East Tennessee
Intergroup of
Alcoholics Anonymous

East Tennessee

Intergroup of

Alcoholics Anonymous

If you have any questions about A.A. or need help finding a meeting, give us a call and a member of A.A. will be glad to help you out.

Are you looking for an “Online Meeting” or a “Physical Meeting” to attend.  We have listings for 26 counties in east Tennessee.

Stay up to date with local A.A. events in East Tennessee. We aren’t a glum lot… We absolutely insist on enjoying life.

WELCOME to E.T.I.A.A.

The primary purpose of E.T.I.A.A. is to assist the A.A. groups of East Tennessee in carrying the Alcoholics Anonymous message to those who suffer from alcoholism and to facilitate 12 Step work.

Upcoming Meetings
Time Meeting Location Region
5:00 pm I am Responsible Mountain City Community Center
5:30 pm Morristown Group 314 S. Fairmont, Morristown TN 37813 Morristown
5:30 pm New Beginnings Lenoir City Women Church of The Resurrection Lenoir City
5:30 pm Happy Destiny Double Winners Club Maryville
5:30 pm First 164 Flatiron 4 (Alano Club) South Knoxville
5:30 pm Unity Knoxville Flatiron 4 (Alano Club) South Knoxville
5:30 pm Happy Hour Online Meeting Park 40 Club West Knoxville
5:30 pm Principles Before Personalties Peck Memorial United Methodist Church Maryville
5:30 pm Rockford AROC Thursdays at 5:30pm Rockford AROC Rockford
5:30 pm Primary Purpose Serenity Club Oak Ridge

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- From the Long Form of Tradition Seven

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May Unity Newsletter

A.A. Grapevine, February 1945. Vol. 1 No. 10 Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs. This

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April 2021 Unity Newsletter

A.A. Oldtimers…On the Fourth Step A.A. Grapevine, February 1945. Vol. 1 No. 9 “Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.” Since I cannot

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