A Year Through The Steps

A Year-Long Resource For Working The 12 Steps of AA

This workbook has been developed to serve as a suggested year-long resource for working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.  A month is devoted to each of the Steps, and there are assignments for team members between each of the weekly meetings.  Each Step is presented with suggested discussion items, reading and writing assignments.

Depending on the day of the week you hold you meeting, you may have 5 meetings in a month, on a particular Step.  We have included a special format in the front of the workbook to accommodate these dates.

Feel free to download the file, found in the next section, titled “The Workbook.”  You can then send the file electronically to a printer, or print the workbook yourself.  It is our recommendation that you have the workbook printed on 3-hole punched paper, and put it in a notebook.

****We are pleased to announce that a version of the workbook is available for OA members.  Please refer to the OA workbook page of this site.

Yours in service – Sheila P.

Note:  If you have further questions about beginning a group, feel free to e-mail:  spaxton@amigroup.biz

The material in this workbook was developed from several sources:

  • Sheila P., Boulder, CO, along with a committee of members of the Eye Openers Group
  • An Unofficial Guide to the Twelve Steps, developed by AA Members in Texas and edited by Paul O.
  • Taking the Twelve Steps, written by The Big Book Bunch of Woodlands Hills, CA

This workbook has been developed to serve as a suggested year-long resource for working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.  A month is devoted to each of the Steps, and there are assignments for team members between each of the weekly meetings.  Each Step is presented with suggested discussion items, reading and writing assignments.

Depending on the day of the week you hold you meeting, you may have 5 meetings in a month, on a particular Step.  We have included a special format in the front of the workbook to accommodate these dates.

Feel free to download the file, found in the next section, titled “The Workbook.”  You can then send the file electronically to a printer, or print the workbook yourself.  It is our recommendation that you have the workbook printed on 3-hole punched paper, and put it in a notebook.

****We are pleased to announce that a version of the workbook is available for OA members.  Please refer to the OA workbook page of this site.

Yours in service – Sheila P.

Note:  If you have further questions about beginning a group, feel free to e-mail:  spaxton@amigroup.biz

The material in this workbook was developed from several sources:

  • Sheila P., Boulder, CO, along with a committee of members of the Eye Openers Group
  • An Unofficial Guide to the Twelve Steps, developed by AA Members in Texas and edited by Paul O.
  • Taking the Twelve Steps, written by The Big Book Bunch of Woodlands Hills, CA