You do NOT have to register to ATTEND any OA meeting. There are no dues or fees to attend a meeting.
MWI meeting updates
Below is the updated MWI meeting list. As meetings are coming back in person, hybrid or fully virtual we are updating this form. Please check back frequently for meeting status.
Also, MWI has 3 zoom accounts for our meetings to use. If any MWI meeting wants to use one of the MWI zoom accounts, please contact Blair at email@example.com and put ‘MWI zoom account’ in the subject line.
Your MetroWest Intergroup
Greater Boston, Massachusetts
Join us for the February MWI Flash Mob
MetroWest Intergroup is using crowd power to boost attendance and inject fresh energy into a different meeting each month by encouraging folks to show up! Experience the recovery power of a community drawn together by common needs. Everyone is invited to a Flash Mob Meeting, even if it’s designated for a special group of OA folks. Boost meeting attendance and morale, mix up your usual meeting attendance and support everyone’s recovery. Show up to “mob” a meeting below.
The February Flash Mob
2/10/2023, Friday, 6:00 PM
West Roxbury Meeting.
MWI Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/7056582426 OR call 1-929-205-6099; mtg ID: 705-658-2426
call Mary L 1-617-323-1420 for passcode
Overeaters Anonymous has approximately 6,500 meetings in over 80 countries. Use the search buttons to find a face-to-face, telephone, online, or non-real-time meeting (meetings that do not meet in real time, such as loops, social media, and mobile apps).
To be registered with the WSO, OA meetings must fulfill the definition of an OA group, which means they meet to practice the Twelve Steps and Traditions of OA, welcome all who have the desire to stop eating compulsively, do not require members to practice any actions to remain a member or to share at a meeting, and as a group they have no affiliation other than OA.
What you will find at OA meetings is:
- Acceptance of you as you are now, as you were, as you will be.
- Understanding of the problems you now face — problems almost certainly shared by others in the group.
- Communication that comes as the natural result of our mutual understanding.
- Recovery from your illness.
- Power to enter a new way of life through the practice of the Twelve-Step recovery program, the belief in a power greater than yourself, and the support and companionship of the group.
What you won’t find at OA meetings:
Weigh-ins • Packaged meals • Dues • Fees • “Shoulds” • “Musts”
If you decide that you are one of us, we welcome you with open arms. Whatever your circumstances, we offer you the gift of acceptance. You are not alone anymore. Welcome to Overeaters Anonymous. Welcome home!
We are based in Greater Boston, Massachusetts, and extend our heart and our hand to anyone seeking help.
Call anytime: (508) 875-0001
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