Sunday
11:00 AM

Little Red Schoolhouse

Little Red Schoolhouse
Sunday
3:30 PM

Little Red Schoolhouse

Herring & Long Pond
Sunday
3:30 PM

Big Book Step Study

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Sunday
6:30 PM

Big Book Step Study

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Sunday
7:00 PM
Sunday
7:30 PM
Sunday
7:30 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM

Fore And Aft

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Monday
10:30 AM

Fore And Aft

Christ Ch. Par. Hall
Monday
10:30 AM

Road to Recovery

Little Red school House
Monday
6:00 PM

Jordan

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Monday
7:00 PM

Jordan

Christ Church Parish Hall
Monday
7:00 PM

Mayflower

St. Bonaventure
Monday
7:00 PM

Fore & Aft

Christ Ch. Par. Hall
Tuesday
10:30 AM

Fore & Aft

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Tuesday
10:30 AM

Tues. Night Steps

Ch. of Pilgrimage
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Red School House

Red School House
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Fore & Aft

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Wednesday
10:30 AM

Fore & Aft

Christ Ch. Par. Hall
Wednesday
10:30 AM

Road to Recovery

Little Red school House
Wednesday
6:00 PM

Obviously Young Peoples

St. Mary's Parish Ctr.
Wednesday
7:00 PM

Back to Basics

St. Mary's Parish Hall
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Class Act 12&12

School House
Wednesday
7:30 PM
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Fore & Aft

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Thursday
10:30 AM

Honest Effort

Anchor House
Thursday
7:30 PM

Fore & Aft

Christ Ch. Par. Hall
Friday
10:30 AM

Fore & Aft

Christ Ch. Episcopal
Friday
10:30 AM
Friday
7:30 PM
Saturday
8:00 PM

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