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The Meeting Guide App is now available for iPhone and Android users.
***NOTICE of meeting and area event closings***
-VAC Spring Assembly 2020 in Chesapeake, April 3rd-5th has been cancelled and will be held online. Contact the VAC for more information.
-The General Service Conference to be held April 19-25 will be held virtually and with a modified agenda.
-Serenity Weekend 2020 in Williamsburg has been cancelled. It will return in 2021. Please contact www.serenityweekend.net for refunds of registration fees. Please contact the hotel to cancel reservations.
-District 16 Inventory is cancelled.
-Corrections meetings are cancelled.
-Back to Basics workshop is cancelled.
-All meetings @ John Randolph Hospital in Hopewell have been temporarily suspended until further notice.
-All Liberty Bell meetings @ Wesley United Methodist Church 2901 Norfolk Street(Norfolk & Miles), Hopewell are suspended until further notice.
-The Ft. Lee meeting on Sisisky Boulevard is suspended until further notice.
-Swift Creek Group that meets @ St. Ann's Catholic Church in Colonial Heights @ 8pm is suspended until further notice.
-Courage to Change @ District 19 Building in Emporia @ 7:30pm on Monday is suspended until further notice.
-Living Life Group in Chester is still having their meeting but it will take place outside.
-Common Journey in Chester is temporarily suspended until further notice.
-Enon Group @ Bermuda United Methodist Church in Chester is temporarily suspended.
-All meetings at the Alamo Recovery Center 35 S. Market Street in Petersburg are suspended until further notice.
-AWOL Women's meeting at St. Ann's in Colonial Heights is temporarily suspended until further notice.
-Freedom of Choice Group meeting in Emporia on Tuesday @ 8pm is temporarily suspended. HOSPITAL meeting ONLY. 
-Wakefield Discussion and Big Book meetings are cancelled.
-All Roundtable meetings @ 419  W. Washington Street in Petersburg are temporarily suspended.
For access to a list of online meetings from around the world, email me at website@vasouthcentralaa.org 
***Meetings that are still ACTIVE***
-Living Life meeting in Chester is still active on Wednesday @ 7pm. They are meeting outside in a field. Visitors are asked to bring their own chair and coffee.
​-All meetings at the Tri-City Club in Petersburg are still active.
-Walnut Hill meeting in Petersburg is still active.
​-Now or Never meeting of Chester will meet starting next Saturday, March 28th at the Prince George Driving School 217 E. Broadway in Hopewell at 4:15pm.
-Seeking Serenity that meets at St. John's Episcopal Church on Richmond Street in Chester Tuesday and Thursday(note the time and meeting name changes--FORMERLY Voices in Recovery) @ 7pm is meeting in the courtyard. Rain or shine. Bring your own chair and refreshments.
-#1 Group at the Chesterfield Food Bank on Thursday @8pm is still active.
-A Vision for You @ 7:30pm on Wednesday at the Ocran United Methodist Church in the Dinwiddie area is now meeting.
​-KIS meetings at the Ivey Memorial Methodist Church in Colonial Heights is meeting Monday and Wednesday @ 8pm(in the great hall) and Friday @ 6:30pm(meeting room). Masks must be worn. Guests to bring their own refreshments. 
-Chester Big Book study--meeting at 8pm on Friday will meet in the fellowship hall NOT Rudy Building. Bring your big book and your own refreshments.
-Hopewell Friendship group will meet at 7pm, NOT 8pm in the parking lot on Saturdays. Bring a chair and your own refreshments.
-Last Chance Group @ 7pm on Sunday at Wesley United Methodist Church 3701 Conduit Road in Colonial Heights is now open.
-New Hope Group in Petersburg/Dinwiddie will be meeting @ 7pm(note the time change) on Monday in the pavillion outside. Masks required.
***Available Zoom meetings***
Phone numbers and ID's and passwords cannot be listed for purposes of anonymity.
Blue Star meeting
Sunday 4pm 
Meeting @ the Tri-City Club and via Zoom
AWOL Thursday @ 8pm
Contact a homegroup member for details.
Common Journey(Women's meeting) Saturday @ 11am
Contact a home group member for details.
Liberty Bell is doing tele-conferencing meetings.
Contact a home group member for details.
***Meeting Updates as of Sunday, August 9th, 2020***