District 10 Temporary Schedule

Bloomington, IN AA 

Meetings with Social Distancing & Online Meetings 

Schedule of In-Person Meetings with Social Distancing and Online Meetings

***12/24 Club at 1412 W. 11th Street is open for almost all meetings. Chairs are marked 6 feet apart. Everyone must wear a mask. *8*

Sunday 

8:30 AM On Awakening | Closed Meditation (only for those with a desire to stop drinking)

In-Person:  Switchyard Park

8:00 PM Campus Group | Closed 12 Steps & 12 Traditions Discussion (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) | Last Sunday of the month is an Open Speaker Meeting (non-alcoholics welcome to attend as observers) 

In-person meeting will be held in parking lot of usual location (United Presbyterian Church, 1701 E 2nd St.). Bring your own chair. The church allows access to one restroom. Only one person at a time allowed in the building. In the event of inclement weather, the meeting will revert to Zoom. 

Online:Access via browser and Zoom App: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/251104116 (Password: armadillo) | Audio only 

Monday 

7:00 AM Just For Today | Closed Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking)

In Person: JFT will resume in-person meetings at First United Methodist Church (219 E 4th St, Bloomington, IN) on Monday, June 22. Attendance will be limited to 15 people on a first-come basis. All attendees are required to wear maska and maintain 6 foot distances. 

Online: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/969069623 

6:00 PM 5th Traditionists’ Group | Open Literature Step and Tradition Discussion Meeting (non-alcoholics welcome to attend as observers) 

Online: Access via browser and Zoom App: 

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/706539583?pwd=R3E2cHB0a3B5Y0VLZmtIVHJIMG8rQT09 Meeting ID: 706 539 583

Password: 020751 

7:00 PM Live and Let Live Group | Closed LGBTQIA Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

Online: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://zoom.us/ 

code: 367 658 246 

password: service 

8:00 PM Fresh Pickles Young People’s Meeting | Open Discussion Meeting (non-

Alcoholics are welcome to attend as observers)

In-person meeting with social distancing observed at Rev. Ernest D. Butler Park shelter (812 W 9th St, Bloomington, IN). Bring chairs and Big Book. 

Tuesday 

7:00 AM Just For Today | Closed Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) JFT will resume in-person meetings at First United Methodist Church In In-Person: (219 E 4th St, Bloomington, IN) on Monday, June 22. Attendance will be limited to 15 people on a first-come basis. All attendees are required to wear masks and maintain 6 foot distances. 

Online: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/969069623 

12:15 PM Gift of Hope Group | Closed Step Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

Online: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://zoom.us/j/298340843 

password: 1224 

6:00 PM Shivering Denizen Outreach Meeting (Men’s Open Discussion) 

Online:Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/8801805346 

Access via phone:

● Dial 312-626-6799 

● Enter 880-180-5346 for the Meeting ID, then # 

● Enter # for the Attendee ID 

Wednesday 

7:00 AM Just For Today | Closed Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

In-Person:JFT will resume in-person meetings at First United Methodist Church 

(219 E 4th St, Bloomington, IN) on Monday, June 22. Attendance will be limited to 

15 people on a first-come basis. All attendees are required to wear maska and 

maintain 6 foot distances. 

Online:Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/969069623 

Online meeting continues. See Schedule of Online Meetings below for details. 

5:30 PM On Awakening | Closed Meditation (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

In-Person: Switchyard Park

5:30 PM All in Group | 12/24 Club | Open Discussion Meeting (non-alcoholics welcome to attend as observers) 

Online: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/775506554 Meeting ID: 775 506 554 

8:00 PM Invisible Diseases That Are Trying to Kill Us 

Online: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://zoom.us/j/6619958857 

Meeting ID: 661 995 8857 

Thursday 

7:00 AM Just For Today | Closed Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking)

In-Person: JFT will resume in-person meetings at First United Methodist Church (219 E 4th St, Bloomington, IN) on Monday, June 22. Attendance will be limited to 15 people on a first-come basis. All attendees are required to wear maska and maintain 6 foot distances. 

Zoom:  Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/969069623

12:15 PM Gift of Hope Group | Closed Step Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

Zoom: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://zoom.us/j/298340843 password: 

1224 

Access via phone: 

● Dial 1-929-205-6099 

● Enter Meeting ID: 298 340 843 

6:00 PM 5th Traditionists’ Group | Open Newcomers Speaker/Discussion Meeting (non-alcoholics welcome to attend as observers) 

Zoom:  Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/91013967405 

8:00 PM Campus Group | Closed 12 Steps & 12 Traditions Discussion (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

Zoom:  Access via browser and Zoom App: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/251104116 (Password: armadillo) 

 Friday 

7:00 AM Just For Today | Closed Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

In-Person: JFT will resume in-person meetings at First United Methodist Church (219 E 4th St, Bloomington, IN) on Monday, June 22. Attendance will be limited to 15 people on a first-come basis. All attendees are required to wear maska and maintain 6 foot distances. 

Zoom:. Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/969069623 

6:30 PM Shivering Denizens Men’s Group | Closed Men’s Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

In-Person:Starting Friday June 5th Shivering Denizens Men’s Group will begin to 

hold in-person meeting with social distancing observed for those who are interested. 

Arrive at First United Methodist Church (219 E 4th St, Bloomington, IN) by 6.25 PM. 

A Shivering Denizens Mens Group member will meet people and direct them to an 

outdoor place within a couple of minutes walk. This in-person meeting will be a 

discussion meeting. 

Zoom: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/8801805346 

Access via phone: 

● Dial 312-626-6799 

● Enter 880-180-5346 for the Meeting ID, then # 

● Enter # for the Attendee ID 

8:00 PM Fresh Pickles Young People’s Meeting | Open Discussion Meeting (non-alcoholics welcome to attend as observers) 

In-person:meeting  with social distancing observed at Rev. Ernest D. Butler Park 

shelter (812 W 9th St, Bloomington, IN). Bring chairs and Big Book. 

Zoom: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://zoom.us/j/6619958857 Meeting ID: 661 995 8857 

Saturday

9.00 AM Early Birds | Closed Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

Zoom: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://zoom.us/j/919837930 

Meeting ID: 919 837 930 

Passcode: 919837930 

9:00 AM The Steps We Took | Closed Literature/Big Book Discussion Meeting (only for those with a desire to stop drinking) 

Zoom: Access via browser and Zoom App: https://iu.zoom.us/j/96289570060 

Meeting ID: 962 8957 0060 

Basic Information about Zoom 

Zoom is a videoconferencing tool that is widely used for personal and professional purposes. Zoom offers a free level of service. That service allows one to use Zoom for up to 40 minutes. When you participate in a meeting organized by someone with a higher level of Zoom service, you can remain in a meeting for the duration of it. The 40-minute time-limit does not apply in that case.

You can use Zoom on a desktop, on a device (smartphone or tablet), or just by calling in to a number. 

This website provides information about how to set up and use Zoom. 

Easiest I have found is to set up my laptop by installing the application there. Then when I want to join a meeting, I just click on the link for that meeting. This website explains how to use that desktop option. 

Best Practices Knowledgebase 

Meeting Practices (for everyone) 

● When participating in a meeting, mute yourself whenever you are not speaking. Microphones pick up televisions, nail filing, tapping, or sniffles. This sound is transmitted to the meeting and interrupts the sound of the person speaking. 

● Some people opt to turn off video as well as muting, and that is fine. 

Organization Practices (for organizers) 

● This resource provides information about managing Zoom-bombing. If a more useful resource could be provided here, please advise. 

● For each online meeting it helps to have a chair of the meeting and a moderator, two separate roles. The moderator can manage participation while the chair leads the meeting. The moderator could also monitor the chat where meeting participants might note technological issues (for example, calling for everyone to participate voice-only to manage the amount of data trafficking during a meeting). 

● The organizer of the meeting should participate in the meeting. Only the organizer has the capability to remove unwanted participation like Zoom-bombers. In order for the moderator to manage participation, they need to be an organizer of the meeting. It is possible to add designated organizers of the meeting using Zoom settings. ● Setting a password for a meeting is a way to prevent Zoom-bombing.