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to We Agnostics Group

We Agnostics Group - DFW

About Us

Meeting since January 2013, We Agnostics Group (WAG/DFW) of Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who offer experience, strength and hope to the recovering alcoholic. Our group supports those who seek freedom from alcohol, while upholding their personal spirituality and philosophy. This includes people who identify themselves as agnostics, atheists or believers of any faith.

In the spirit of the 12th Step, we are hoping to carry the message and expand the WAG meetings in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area. If you are interested in starting a group in your part of DFW, please come to some of our meetings and get a feel for "how it works". The steps and the fellowship are the same, just with a more tolerant attitude about divergent approaches to spirituality in sobriety.

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Remote Meetings with Webex

Sundays 6 - 7pm

Mondays 7 - 8pm

Thursdays 7 - 8pm

To join by phone only:

Dial the access number: (469)210-7159

Enter the access code: 1264681721 followed by ‘#’

No attendee ID needed, just press ‘#’

To join with video, you can:

Download the free Webex app for Windows, Mac, IOS or Android.

To reach the meeting via the app you can use the access code 1264681721

or weagnosticsgroup.my.webex.com/meet/weagnosticsgroup


Use this link in your browser:


(Login with your Webex account or create a free account)


Open To All Who Suffer

Our mission is to provide a forum for people to express the​ir feelings and belief systems in a non-judgmental environment.

Topic Meeting

Our format is for a member to speak a few minutes on a topic and then open it up to the group to share (everyone is invited to talk).

Happy, Joyous and Free-Thinking!

Our Pledge

I am Responsible.
When Anyone, Anywhere Reaches Out For Help,
I Want The Hand Of A.A. Always To Be There.
And For That, I Am Responsible!

Tradition 3

from the AA big book


As Bill Sees It

from a 1946 article in AA Grapevine


Letter from Bill W.



from Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, 1939, p. 30

Most of us sense that real tolerance of other people's viewpoints and a respect for their opinions are attitudes which make us more useful to others.

Contact us

Questions? Let's talk!

Email us: weagnosticsgroup@gmail.com

Better yet, come to a We Agnostics Group AA meeting!

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