AA Meetings in Louisville, Kentucky

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AA Meetings Louisville Kentucky
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  • Bardstown Road Group Advent Epis Church (Basement) 901 Baxter Ave, Louisville, Kentucky, 40204

    Wednesday

    6:30 pm

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  • Broad Highway Third Lutheran Church 1864 Frankfort Ave, Louisville, Kentucky, 40206

    Monday

    8:00 pm

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  • Tuesday

    8:00 pm

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  • Friday

    12:15 pm

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  • Wednesday

    6:00 pm

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  • Knuckle Head Audubon Methodist Church 3200 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky, 40213

    Thursday

    6:30 pm

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  • Lampton Gr Lampton Baptist Church 850 South 4th Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40203

    Tuesday

    10:30 am

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  • Open Door AA Christ Memorial Lutheran Church 13501 Sunset Trail(Co Rd, Louisville, Kentucky, 40206

    Thursday

    7:30 pm

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  • Monday

    8:00 pm

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  • ROAD RUNNER CALVERY LUTHERAN CHURCH BARDSTOWN RD, Louisville, Kentucky, 40207

    Saturday

    10:00 am

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  • The Grace United Group Grace United Methodist Church 900 Denmark Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40215

    Tuesday

    6:00 pm

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    7:00 pm

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    7:00 pm

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  • Tuesday

    6:30 pm

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  • Women's Big Book Second Presbyterian Church 3701 Old Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky, 40207

    Sunday

    6:30 pm

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a society of recovering alcoholics. These men and women gather in AA meetings to share experiences and gain strength from one another. Only you can decide if you want to give this a try. There is no other requirement aside from your willingness to stop drinking alcohol. A lot of people are suffering from the same feeling of guilt, sadness, and hopelessness, and this is where a core group can greatly help. AA meetings are not related to any private sectors or politics.

They are being sustained both by previous and current members. There are a total of 131 AA meetings being conducted all around Louisville. The most common locations were TOKEN III CLUB (Back Room), ICE HOUSE, Northeast Christian Church (Auditorium Door), Beacon House, and more. AA meetings have helped a lot of people change their way of living. Think of what alcohol has done to you and choose to be better.

Schedules are not fixed and may change any time, confirm the status and the venues before the scheduled date.

AA Meetings in Louisville, Kentucky
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