PLEASE contact [email protected] if you have any problems making an online Donation — Meeting BANS, CANCELLATIONS, ZOOM & phone meeting info – Last Update 5/29/2020 Note: Step 6 Workshop June 20 – new ZOOM or call 1 929-205-6099, Meeting ID: 879 0006 6451, Password: 369375

New as of 3/20/2020 MBI meeting go-ers who are able and willing to chair/host their usual face to face meeting as a Free Phone or Zoom phone and (optional) visual meeting, Contact Beth P at: [email protected] for Host information.

June 2020 Highlights


8:30-9:30am, 90 day (Stoneham) Call:425-436-6310. PIN: 853478#.

10-11am, 90 day (Medford) ZOOM:
Meeting ID: 678 611 404 Password: 213703

5-6pm, OA BBSS, (Andover) 605-313-5556. PIN: 839941#.

5-6pm, (Newtonville) Call: (605) 313-5140, PIN 173475#


9:30 am (Wellesley) ZOOM:
Phone: 929 436 2866; meeting ID: 169 398 975 meeting password 830554

6:30pm, BBSS (Stoneham) Call 425-436-6359, PIN: 892485#

7:30 pm, For Today (Dedham) ZOOM:
Phone: 929 205 6099; meeting ID: 873 5607 9226 meeting password 262526


NOON, (Wellesley) ZOOM:
Phone: 929 436 2866; Meeting ID: 312 842 2513 meeting password 750452

7pm (Waltham) ZOOM:

Or by phone:
+1 929 205 6099 US
Meeting ID: 221 108 387
Password: 476789

7pm-8:30 pm, (Milton) BBSS. ZOOM:
Or by phone: +1 929 436 2866 US (New York) Meeting ID: 542 691 863 meeting password 649653


8-9am (North Andover) ZOOM:
Meeting ID: 708 604 467 Password: 502545 Or dial in: 929 436 2866 Meeting ID: 708 604 467
Password: 502545

9:00-10am, 90 day (Medford) Call:425-436-6310. PIN: 853478#.

9:30am HOW (Cambridge) ZOOM:(until further notice) Meeting ID: 278 249 214
If you want to attend, please email [email protected] to receive an invitation, which will have the password embedded.
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10:30-NOON, MBI meeting(ZOOM) June 13 Join Zoom Meeting
Phone: 1 929 205 6099 (NY,US) Meeting ID: 846 5880 0386 Password: 958493

2:00-3:30pm,(Chelmsford) 1st wk Step 12&12, 2nd & 4th Discussion or Speaker, 3rd Tradition Call 929-436-2866 Meeting ID: 784 925 239# Or ZOOM Meeting ID: 784 925 239 meeting password 229521

Cancellations & Bans

New as of 3/17/2020 Weymouth has cancelled meetings, hoping to resume 4/9 (Thurs. 10am)
New as of 3/14/2020 North Andover Senior Center has cancelled meetings for the next two weeks (Mon. 6pm)
New as of 4/10/2020 Winchester, St. Eulalia, 50 Ridge St (Tues. 7pm) Meeting cancelled until further notice.
Please Note:COVID 19 and the current ban on outside meetings at several OA group meeting locations. Bans have been received from:
Carney, Cambridge, Lawrence memorial, Newton Wellesley, and Deaconess(Milton) hospitals.
Also, from: Church of the Good Shepherd, Reading, MA (Tuesday 9:30am, Wednesday AM and PM), Stoneham Police department community room.

Please know that Mass Bay and Metro West Intergroup are suggesting and supporting “live” Group meetings, by Free Conference Call or Free Zoom conference call.

Please call the contact person to find out if there is a phone meeting or other on line meeting temporarily. (Most contacts can be found on

Also,see letter from OA at Thanks.


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We welcome everyone who wants to stop eating compulsively. There are no dues or fees for members; we are self-supporting through our own contributions, neither soliciting nor accepting outside donations. OA is not affiliated with any public or private organization, political movement, ideology or religious doctrine; we take no position on outside issues.

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