Alcoholics Anonymous in Lithuania

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

More about Alcoholics Anonymous see in website of Continental European Region or in
the official Website of the General Service Office (G.S.O.) of Alcoholics Anonymous

Dear AA members, family and friends!

We would like to invite you 21 - 30 June to our annual AA summer camp

NINE DAYS - NINE NIGHTS.

The event will take place in the resort campsite „ENERGETIKAS“ (Kopų g. 21), Šventoji.

English, Polish and Russian speaking meetings every day.
Al-Anon and ACA participation

Sventoji is a small resort town on the coast of the Baltic Sea, administratively it is part of Palanga city. Palanga is a seaside resort town in western Lithuania, on the shore of the Baltic Sea. It is the busiest summer resort in Lithuania and has beaches of sand (18 km long and up to 300 m wide) and sand dunes

YOU ARE ALL WELCOME!

For more information: +370 699 11341,  [email protected]

Download program pdf

LET IT BEGIN WITH ME

Arrival day

10.00 arrival, registration desk open

19.00–21.00 Closed AA meeting „We are people who normally would not mix“ („Alcoholics Anonymous“, p. 17)

Opening

10.00–18.00 Registration desk open

16.00 Opening ceremony

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Fending off loneliness“ („Living sober“)

One good look in the mirror ought to be enough (Steps 1–3)

8.00–9.00 Closed AA meeting „At the turning point“ („Daily Reflections“, January 7, p. 15) 

10.00–11.00 Open AA speaker meeting „One good look in the mirror ought to be answer enough for any alcoholic“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 37)

11.30–12.30 Open AA meeting „Spiritual experience. Change has manifested itself among us in many different forms“ („Alcoholics Anonymous“, p. 567)

14.30–15.30 Closed AA meeting „Seemingly hopeless state of mind and body“ („Alcoholics Anonymous“, p. 13)

16.00–17.00 Closed AA newcomers meeting

17.00–18.00 Closed AA meeting „We stand ready to do anyhing which will lift the merciless obssesion from us“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 24)

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Remembering your last drunk“ („Living sober“)

The inventory was ours, not the other man‘s (Steps 4–5)

8.00–9.00 Closed AA meeting „We forgive...“ („Daily Reflections“, May 16, p. 145)

10.00–11.00 Open AA speaker meeting „We resolutely looked for our own mistakes. The inventory was ours, not the other man‘s“ („Alcoholics Anonymous“, p. 67)

11.30–12.30 Open AA meeting „We had made the invention of alibis a fine art“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 46)

14.30–15.30 Closed AA meeting „Time after time newcomers have tried to keep to themselves certain facts about their lives“ („Alcoholics Anonymous“, p. 72)

16.00–17.00 Closed AA newcomers meeting

17.00–18.00 Closed AA meeting „What comes to us alone may be garbled by our own rationalization and wishful thinking“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 60) 

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Availing yourself of a sponsor“ („Living sober“)

Have all of me, good and bad (Steps 6–7)

8.00–9.00 Closed AA meeting „A new direction“ („Daily Reflections“, July 5, p. 195)

10.00–11.00 Open AA speaker meeting „My Creator, I am now willing that you should have all of me, good and bad“ („Alcoholics Anonymous“, p. 76)

11.30–12.30 Open AA meeting „The only question will be „Are we ready?“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 68)

14.30–15.30 Closed AA meeting „Can He now take them all – every one?“ („Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 76)

16.00–17.00 Closed AA newcomers meeting

17.00–18.00 Closed AA meeting „For us, the process of gaining new perspective was unbelievably painful“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 72)

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Using the Serenity Prayer“ („Living sober“)

We are there to sweep off our side of the street (Steps 8–9)

8.00–9.00 Closed AA meeting „Opening new doors“ („Daily reflections“, September 9, p. 261) 

10.00–11.00 Open AA speaker meeting „We are there to sweep off our side of the street, realising that nothing worth can be accomplished until we do so“ („Alcoholics Anonymous“, p. 77)

11.30–12.30 Open AA meeting „Take full consequences of our past acts, and to take responsibility for the well being of others“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 87)

14.30–15.30 Closed AA meeting „Unless one‘s family expresses a desire to live upon spiritual principles we think we ought not to urge them“ („Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 83)

16.00–17.00 Closed AA newcomers meeting

17.00–18.00 Closed AA meeting „It doesn‘t make much sense when a real tosspot calls a kettle black“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 78)

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Being good to yourself“ („Living sober“)

True tolerance and love for our fellows (Steps 10–11)

8.00–9.00 Closed AA meeting „I cannot change the wind“ („Daily reflections“, November 1, p. 314)

10.00–11.00 Open AA speaker meeting „Then we approach true tolerance and see what real love for our fellows actually means“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 92)

11.30-12.30 Open AA meeting „Were we thinking of ourselves most of the time? Or were we thinking what we could do for others?“ („Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 86)

14.30–15.30 Closed AA meeting „We vigorously commenced this way of living as we cleaned up the past“ („Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 84)

16.00–17.00 Record your story for „Penktas kampas“ workshop

17.00–18.00 Closed AA meeting „We might pay for this presumption in all sorts of absurd actions and ideas“ („Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 87)

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Eliminating self-pity“ („Living sober“)

I want the hand of A.A. always to be there (Step 12)

8.00–9.00 Closed AA meeting „At peace with life“ („Daily reflections“, December 25, p. 368)
10.00–11.00 Open AA speaker meeting „I want the hand of A.A. always to be there“ (Responsibility Declaration)
14.30–15.30 Closed AA meeting „After all, our problems were of our own making. Bottles were only a symbol“ („Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 103)

16.00–17.00 Closed AA newcomers meeting

17.00–18.00 Closed AA meeting „It is in the spirit of service that we elect the A.A. group‘s informal rotating committee, the intergroup association for the area, and the General Service Conferences of Alcoholics Anonymous for A.A. as a whole“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 174)

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Trying the Twelve Steps“ („Living sober“)

Common welfare

8.00–9.00 Closed AA meeting „Common solution“ („Daily reflections“, December 12, p. 355)

10.00–11.00 Open AA speaker meeting „Common welfare: autonomy and responsibility“

11.30–12.30 Open AA meeting „Our entire A.A. program rests squarely upon the principle of mutual trust. We trust God, we trust A.A., and we trust each other“ („Twelve Concepts for World Service“, p. 14)

14.30–15.30 Closed AA meeting „There is never need to praise ourselves“ („Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 565)

16.00–17.00 Record your story for „Penktas kampas“ workshop

17.00–18.00 Closed AA meeting „Our great blessings may never spoil us“ („Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions“, p. 192)

22.00 Closed AA non-stop meeting „Finding your own way“ („Living sober“)

ANNIVERSARY OF A.A. IN LITHUANIA

10.00–11.00 Camp closing ceremony

YOU CAN BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATION AT THE RESORT CAMPSITE „ENERGETIKAS“

Reception +370 611 25095

• One night per person – 6 €.
• Wooden Cottage without amenities for 3 pers. (9 nights) – 162 €.
• Wooden Cottage without amenities for 4 pers. (9 nights) – 216 €.
• Prices are valid when booking for 5–9 nights.
• Booking for shorter term – 8 € per night.
• Also during the camp you can get a 15% discount in Hotel ENERGETIKAS and SPA Amber Palace.

Orders will be confirmed after payment.

Contacts for payment:
UAB SC „Energetikas“, company code 152513731
AB SEB BANKAS
Account number LT89 7044 0600 0410 1014

• Resort payment – 1 € per day.

More information about the resort campsite www.energetikas.lt/en/pagrindinis-4.html
There are lots of other accommodation options.

 

 

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