderators, and monitors, secretaries) to read the workbooks "Public Information" and "Cooperation with the Professional Community".

We suggest that all venue leaders (coordinators, moderators, monitors, secretaries) have some previous service experience as a group representative, or through committee work, General Service work or Intergroup participation.  

Reference: Links: A.A. Traditions and (The Long Form)

The A.A. Service Manual combined with 12 Concepts for World Service, PDF

The A.A. Group ...Where it all begins, PDF

 

Introduction > General eAA Concepts > Procedures > Guidelines > Positions

Interesting reference: A.A.© Guidlelines - Internet 

Other helpful A.A. Guidelines http://aa.org/lang/en/subpage.cfm?page=36

Added: 01/27/13 Modified: 06/13/13

 

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