Serenity Times Newsletter

Serenity Times Newsletter

Welcome to The Serenity Times, the newsletter of Westchester United Intergroup (WUIG) of Overeaters Anonymous! The Westchester United Intergroup (WUIG) represents compulsive eaters throughout the counties of Westchester and Putnam in New York.

The Serenity Times Newsletter:


Serenity Times 1st Qtr 2020


Serenity Times 4th Qtr 2019

Serenity Times 3rd Qtr 2019

Serenity Times 2nd Qtr 2019



Serenity Times Newsletter – Oct-Nov 2018

Serenity TImes Newsletter – Aug-Sept 2018

Spring 2018 Edition – May/June

Early Spring 2018 Edition – March/April

Mid Winter 2018 Edition – January/February

Winter 2017 Edition – November/December

Fall Edition – September/October 2017

Summer Edition – June/July

Early Spring Edition – April/May

Mid Winter Edition – February/March – Click Here

Winter Edition- December/January – Click Here

Fall Edition – October/November – Click Here

Summer/Fall Edition – August/September – Click Here

Back issues can be found in our Intergroup Archives – click here

The newsletter is published four times a year.

Material cannot be returned nor can payment be made. All submissions to the editor must be signed, and when published will appear with first name and last initial unless otherwise requested. Names will be withheld upon request.

The Serenity Times reserves the right to edit all submissions for length and clarity. Other OA groups may reprint without permission. We ask reprinters to cite the writer and The Serenity Times as your source. Courtesy copies of reprinted articles are appreciated. The opinions expressed are those of the writer, not those of WUIG or OA as a whole.

Please address all submissions and correspondence to The Serenity Times via e-mail to:

What is Overeaters Anonymous of Westchester and Putnam Counties of New York?

Overeaters Anonymous of Westchester and Putnam Counties of New York offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. County wide meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where members respect one another’s anonymity. OA charges no dues or fees; it is self-supporting through member contributions.

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