New Thursday Night Meeting in West End Toronto Starting Thursday, August 3 – Your Support is Needed!
Day of the Week & Time: Thursdays, 7-9 pm
Location: St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 404 Willard Avenue, Toronto (see map)
Directions: Walking distance from Jane or Runnymede Subway, use north side door entrance
Parking: Street parking available
Accessibility: Our meeting place in the church is not wheelchair accessible
NOVA ACA on Danforth Avenue – Sundays
Day of the Week & Time: Sundays, 6:00 – 7:30 pm
York Region ACA Meeting
Thursdays • 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 32 Mosley Street Aurora, ON L4G 1G9 The York Region ACA is off to a great start. This is a new group and is looking forward to adding new members. All are welcome! The Church is located one block south and one block east of Yonge and Wellington. Parking is available on the street on Victoria Street and on Mosley Street. Beginning September 2016, the meeting will be in the upstairs room, which unfortunately is only accessible by stairs (the church has no elevator.) We are working to make our upstairs room wheelchair/scooter accessible as quickly as possible. Please note that this meeting has a “no fragrances (including essential oils)” and “no food during meetings” policy. If you would like more information on this new ACA meeting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACA Toronto North
Mondays • 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Please note -There is no meeting if Monday is a holiday.) UPCOMING SCHEDULE: Please check the web site for ACA Toronto North. More information on the schedule for this meeting group is available at http://www.acatorontonorth.org Our meeting rooms are opened at 6:30pm and start at 7pm. We usually meet in committee 1, 2 or 3 on the lower level near the washrooms – proceed through the glass doors. All are welcome, we would appreciate support from the ACA Fellowship as our numbers are slightly lower due to the room reservation difficulties. There is a slight chance the civic centre may occasionally may assign us a different meeting room; if you don’t find us right away, please ask the staff or security for ACA. All meetings for the evening are posted to the right of the sliding glass doors that lead to the committee rooms and there is an info desk on the main floor. North York Civic Centre (see map) 5100 Yonge Street, Toronto West side of Yonge St., north of Sheppard Ave., between Aquatic Centre and Library. The letter A is usually placed on the door knob of the meeting room and listed on the directory. More information on this meeting group is available at http://www.acatorontonorth.org
Tuesdays • 7:30PM – 9:30PM St Andrews United Church (see map) 117 Bloor St East Toronto, ON M4W 1A9. Just West of Church St. Enter either from Bloor or from Hayden St, I block South of Bloor. If locked, press buzzer. Second Floor. Note on accessibility: St. Andrew’s is fully wheelchair accessible. You may enter from the ramp at our 117 Bloor St. E entrance or from 54 Hayden St. There is underground parking for those who drive. An elevator is available to take you from the parking garage to the other levels of the church.
Wednesdays • 7:30PM – 9:00PM St Andrews United Church (see map) 117 Bloor St East Toronto, ON M4W 1A9. Just West of Church St. Enter either from Bloor or from Hayden St, I block South of Bloor. If locked, press buzzer. Central Room. Note on accessibility: St. Andrew’s is fully wheelchair accessible. You may enter from the ramp at our 117 Bloor St. E entrance or from 54 Hayden St. There is underground parking for those who drive. An elevator is available to take you from the parking garage to the other levels of the church.
Saturdays • 5:00PM – 7:00PM Church of the Redeemer (see map) 162 Bloor St West Toronto ON M5S 1M4. North East corner of Bloor & Avenue Rd. Entrance is at front of church, through East door and upstairs.
Scarborough East ACA: NEW LOCATION
Our meetings are held on Fridays 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Location: We are permanently moving to St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 115 St. Andrews Road, Scarborough, M1P 4N2. We meet upstairs in the Secretary’s Lounge. Look for a yellow “A” on the door handle.
Driving Directions: Exit off the 401 at McCowan Road South, turn right (west) onto St. Andrews Road, follow the meandering road. The church will be on the left (south side). There is ample parking at the back of the church.
For the TTC, there is a bus stop at St. Andrews and McCowan Rd, walk west for about 10 minutes to the church, meeting entrance is at the back of the church beside the parking lot.
If you would like more information on this ACA meeting, please contact email@example.com.
Durham Region ACA
Wednesday 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. (New time, effective Mar 2, 2016) St. John’s Anglican Church (see map) 150 Victoria Street East Whitby, Ontario, L1N 9L8 Directions: Exit off the 401 at Brock St. S (exit 410), from Toronto keep left turn left at Brock St. S, turn left at Victoria St., 150 Victoria St is on the left side. If coming from east of Oshawa, exit off the 401 at Brock St. (exit 410), turn left at Brock St. S, turn left at Victoria St., 150 Victoria St. is on the left side, parking is east side of the church.
Belleville Seeds of Change
Thursday: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Eastminister United Church (see map) 432 Bridge Street East, Room 402 Belleville, Ontario K8N 1R2 Corner of Herchimer Avenue and Bridge Street East. You can park at the church and across the street on the North West corner. This is a new group and they are looking forward to adding new members!!
Belleville Laundry List Meeting
Sunday 4:30-6:00 pm
This weekly meeting is an ongoing meeting that focuses on the Laundry List workbook. The meeting is at Eastminister United Church, 432 Bridge St. East, Belleville, ON, K8N 1R1.
The ACA Regional Intergroup Greater Toronto & Area (ACA Regional Intergroup) offers support to anyone who wishes to start up a new location closer to their home. We have assisted Durham, Sudbury, Belleville and Scarborough. Scarborough will be celebrating its 2nd year in 2017 and Durham will be celebrating 3 years! We are pleased to assist in planting these seeds of healing and carrying the message forward as part of our Step 12 work.