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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 AM Early Risers Weekday Zoom, Early Risers Weekday Zoom, Online Online 4627 S 12th St Sheboygan English   Temporary Closure
6:30 AM Upon Awakening Upon Awakening Online 153 Green Bay Rd Thiensville English
6:30 AM Upon Awakening Thiensville Upon Awakening Online Meeting In-person Online 153 Green Bay Rd Thiensville Virtual
7:00 AM Kick Start Gp M-F Kick Start Gp M-F 4627 S 12th St Sheboygan English   Wheelchair Access
8:30 AM 8:30 Morning M-F Manitowoc 8:30 Morning M-F Manitowoc 404 S 29th St Manitowoc English
8:30 AM Simple Morning Meeting Bayshore Lutheran Church 1200 E Hampton Rd Whitefish Bay Closed Meeting   English
8:30 AM Simple Morning Meeting Whitefish Bay Simple Morning Meeting Whitefish Bay 1200 E Hampton Rd Whitefish Bay Closed Meeting
8:30 AM Simple Morning Meeting Bayshore Lutheran Church 1200 E Hampton Rd Whitefish Bay Closed Meeting   English
10:00 AM Tuesday A.M. Step Group Blandine House 25 N Park Ave Fond Du Lac Closed Meeting   English
10:00 AM Tue Morn Gp 10 AM Tue Morn Gp 10 AM 11936 N Port Washington Rd Mequon English   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM 24 Hr Club Wed Big Book 24 Hr Club Tue 10 a.m. Step/Topic 153 Green Bay Rd Thiensville English
10:00 AM West Bend Tue 10 a.m. Step West Bend Tue 10 a.m. Step 1715 Creek Rd West Bend English
10:00 AM Group # 125 Northwest Area Alano Assoc. (Good Shepherd) N88W17658 Christman Rd Menomonee Falls Closed Meeting   English
10:00 AM Go to Any Lengths Gp Go to Any Lengths Gp 1203 Fairview Dr Plymouth English
10:00 AM AA Meeting Oshkosh Womens Big Book Study Oshkosh 101A Algoma Boulevard Oshkosh Closed Meeting
10:00 AM As Bill Sees It Elkhart Lake As Bill Sees It Elkhart Lake 174 N East St Elkhart Lake English
10:00 AM Tue/Thr Tue/Thr Online Meeting Online Thiensville, WI 53092 Thiensville English   Temporary Closure
10:30 AM Closed AA Sun-Sat Closed AA Sun-Sat Online Meeting Online Manitowoc, WI 54220 Manitowoc English   Temporary Closure
10:30 AM Flying Buttress Connections Church 1455 N Rapids Rd Manitowoc Closed Meeting   English
10:30 AM 101A Book Club Meeting 101 A Algoma 101 Algoma Blvd Oshkosh English

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Waldo, Wisconsin AA Meetings

Waldo is a small village situated along the Onion River in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. Many people in addiction recovery prefer finding local meetings in their community, such as AA meetings in Waldo. If you are new to the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program, you may have many questions. One topic that is confusing to some newcomers is the spiritual nature of the program.

Beginners who have not yet started participating in AA meetings Wisconsin, may wonder if the program is religious. Newcomers may stay away from AA because they have heard it is a religious program. This belief couldn’t be further from the truth. Although the 12 Steps of AA are considered a spiritual set of principles, AA is not affiliated with any type of religious organization. In AA the word spiritual has a unique meaning, and members are encouraged to find their own meaning of the word. AA group members explore a power greater than themselves (a higher power). Step 2 of the 12 Steps is “Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.” This “power” is interchangeable with the term “higher power.” For some recovering people, their higher power is a deity (such as God). But, for atheists, agnostics, or those who are non-religious, the higher power is often their AA group.

In AA, it’s essential to separate the words “spiritual” and “religious.” Many AA sponsors encourage newcomers to avoid trying to define these complex concepts (such as spiritual and religious) and focusing on doing the action steps (such as working the 12 Steps), then observing the results of working the Steps.

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