Big Book Mon

United Meth. Ch.
Monday
12:00 PM

Time To Change

Soccar Hall
Monday
7:00 PM

Living Sober

United Methodist Ch.
Tuesday
12:00 PM

Collegetown Disc

United Methodist
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Came to Believe

United Meth.
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Step

United Methodist Ch.
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Women of Dignity

Trinity covenant Ch.
Wednesday
7:00 PM

Freedom W/Faith

United Meth.
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Let's Give It Away

St.Thomas Aquinas Ch.
Wednesday
9:30 AM

In the Book

St. Tom. Aq. Par. Hall
Friday
9:30 AM

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