Category Service

Servipurpose

(noun) The essential sense of purpose and usefulness derived from carrying the message to those still suffering from alcoholism, a concept emphasized in Chapter 7 of the Big Book and the 12th step; a fusion of “servire” (Latin for serve)…

Contribuservisproprium

(noun) The holistic concept of self-support in AA, emphasizing that it encompasses not only financial contributions but also the willingness to serve and actively participate in the fellowship; the understanding that supporting the AA community through service is as vital…

Benefireflex

(noun) The reflective and reciprocal benefit that AA members experience when engaging in service; the understanding that by helping others, individuals often receive profound personal rewards and growth in their own recovery journey; how service within AA not only helps…

Dedicadispendium

(noun) The dedication and commitment involved in service roles within AA, often resulting in personal growth and the realization that giving of oneself does not result in loss but rather enriches one’s life; the positive returns and enrichment that come…

Auxiliumgenerositas

(noun) The generosity and assistance provided through service in AA; the spirit of giving and support that individuals extend to others in the fellowship, promoting a culture of help and care; from Latin “auxilium” (assistance) and “generositas” (generosity).

Servitiumcommunitas

(noun) The sense of community and unity fostered through acts of service in AA; the strengthening of bonds and the creation of a supportive environment as members work together to carry the message of recovery. from Latin “servitium” (service) and…

Benefiparticipatio

(noun) The act of participation in service roles within AA that benefits both the individual and the fellowship; the mutual support and growth that occurs when individuals contribute their time and efforts to help others in recovery. from Latin “beneficium”…