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Name Day Type Time Address C O H S N B W M
6th Chapter Group(O) Sunday 11:00 am Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
H.O.W. Group Speaker Mtg.(O) Sunday Speaker Meeting 7:00 pm Church of Christ 1825 W. Kagy Blvd. ! ! !
There is a Solution(C) Thursday 07:00 AM Fellowship Hall 2165 Durston ! ! !
Step Study (O) Sunday Step Study 6:00 pm Deaconess Hospital 915 Highland Blvd Meeting Room E or F by Cafeteria ! ! !
Young People's Book Study(O) Sunday Book Study 7:00 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
Resentment and a Coffee Pot(C) Sunday 10:30 am Bozeman Deaconess Hospital 915 Highland Blvd. Sapphire, Meadowlark, or Wheatgrass Room. ! ! !
Early Risers(O) Sunday 11th Step Meeting 8:30 AM Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
It\'s in the Book(O) Tuesday Book study 05:30 PM Grand Avenue Christian Church, 110 S. Grand Ave Babcock & Grand ! !
Happy Campers Group(O) Monday 12:00 pm 1st Baptist Church 120 South Grand Avenue ! !
H.O.W. Group Beginners Mtg. (O) Monday Beginners Meeting 7:00 pm Church of Christ 1825 West Kagy Blvd ! ! !
Happy Campers(O) Tuesday 12:00 PM 1st Baptist Church Olive & Grand 120 South Grand Avenue ! !
Bozeman Primary Purpose (C) Monday 8:00 pm 2118 South 3rd (Pilgrim Congregational Church) Across from the Museum of the Rockies ! ! !
Stepping Stones(C) Monday 7:00 pm Pilgrim Congregational Stones 2118 S. Third ! ! !
Experience, Strength & Hope(O) Monday 7:00 pm Sore Elbow Forge Bridger Drive & Story Mill Road 955 Story Mill Road ! ! !
Rebellion Dogs(O) Monday 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
There is a Solution(C) Tuesday Discussion 7:00 am Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
Women's Step Study(C) Tuesday Step Study 12:00 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
Rebellion Dogs(O) Tuesday 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
There is a Solution(C) Wednesday 07:00 AM Fellowship Hall 2165 Durston ! ! !
Tuesday at 8 Group(C) Tuesday Discussion Meeting 8:00 pm Church of Christ 1825 W. Kagy Blvd Corner of 19th Ave and Kagy Blvd. ! !
Night Owls(O) Saturday Speaker Meeting 07:30 PM Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston Last Saturday of the month is a birthday meeting - all are welcome ! ! ! !
Bozeman Primary Purpose(O) Wednesday Big Book Study 8:00 pm 2118 South 3rd (Pilgrim Congregational Church) Across from the Museum of the Rockies Last Wednesday of month is Open Birthday meeting. ! ! !
Wednesday Noon Group(C) Wednesday 12:00 pm Grand Ave Christian Church 110 South Grand Ave Babcock & Grand ! !
Steps & Traditions Meeting(O) Wednesday Steps & Traditions 7:00 pm Grand Ave Christian Church 110 South Grand Ave Babcock & Grand ! !
Rebellion Dogs(O) Wednesday 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
H.O.W. Group Discussion Mtg. (C) Thursday Discussion Meeting, last Thur open Birthday Mtg 7:00 pm 1825 West Kagy Avenue ! ! !
Great Fact Group(C) Thursday 7:00 pm E Free Church 19th and Lincoln 1701 S. 19th Ave. ! !
Fellowship Group(C) Thursday 7:30 pm Grand Ave Christian Church 110 South Grand Ave Babcock & Grand ! ! !
The Itching Hour(O) Friday 09:00 PM Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
Big Book Study(O) Thursday Big Book Study 12:00 pm 120 S. Grand ave. 1st baptist church, corner of Olive & Grand ! !
Rebellion Dogs(C) Thursday Discussion Meeting 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
Young People\'s(O) Thursday 12 & 12 Study Meeting 7:00 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
Women\'s Serenity Group(C) Friday 12:00 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston Open birthday meeting last Friday of the month ! ! ! !
Fri Night Beginners(O) Friday Beginners Meeting 6:00 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
Friday Men's Group(C) Friday 12:00 pm 1st Baptist Church. Olive & Grand ! ! !
Rebellion Dogs(O) Friday 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
There is a Solution(C) Friday discussion 7:00 am Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
H.O.W. Group Discussion Mtg. (C) Saturday Discussion Meeting 8:30 am 1825 West Kagy Blvd Church of Christ ! ! !
Early Birds(O) Saturday 10:30 am Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! ! !
That Other Saturday Group(O) Saturday 8:00 pm St. James Episcopal Church 5 W. Olive ! !
There is a Solution(C) Monday discussion 7:00 a.m. Fellowship Hall 2165 Durston ! ! !
We Are Not Saints(O) Friday 12:00 PM MSU campus SUB 234 or as designated *Only during Fall and Spring semesters* ! ! !
Recovery House Meeting(O) Saturday 6:00 pm 1110 S. Bozeman apt A ! !
Pink Cloud Meeting(O) Wednesday Women's Meeting 06:00 PM Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
We Are Not Saints(O) Wednesday AA On Campus 12:00 PM MSU campus SUB 234 or as designated *Only during Fall and Spring semesters* ! ! !
Stronger Than You Know(O) Saturday 9:00 PM Fellowship Hall, 2165 Durston ! ! !
Breakfast Club Topic Meeting(O) Sunday 09:30 AM Hilton Garden Inn ! !
Bobcat Happy Hour(O) Monday 05:15 PM MSU insight office, 1215 gopher court *only during fall and spring semesters* ! !

The Difference Between Open and Closed A.A. Meetings

The purpose of all A.A. group meetings, as the Preamble states, is for A.A. members to “share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.” Toward this end, A.A. groups have both open and closed meetings.

Closed meetings are for A.A. members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and “have a desire to stop drinking.”

Open meetings are available to anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous’ program of recovery from alcoholism. Non alcoholics may attend open meetings as observers.

At both types of meetings, the A.A. chairperson may request that participants confine their discussion to matters pertaining to recovery from alcoholism.

Whether open or closed, A.A. group meetings are conducted by A.A. members who determine the format of their meetings.

from the pamphlet “The A.A. Group”

The A.A. Preamble

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

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