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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
5:00 AM No Excuses Dunkin Donuts 266 Concord St Framingham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting   Temporary Closure   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Rule 62 Online Online Newton, MA Newton Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker
6:00 AM First Things First Saturday First Things First Saturday 25 Great Road Bedford Closed Meeting   Discussion
6:00 AM First Things First First Church of Christ 25 Great Rd Bedford Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Just For Today St. Camillus Parish 1175 Concord Turnpike Arlington Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Just For Today Virtual Online Online Arlington, MA Arlington Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Literature
6:30 AM Saturday AM (Hybrid) Theodore Parker Uniterian Church Online 1859 Centre St Boston Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
6:30 AM Morning Tune Up How It Works Club 176 Mechanic St Bellingham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting   Wheelchair Access   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
6:30 AM Knuckleheads St. Michael's 112 Randolph Ave Milton Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting
6:30 AM Souhegan Sunrise Group Episcopal Church of Our Savior 10 Amherst St Milford Discussion   English   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM Early Birds Group Nashua Early Birds Group Online 154 Main Street Nashua Discussion   Virtual
6:45 AM Jump Start Newton Jump Start Newton Online 107 Charles Street Newton Closed Meeting   Discussion
6:45 AM Early Risers Congregational Church 30 High St Marlborough Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:45 AM Big Book Workshop Foxborough Big Book Workshop Foxborough 384 South St Foxborough Big Book   Open Meeting
6:45 AM Early Risers High Street Early Risers High Street Online 30 High Street Marlborough Discussion   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Eternal Vigilance (Lit) Eternal Vigilance (Lit) Online 19 Church Rd Shrewsbury Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Sober in the Hills First Church of Monson 3 High St Monson Big Book   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Sunrise Sunrise Group 2072 Main St Three Rivers Daily Reflections   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
7:00 AM EARLY RISERS EARLY RISERS 5 N Main St Webster English   Living Sober   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Morning Glories Online Online Cambridge, MA Cambridge Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Temporary Closure   Women's Meeting

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Boylston, Massachusetts AA Meetings

Found in the County of Worcester, Boylston is a town in the state of Massachusetts flooded with individuals struggling with alcoholism. Consequently, to help individuals become sober, AA meetings are held frequently. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international, non profitable and self supporting fellowship of many men and women who have had drinking problems and are on the road to sobriety. These meetings are available in not only Boylston but in many places. AA Massachusetts follows the same measures while carrying out meetings. It follows the same 12 step approach and also the 12 traditions. Although the 12 step approach meetings are more spiritual, it doesn’t mean non-religious people don’t practice it. In fact many members who are non-religious have found it to be very helpful and productive while trying to achieve their goal to become and stay sober. But unlike the 12 step approach, which is more personalized, the 12 traditions are defined in the Big Book: the main governing literature of Alcoholics Anonymous. AA meetings in Boylston allow alcoholics to share their experiences, downfalls and hardships in order to get help and assistance in giving up alcohol. They also help alcoholics reconnect with their relatives and friends allowing them to mend their relationship.

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