ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IN MALTA
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. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
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ZOOM Meeting Access
Peter House Meetings Zoom Login:
Meeting ID: 897 763 4108
Passcode: q4xT5R
Maltese Meetings Zoom Login:
Meeting ID: 897 763 4108
Passcode: q4xT5R
Millenium Chapel, St Julian's
Please contact the meeting secretary or speak with someone from reception if you're not sure which room to go to.
Peter House, Sliema
Please contact the meeting secretary for assistance.
Qawra Meeting
Please contact the meeting secretary for assistance.
Valletta Meeting, Valletta
Please contact the meeting secretary for assistance.
Day
Group
Topic
Location
Language
Secretary
Monday
19:30
Maltese Group
Daily Reflections
ZOOM
(see above)
Maltese
Vivian
+356 9947 6707
Monday
18:30
Peter House
As Bill Sees It
Peter House,
51 Triq Nicolo' Isouard,
Sliema
English
Radek
+356 7705 3678
Monday
18:30
Marsaxlokk Group
12 Steps and 12 Traditions
Triq San Guzepp
(behind the church),
Sal Pompei,
Marsaxlokk
Bilingual
Maltese/English
Charlie
+356 7905 1841
Tuesday
18:00
Ħelsien Group
Discussion Meeting
14 Triq Kappillan Hili,
Fontana (Gozo)
Bilingual
Maltese/English
Vivian
+356 9947 6707
Tuesday
18:00
Millennium Chapel
Step Meeting
Millennium Chapel,
Church Street,
St. Julian's
English
Joanna
+356 7950 5025
Wednesday
19:30
Maltese Group
Discussion Meeting
ZOOM
(see above)
Maltese
Vivian
+356 9947 6707
Wednesday
18:30
Peter House
Living Sober
Peter House,
51 Triq Nicolo' Isouard,
Sliema
English
Marcus
+356 9942 1810
Thursday
18:30
Peter House
Topic Meeting
Peter House,
51 Triq Nicolo' Isouard,
Sliema
English
Jeffery
+356 7902 9257
Friday
18:00
Millennium Chapel
Newcomer Meeting
Millennium Chapel,
Church Street,
St. Julian's
English
Juan
+356 9992 7122
Friday
18:00
Ħelsien Group
Discussion Meeting
14 Triq Kappillan Hili,
Fontana (Gozo)
Bilingual
Maltese/English
Vivian
+356 9947 6707
Saturday
11:00
Qawra
Discussion Meeting
St. Franziska Von Assisi
Qawra Church
Wingnacourt,
San Pawlc Il-Bahar,
Qawra
English
Sergio
+356 9962 4153

Saturday

14:00

Peter House

Women's Meeting

Peter House,

51 Triq Nicolo' Isouard,

Sliema

English

Michela

+356 7937 9757

Saturday
18:30
Peter House
Meditation
& Daily Reflections
ZOOM
(see above)
English
Newel
+356 7717 4501
Sunday
9:30
Valletta Group
Big Book
66 Archbishop Street,
Valletta
English
Chris
+356 9915 9916
News
-12/09/22: New Saturday women's meeting at Peter House. See schedule for details.

-01/07/22: New Thursday night meeting at Peter House. See schedule for details.

-18/06/22: Qawra Meeting recommences. See schedule for details.

-02/05/22: Peter House in Sliema is open for meetings. See schedule for details.
For help and/or meeting information (English), please contact:
help (at) aamalta (dot) org (dot) mt

For media inquiries and public relations (English), please contact:
help (at) aamalta (dot) org (dot) mt

For inquiries in English or Maltese, please contact:
JC: +356 9977 8855
Vivian: +356 9947 6707

For inquiries in English or Polish, please contact:
Radek: +356 7705 3678

For inquiries in English, please contact:
Jeremy: +356 9901 0606
The Seventh Tradition states:  “Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.”  While contributions cover each group's rent and other expenses, the Seventh Tradition is essential at every level of A.A. service. It is both a privilege and a responsibility for groups and members to ensure that not only their group, but also their intergroup/central office, local services, district, area, and the General Service Office remain self-supporting. This keeps A.A. free of outside influences that might divert us from our primary purpose — to help the alcoholic who still suffers. The amount of our contribution is secondary to the spiritual connection that unites all groups around the world.
7th Tradition
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