FRIDAY

12:00 NOON
BROWN BAG AFG
Christ the King Church
4011 54th St
Family Activity Center
North Door, Room 4
Lubbock, TX 79413

7:00 PM
PRIMARY PURPOSE AFG
1212 Bill W. Blvd.
Winston Park
Snyder, TX 79549
Inside the AA Mtg Room 

8:00 PM
SLATON DOWNTOWN AFG
​Mercy Center
605 19th Street
Slaton, TX 79364

MONDAY

12:00 NOON
BROWN BAG AFG
Christ the King Church
4011 54th St
Family Activity Center
North Door, Room 4
Lubbock, TX 79413

2:00 PM
12 & 12 AFG
Meets on all Holidays
2323-D 66th St
Lubbock, TX 79412

7:00 PM
LAKERIDGE AFG
Lakeridge Methodist Ch.
Childcare with early request in church office
4701 82nd Downstairs #41
Lubbock, TX 79424

7:00 PM
MULESHOE AFG
First United Methodist Church
507 West 2nd St.
Muleshoe, TX 79347

7:00 PM
LORENZO AFG
United Methodist Church
311 Harrison St.
Lorenzo, TX 79343

7:00 PM  
SOUTH PLAINS AFG
919 Houston St
Levelland, TX 79336
TUESDAY

12:00 NOON
BROWN BAG AFG
Christ the King Church
4011 54th St
Family Activity Center
North Door, Room 4
Lubbock, TX 79413

7:00 PM
NEWCOMERS AFG
2323-D 66th St
Lubbock, TX 79412

8:00 PM
SLATON DOWNTOWN AFG
​Mercy Center
605 19th Street
Slaton, TX 79364
ER Entry, downstairs
WEDNESDAY con't.

​5:30 PM
12 STEP AFG
First Methodist Church
Childcare with early request church office
​Downstairs Room 11
1500 13th St.
Lubbock, TX 79401

7:00 PM 
SW WEDNESDAY AFG
Southwest Group
2323-D 66th St
Lubbock, TX 79412

8:00 PM
LUBBOCK AFG
Lubbock Group
4234-B Boston Ave
Lubbock, TX 79413
THURSDAY

​12:00 NOON 
BROWN BAG AFG
Christ the King Church
4011 54th St
Family Activity Center
North Door, Room 4
Lubbock, TX 79413

7:00 PM 
SW THURSDAY AFG
Southwest Group
2323-D 66th St
Lubbock, TX 79412
SATURDAY

11:00 AM 
MENS AFG
2323-D 66th St
Lubbock, TX 79412

12:00 NOON
BROWN BAG AFG
Christ the King Church
4011 54th St.
CATHEDRAL SOUTH DOOR
Lubbock, TX 79413
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5:00 PM
RANSOM CANYON AFG
Ransom Canyon Fellowship Church
5412 Ransom Road
Ransom Canyon, TX 79366

6:00 PM 
SECOND CHANCES AFG
Second Baptist Church
6109 Chicago Ave.
Lubbock, TX 79424
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THE TWELVE STEPS SUGGEST ACCEPTANCE OF FOUR PRIMARY IDEAS:
We Are Powerless Over the Problem of Alcoholism.
When we can honestly accept this truth, it brings us a feeling of release and hope. We can now turn our full attention to bringing our own lives into order. We can go forward to spiritual growth, to the comfort and peace to be gained from the entire program.
We Can Turn Our Lives Over to a Power Greater Than Ourselves. 
Now that our well-meant aid to the alcoholic has ended in failure and our own lives have become unmanageable, we realize we cannot deal with our problem objectively, perhaps not even sanely.  In Al-Anon we find a Power greater than ourselves which can direct our lives into quiet, useful channels. At first this power may seem to be the group, but as we grow in knowledge and spiritual understanding, many of us call it God, as we understand Him.
We Keep Al-Anon’s Gifts by Sharing Them with Others.
This sharing makes Al-Anon the vital, forward-reaching
fellowship it is. Our great obligation is to those still in
need. Leading another person from despair to hope and love brings comfort to both the giver and receiver.
We Need to Change Both Our Attitude and Our Actions. As we become willing to admit our defects, we begin to see how much of our thinking is distorted. We realize how unwise some of our actions have been, how unloving many of our attitudes. We try to recognize and correct these faults.
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Tradition One
Our common welfare should come first; personal progress for the greatest number depends upon unity.
In group meetings, we share our own experience, strength, and hope, keeping the focus on ourselves and how the Al Anon/Alateen program has helped us change our attitudes and actions. Our discussions center on solutions for our own difficulties. We try not to tell other people’s stories or repeat what we see or hear, always protecting one another’s anonymity and the anonymity of Al Anon, Alateen, and A.A. members, as well. We concentrate on our own feelings and attitudes, rather than on the details of our situation. Members leave other affiliations (such as other Twelve Step programs or professional resources) outside our meeting rooms. It is suggested that Al Anon/Alateen members avoid discussion of specific religious beliefs or ideas, criticism of one another or the alcoholic, gossip, or revealing intimate details of their problems. More detailed discussion may take place between meetings in private conversations with another member, or a personal Sponsor. (See “Three Obstacles to Success in Al-Anon” and “Sponsorship” in the Al Anon/ Alateen Service Manual [P-24/27].)
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WEDNESDAY

12:00 NOON
BROWN BAG AFG
Christ the King Church
4011 54th St
Family Activity Center
North Door, Room 4
Lubbock, TX 79413

12:00 NOON
PRIMARY PURPOSE AFG
1212 Bill W. Blvd.
Snyder, TX 79549
Inside the AA Meeting Room

THURSDAY con't.

7:30 PM
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