Blueprint for life

a building
Sunday
11:00 AM
Sunday
6:00 PM

HYDE PARK

ST JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday
7:30 PM
Monday
3:00 PM

White House women stag

church
Monday
6:30 PM

LAST HOPE

ST JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Monday
8:00 PM

Effect Produced

WLA Alano Club
Monday
8:00 PM

We Agnostics

Metropolitan Community Church
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Pacific Group

west los angeles
Wednesday
8:00 PM

Pacific Group

University Synagouge
Wednesday
8:00 PM

Speaker/Participation

West Los Angeles Alano Club
Thursday
12:00 PM

L'Chaim A.A.

Beit T'Shuvah
Thursday
7:00 PM

BY THE BOOK-STEP STUDY

Across from La Brea Tar Pits
Thursday
7:15 PM
Thursday
7:30 PM

Central LA Step Study Group

Wilshire Presbyterian Church
Thursday
7:30 PM

Central LA Step Study Group

Parish House
Thursday
7:30 PM

Shabbat Service

Beit T'Shuvah
Friday
6:30 PM

New Hope on New Hampshire

CHURCH
Friday
8:00 PM

Super Studs

Mt. Hollywood Congregational Church
Friday
8:00 PM

Olympic Gratitude

Bethel Church
Friday
8:30 PM

Leather sex in Sobriety

A.T. Center
Friday
8:30 PM

We Agnostics

Kaiser Hospital
Friday
8:30 PM
Friday
8:30 PM

Sisters in Sobriety

Los Angeles
Saturday
10:00 AM

Connie Brown

south central los angeles
Saturday
7:00 PM

Laurel Canyon Grapevine

Los angeles CA
Saturday
8:30 AM

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a collective of international mutual aid fellowships made up of individuals who are dedicated to helping one another achieve a life of freedom from alcohol use disorder. More commonly referred to as AA, the organization was founded in 1935 and popularized the first 12-step program for overcoming alcohol addiction. These 12 steps are a group of principles that are aimed at dispelling the obsession to drink alcohol in order to help individuals live happier and fuller lives.

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