Breakfast

Falmouth High School
Sunday
10:00 AM

OLD FIREHOUSE

OLD FIREHOUSE
Sunday
6:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 PM

Each Day a New Beginning

Falmouth Hospital
Sunday
7:30 AM

Each Day A New Beginning

Falmouth Hosp.
Sunday
7:30 AM

Discussion

St. Barnabas
Monday
12:00 PM

Each Day a New Beginning

Wesley Methodist
Monday
7:00 AM

St. Barnabas

St. Barnabas
Tuesday
10:00 AM

Discussion

St. Patricks
Tuesday
12:00 PM

Maverick

St. Barnabas
Tuesday
8:00 PM

24 Hours

Fisher Hall
Tuesday
8:00 PM

CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH

CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
Tuesday
8:00 PM

Each Day a New Beginning

Wesley Methodist
Tuesday
7:00 AM

Discussion

St. Patricks
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Discussion

St. Patrick
Wednesday
12:00 PM

1-2-3 Step

Fisher Hall
Wednesday
12:00 PM

OLD FIREHOUSE

OLD FIREHOUSE
Wednesday
7:00 PM

Each Day a New Beginning

Wesley Methodist
Wednesday
7:00 AM

Discussion

St. Patricks
Friday
12:00 PM
Friday
7:30 PM

Each Day a New Beginning

Wesley Methodist
Friday
7:00 AM

Each Day A New Beginning

Falmouth Hosp.
Saturday
7:30 AM

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