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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 AM Upon Awakening The Hut Online 302 Brook St Belmont Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Conscious Contact Belmont Conscious Contact Belmont Online 302 Brook Street Belmont Discussion   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Sunrise Celebrators The Blanchard Institute 10348 Park Rd Charlotte Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Temporary Closure
6:45 AM Big Book Thumpers Williamson's Chapel UMC 575 Brawley School Rd Mooresville English
7:00 AM A New Beginning Pineville A New Beginning Pineville 12001 Lullingstone Road Pineville Discussion   Open Meeting
7:00 AM New Beginnings Ballantyne Light of Christ Church 9106 Bryant Farms Rd Charlotte Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Serious at 7ish Stairway to Serenity Club 805 W Airline Ave Gastonia Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM Reveille Gill Hall at Saint James Catholic Church 880 Fawn Cir SW Concord Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Ballantyne Acceptance Group Harrison United Methodist Church Online 15008 Lancaster Hwy Pineville Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM The Breakfast Club Gaston 12 Step Service Club 601 E 3rd Ave Gastonia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:15 AM FIRST THINGS FIRST Davidson College Presbyterian Church Jetton Hall (Basement) Online 102 N Main St Davidson Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:15 AM Awakening Modem to Modem Awakening Modem to Modem Online Charlotte, NC Charlotte English   Newcomer   Open Meeting
7:15 AM 7:15 Awakenings Group 12th Step Service Club 709 East Blvd Charlotte Discussion   English   Newcomer +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:15 AM First Things First Davidson First Things First Davidson Online 218 Concord Road Davidson Discussion   Open Meeting
7:15 AM Awake at the Park Shelter at Latta Park 601 E Park Ave Charlotte Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Outdoor Meeting
7:30 AM Low Bottom Low Bottom Club (Old Belk Bldg.) 200 N Stewart St Monroe English   Literature   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Grupo Solo Se Vive Una Vez Office Buildimg Suite 102 3203 US-21 Fort Mill English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Early Bird Zoom Early Bird Zoom Online Charlotte, NC, 28201 Charlotte Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual
8:00 AM Happy Crazies Serenity Club 5110 E Dixon Blvd STE 1 Kings Mountain Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Secular
8:00 AM Early Bird Zoom Early Bird Zoom Online Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill Discussion   English   Open Meeting

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Cornelius, North Carolina AA Meetings

Cornelius, located along Lake Norman in northern Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States is a lakeside town full of individuals that are affected by alcohol use in their day to day lives. They might be affected by seeing someone close show awful intoxication behaviors or maybe be in that situation themselves. AA North Carolina is one of the many notable branches of Alcohol Anonymous that gives a great deal of assistance in becoming and staying sober. A voluntary fellowship of men and women, Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) enables its members to share their common experiences and abstain from any further use of alcohol. AA apparently meets deep-seated needs among its members. It enables them to associate with kindred sufferers who understand them, and it helps them to accept the disease concept of alcoholism, to admit their powerlessness over alcohol and their need for help, and to depend—without shame or stigma—on others. AA meetings in Cornelius follow the 12 Steps, a nonsectarian spiritual program that includes reliance on God or any higher power as understood by each individual to help prevent a relapse into drinking. These meetings have assisted thousands of people to achieve their goal of sobriety. To attend one of these meeting you can easily go to our website and see our schedule or call our office to clear up any confusion you might run into.

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