Wooster Sun Night

St. James Episcopal Church
Sunday
8:00 PM

Wooster N.U.T.S. Big Book Study

St. James Episcopal Church
Monday
12:00 PM

Wooster

Trinity United Church Of Christ
Monday
8:00 PM

Alkies Lunch Bunch

St. James Episcopal Church
Tuesday
12:00 PM

Women In Sobriety

St. Mary
Tuesday
12:00 PM

On Common Ground

Wooster Pathway
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Pathway Tues Night Big Book Study

Wooster Pathway
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Tues Serenity Big Book Discussion

Trinity United Church Of Christ
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Wooster Wednes 12x12x12

St. James Episcopal Church
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Wooster Wednes 123

Steps At Liberty Center
Wednesday
5:30 PM

Turn A New Leaf

St. Mary
Wednesday
7:00 PM

Wooster Closed Mens

Trinity United Church Of Christ
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Lighthouse Womens AA

Beacon House
Thursday
7:00 PM

Booze Down Thurs Night

Central Christian Church
Thursday
8:00 PM

Wooster Early Bird Discussion

St. James Episcopal Church
Thursday
9:00 AM

Wooster Brown Baggers

St. James Episcopal Church
Friday
12:00 PM

Fri Night Focus

Trinity United Church Of Christ
Friday
8:00 PM

Satur Women's Jail Meeting

Wayne County Jail
Saturday
1:00 PM

Wooster Satur Serenity

First Prebysterian Church
Saturday
6:30 PM

Satur Night Phoenix

St. James Episcopal Church
Saturday
10:30 PM

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