Serenity Club of Alexandria, Inc.
8121-B Richmond Highway - Alexandria, VA 22309
Serenity Club Mission:
To provide a location in Northern Virginia, near Washington, DC,
to disseminate knowledge and information about the disease of
alcoholism and associated addictions, and to provide a meeting
place for members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Al-Anon, Alateen,
and the Serenity Club, where Honesty, Sobriety, Recovery,
Spirituality and Contentment in Life can be found, collectively,
on an individual basis.
To provide a meeting location that truly reflects the spirit of AA’s 12 Steps and 12 Traditions and a club that is accountable to its members through open, honest, and timely communication.
Service to the Community:
The Serenity Club is self-supporting through the contributions of its members, supporters, and meeting participants. The Club operates without any federal, state or local government funding.
- Beginner's group hosts Thanksgiving Feast - see details. Signup sheet at the Club if you plan to bring something.
- Check the Special Events page for information on upcoming Club events.
Contributions and Membership Renewals: Visit the Contributions page to contribute or to renew your membership. If you are not sure of your expiration date, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
History: The Serenity Club was established as the Wilson Club, later became the Serenity Club, and is now incorporated.
Hours of Operation: From 15 minutes before to 15 minutes after each scheduled meeting.
Club Phone Number: (703) 360-1111
Club related Questions or Issues: email@example.com, website issues: firstname.lastname@example.org