Witch City

State College So. Campus Cafe.
Sunday
10:00 AM
Sunday
10:00 AM

Smart Start

Mission
Sunday
4:00 PM

Another Chance

St. James Chapel
Monday
10:00 AM

Back to Basics

Salvation Army
Monday
12:00 PM

Back to Basics

Beverly Coop Bk.
Monday
12:15 PM

Castle Hill Gratitude

St. Ann's
Monday
8:00 PM

Another Chance

St. James Chapel
Tuesday
10:00 AM

Another Chance

St. James Chapel
Tuesday
10:00 AM

Simply 12 + 12

Grace Church
Tuesday
6:00 PM

Simply 12 + 12

Grace Ch.
Tuesday
6:00 PM
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Another Chance

St. James Chapel
Wednesday
10:00 AM

Back to Basics

Salvation Army
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Back to Basics

Beverly Coop Bank
Wednesday
12:15 PM

Smart Start

Mission
Wednesday
4:00 PM

Beyond Belief

Univ./Unit. Church
Wednesday
7:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 PM

North River 12+12

St. James Hall
Wednesday
8:00 PM

Smart Start

Salvation Army
Thursday
4:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 PM

Another Chance

St. James Chapel
Friday
10:00 AM

Back to Basics

Salvation Army
Friday
12:00 PM

Back to Basics

Beverly Coop Bank
Friday
12:15 PM

Weekender

First Ch. Unitarian
Friday
6:30 PM

Another Chance

St. James Chapel
Saturday
10:00 AM

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