District 7 is subdivided into three sub-districts:

7-1: Hartford.

7-2: Newington, Rocky Hill, West Hartford, and Wethersfield.

7-3: Avon, Bloomfield, Canton, Farmington, East Granby, Granby, Hartland, Simsbury, Suffield, Windsor, and Windsor Locks.

 

Map of District 7, subdistricts

District 7 – By subdistrict and town

 

District 7 Answering Service: 860-289-4357

News and Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

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NEW Posts, Announcements, and Group Flyers!

 

[Postings will remain here for approximately 4 months or until after the end of the event, whichever comes first.]

 

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       New ZOOM meeting just starting!

To view / download / print a .PDF version,

CLICK HERE

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CONTRIBUTE

Click here to submit individual or Group contributions to District 7 via our confidential online contribution portal!

 

For those interested in mailing check contributions, you may continue to do so.

 

Our mailing address is:

District 7 Service Committee, P.O. Box 330190 West Hartford, CT. 06110

Please include Group Name and Number with all contributions

ONLINE MEETING INFORMATION

Online Meetings (click here)

(Opens, in a NEW page, a presorted subset of “Find A Meeting” for District 7, ordered by Day, Time – sortable by YOU.)

 

Time Meeting Location City
9:00 am Eleventh Step Conscious Contact Group Studio At Billings Forge Hartford
10:00 am Out of the Dark Group Recovery Club Windsor
4:30 pm Overcoming Fear GroupMen Universalist Church West Hartford
6:00 pm The Bell Tolls Group St Patrick Church Farmington
7:00 pm Patience, Tolerance and Acceptance Meeting GroupWomen Elmwood Community Church West Hartford
8:00 pm One Day To a Time Group South Congregational Church Granby
7:00 am Came to Believe Group Universalist Church West Hartford
10:00 am Living Sober Baby Sitting Group Universalist Church West Hartford
7:00 pm More About Alcoholism GroupMen Covenant Congregational Church West Hartford
7:00 pm High Road to a New Freedom Group Holy Family Monastery West Hartford
8:00 pm North Canton Mens GroupMen North Canton Methodist Church North Canton
8:00 pm Fern Street Beginners Group Universalist Church West Hartford
7:00 am Living Sober at Sunrise Group St James Church West Hartford
Noon Soloman Wells Tuesday Noon Group Solomon Wells House Wethersfield
7:00 pm Forever Young Group Bethany Lutheran Church West Hartford
7:30 pm Stepping Stones GroupWomen Elmwood Community Church West Hartford
7:30 pm 164 Group Universalist Church West Hartford
8:00 pm Back to Life GroupWomen South Congregational Church Granby
7:00 am Sunrise Big Book Group Universalist Church West Hartford
Noon Asylum Hill Noon Group Asylum Hill Congregational Church Hartford
6:00 pm Wednesday Womens GroupWomen Collinsville Congregational Church Collinsville
6:00 pm Saving Grace Women's BB GroupWomen Covenant Congregational Church West Hartford
6:00 pm Drop The Rock GroupWomen Grace Episcopal Church Newington
7:00 pm Saving Grace Women's Big Book GroupWomen Covenant Congregational Church West Hartford
7:00 pm Wethersfield Candlelight Wed Night Group St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church Wethersfield
7:30 pm Reminder Group First Church of Hartland East Hartland
7:30 pm Salvation Step Group Trinity Episcopal Church Hartford
8:00 pm Hartford Group Church of Good Shephard Hartford
7:00 pm The Step Up Group Covenant Congregational Church West Hartford
7:00 pm High Road to a New Freedom Group Holy Family Monastery West Hartford
8:00 pm Where Its At Group South Congregational Church Granby
8:00 pm Sunlight of the Spirit Group St Albans Episcopal Church Simsbury
8:00 pm West Middle Big Book Group Trinity Episcopal Church Hartford
7:00 am Sunrise Step & Tradition Group Universalist Church West Hartford
Noon 12 & 12 Step Study Group Center Church House Hartford
6:00 pm Friday Night Happy Hour Group First Church of Christ Farmington
6:30 pm Friday Night Women's 11th Step Meditation GroupWomen St John's Episcopal Church West Hartford
8:00 pm Westminister Group Westminster Presbyterian Church West Hartford
8:30 pm Reminder Group First Church of Hartland East Hartland
7:30 am No Nonsense Group Universalist Church West Hartford
9:30 am Victory & Hope Group Our Savior's Lutheran Church Newington
10:00 am New Beginnings Womens GroupWomen East Granby Congregational Church East Granby
10:00 am Vietnam Vets Group Trinity Episcopal Church Hartford
6:30 pm Hartford Big Book Step Study Group St John's Episcopal Church West Hartford
7:00 pm Hartford Group Church of Good Shephard Hartford
8:00 pm New Found Freedom Group St James Church West Hartford
8:00 pm Peace of Mind Group United Methodist Church Avon

 

MEETING INFORMATION EDITS  (Due to Corona virus Concerns):

Given the current status of “Social Distancing” & facility closures, most (if not all) in-person meetings are temporarily closed.

If your meeting is NOT  listed as “Temporarily Closed”, it will appear to visitors & newcomers to be physically open, & may cause great frustration.

So, to prevent that, we strongly implore you to be extremely proactive to communicate the CLOSED status of any meetings you are aware of directly to  schedules@ct-aa.org .

Thank You.

All District pages are displaying live lists of online meetings (that would normally be physically held in their District) held instead via Teleconferencing  (as shown above).  Please send all meeting closure info. or  teleconferencing updates (Zoom ID’s, URL’s, etc., ) directly to schedules@ct-aa.org  (as usual).

 

For meetings RESUMING face-to-face meetings again,

it is just as important to communicate the appropriate information to schedules@ct-aa.org

IF you are discontinuing using ZOOM altogether,

please explicitly say so. (This prevents people from being frustrated by trying to log in to nonexistent tele-meetings).

IF you are resuming face-to-face meetings AND continuing the use of ZOOM,

either as two separate meetings or a “hybrid” meeting, please ask that the “temporarily closed” flag be removed from your meeting, but be sure to ALSO ask the ZOOM information be RETAINED.

In the meeting comments, in addition to any face-to-face constraints, include any necessary information about parallel OR hybrid ZOOM access.

 

If your meeting has ANY special requirements [meeting outdoors, bring your own chairs, literature, masks must be worn, no food or drink, etc., as per the requirements of the CDC and your host facility] please be sure to ask that this data be included in the comments so that attendees are aware.

 

IMPORTANT:

For all updates, Schedules needs the meeting name, location (facility, including street address & town), day and time of the meeting.            Town is very important.

I (the district webchair) or any of The Website Committee do NOT  have the ability to make any changes, but can only facilitate the changes. Directly sending your update to schedules@ct-aa.org is more efficient.

     The URL as well as the 9-digit meeting  ID is REQUIRED for the meeting to properly display as having an “Online” status.

The decision as to whether or not to post the meeting PASSWORD online is up to the Group consensus; be aware that there are inherent risks in making that information publicly visible, along with its benefits. (If, however, you are employing the recommended security options and using a waiting room, with an active meeting host to monitor participant behavior you will probably be OK, but there are no guarantees).

  We ask that any GSR’s (or attendees, if you have no GSR) with accurate data submit that via the method indicated above.

This website is updated in real-time, but the Meeting Finder app. (used on smartphones) is updated only every 12 hours.

Thank your all for your cooperation and pro-active participation in this difficult time.

  

District 7 Meetings:

We have meetings from as early as 7 AM to 11:30 PM. Our district includes a very diverse AA member population. We offer meetings for just Men, just Women, Spanish speaking, Gay/Lesbian, Young People’s, Beginners, Closed Meetings, Open Meetings, Speaker Meetings, Step Meetings, Big Book Meetings, Candlelight Meetings, Discussion Meetings, Came to Believe Meetings, Living Sober Meetings, Traditions Meetings, As Bill Sees It Meetings, 24 Hour A Day (book) Meetings, and Daily Reflections Meetings. Many of the meeting locations are handicapped accessible. If your meeting is not listed, or listed incorrectly, then please bring this to the attention of the District 7 Schedules Chair.

 

 

Service; District 7 has a strong tradition of service to our fellowship. There are often positions open:

 

District 7 Open Positions

Open and/or Download this document ( as .pdf)

For roles and responsibilities of each position, see the District 7 Service Guide, posted on this page.

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All Area meetings are held at 581 Meriden Ave., Southington.

(Currently being held via ZOOM during the issues with COVID-19)

 

All District 7 Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of the month, at 467 South Quaker Lane, West Hartford

Beginning at 7:30 PM (as stated below).
(Currently being held via ZOOM during the issues with COVID-19)

 

…..so feel free to come and step up for a position.

Again, Welcome! Thank You for Visiting!

District 7 Upcoming Meetings

Time Meeting Location City
5:00 pm New Freedom Group Recovery Club Windsor
6:30 pm Hartford Big Book Step Study Group St John's Episcopal Church West Hartford
6:30 pm Back to Basics Group Trinity Episcopal Church Tariffville
7:00 pm Hartford Group Church of Good Shephard Hartford
7:30 pm Saturday Night 60 Minutes Group St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church Wethersfield

View all District 7 Meetings

 

 

Documents

            District 7

           Service Committee

           Guidelines

           Available to read online or download.

<- (left-click on the image)

 

 

 

 

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Monthly District Service Meetings

Thursday, April 16, 2020 we held our first teleconferencing District meeting (via Zoom).

Until further notice, all Monthly meetings will be also.

Feel free to login a bit early if you wish for some fellowship.

If you are an attendee you should be receiving a meeting invitation with credentials a few days before the meeting date.

If you are a new GSR & have not registered with District officials, please contact registrar@ct-aa-d7.org and recordingsecretary@ct-aa-d7.org to be certain you are on the mailing list.

 

St. Mark’s Church   ( at the Community Center approx. 300 yards to the left of the Church )
7:30 – 9:00 PM on the third Thursday of each month
467 South Quaker Lane, West Hartford

IMPORTANT NOTES:

All new GSRs and Alternate GSRs should plan to attend an orientation session & receive an information packet before the meeting  [7:00 – 7:15 PM].

A Traditions Meeting

Is also held for District members at this location on meeting days, hosted by one of our officers, [6:45 – 7:15 PM].

[ Note: The Orientation Session & Traditions Meeting are suspended while we are not meeting in-person]

 


We post district and registered group events.
Please email information to webcommittee@ct-aa.org or speak to your district website rep.
Please be sure your flyer or information adheres to our guidelines.

this page is under construction; not ready for any use for a while yet!

(be patient!)

🙂

 

 

For docs, go HERE