Many Paths is a Burien, Washington meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. This is an open meeting, meaning attendance is not restricted to those who have problems with alcohol. Anyone interested in the Alcoholics Anonymous’ program of recovery may attend as an observer.
Everyone deserves recovery, regardless of faith or religion. This includes those with no religion or belief in God. No one has to conform to specific beliefs for meetings at Many Paths. All attendants are treated with respect.
There are no required prayers or chanting at our meetings. Sharing of personal experience during meetings is encouraged, but no one has to share if uncomfortable. No one has to declare what qualifies or brings them to this meeting.
Our goal is that all will find hope in Many Paths – hope that addictive behaviors can be changed as you listen to others at Many Paths.
Many Paths meets twice weekly. The “Agnostic Atheist Friendly” meeting is on Sundays at 10:30am for one hour at the Burien Community Center (14700 6th Ave SW) in the Eagle Landing room. The meeting facility is a modern city building with off-street parking and fully accessible facilities. Access by bus service is close by via the Burien Transit Center.
The second weekly meeting – not labelled “Agnostic Atheist Friendly”– is Wednesday 6:30 ~ 7:30pm at The Solution 207 SW 153rd St in Burien.
A step study meeting is held each Thursday, 6:30 – 7:30pm, at St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church,1005 SW 152nd St, Burien, WA.