Select Margenser articles will soon be available for audio playback. For a preview, listen to the audio versions of "Write a Margenser Article" and the Delegate's report back from the 2013 Maryand General Conference on the audio player.
Margenser Articles Wanted
Do you have an experience in A.A. that you would like to share? Please consider sharing your experience, strength, and hope with Service work in print. Articles should be no more than 750 words or as short as you would like it to be. For more information, See Margenser.
This Website is a public information vehicle of Area 29 of Alcoholics Anonymous and will contain information that is publicly available.
In general, this Website is intended to provide general information regarding Alcoholics Anonymous and to facilitate face-to-face contact between A.A. members and those wishing to learn about the A.A. program of recovery from alcoholism. In its conduct, this Web site will follow the Guidelines on the Internet (Form MG-18) published by the General Service Office.
No affiliation between this site and any outside enterprise will be permitted. Only events directly related to Area 29 and Maryland General Service, Inc., its Districts, A.A. World Services, Inc., and Northeast Regional A.A. activities will be considered for posting.
Did You Know?
There are now forms on the web site for DCMs and Committee chairs to fill out their reports prior to attending an Area Committee or Assembly.
The Maryland General Service Assembly Handbook is now on the website. The handbook is an essential reference for Area 29 GSRs, DCMs, and committee chairs regarding the nature of their service with respect to Maryland General Service and the conduct of area assemblies.
Our Mailing Address
Maryland General Service Inc.
Contributions to GSO can now be made online
Groups and individuals can now make contributions to the general Service Office online. For more information and instructions, click here.
What’s Happening in Area 29?
Help an Alcoholic “Bridge the Gap” between Treatment Facilities and A.A.Click here for more information about how you can help an alcoholic leaving a treatment facility or other institution to continue his/her recovery in A.A.
Special Needs-Accessibility Committee MeetingDecember 3, 2013 (Gambrills, Md.)
Area AssemblyDecember 14, 2013 (District 37)
(4th Annual Chili Cook-Off)
State Convention Committee MeetingDecember 15, 2013 (Columbia, MD)
To Group Treasurers
Please remember to put your 6-digit GSO Group Number on all correspondence to Maryland General Service, Inc.
Message from the Area 29 Delegate
Does your home group have a General Service Representative (GSR)?
Do you attend any groups that don't?
Please take them a copy of this circular and ask them to participate with a voice in the group conscience of A.A. as a whole.