last change group

seton hospital adolescent center
Sunday
10:00 AM

full and thankful heart group

st john the baptist catholic church
Sunday
5:00 PM

colgy-seton beginners group

seton hospital adolescent center
Sunday
7:00 PM

eye opener group

blessed hope advent christian church
Monday
10:00 AM

do it sober group

united Methodist Church
Monday
7:30 AM

willingness group

St. Mark's Church
Tuesday
10:00 AM

contrary to popular opinion group

congregational Church
Tuesday
6:00 PM

seton alumni friendly group

seton hospital adolescent center
Tuesday
8:00 PM

shut up and listen group

lutheran church of the resurrection
Tuesday
8:00 PM

do it sober group 2

united Methodist Church
Tuesday
6:45 AM

willingness group

St. Mark's Church
Wednesday
10:00 AM

first things first group

getchell st. baptist church
Wednesday
5:00 PM

do it sober group 3

united Methodist Church
Wednesday
6:45 PM

waterville discussion group

st. josephs church
Wednesday
7:00 PM

do it sober group 2

united Methodist Church
Wednesday
6:45 AM

willingness group

St. Mark's Church
Thursday
10:00 AM

it takes the group

st john the baptist catholic church
Thursday
5:00 PM

shut up and listen group

seton hospital adolescent center
Thursday
8:00 PM

willingness group

St. Mark's Church
Friday
10:00 AM

pleasant hill group

seton hospital adolescent center
Friday
6:00 PM

pleasent hill group

thayer hosp./dean bldg rms 374
Friday
6:00 PM

do it sober group 2

united Methodist Church
Friday
6:45 AM

open hands group

St. Mark's Church
Saturday
10:00 AM

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