Parkside

Calvary United Methodist Church
Sunday
1:30 PM

Early Night Out

Washington West Project, 2nd FL
Sunday
5:30 PM
Sunday
1:00 AM

PETS

Mt. Carmel Baptist Church
Monday
11:00 AM

Old City

Christ Ch. Meeting House
Monday
12:15 PM

The Hope Group

Center City
Monday
12:30 PM

Early Night Out

Washington West Project, 2nd FL
Monday
5:30 PM
Monday
6:00 PM

Conscious Contact

First United Methodist Church of Germantown
Monday
6:00 PM

Parkside

Calvary United Methodist Church
Monday
7:00 PM

West Oak Lane

Reformation Lutheran Church
Monday
7:30 PM
Monday
7:30 PM

Early Night Out

Washington West Project, 2nd FL
Tuesday
5:30 PM

Parkside

Calvary United Methodist Church
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Reaching Out Group

Seventh Day Adventist
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Medina Step Work

Methodist Church
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Early Night Out

Washington West Project, 2nd FL
Wednesday
5:30 PM

Fishbook

Circle of Hope - 2nd Floor
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Overbrook Step Meeting

Overbrook Presbyterian Church
Wednesday
8:30 PM

Early Night Out

Washington West Project, 2nd FL
Thursday
5:30 PM

the kenzo group

hope outreach ministries
Thursday
7:00 PM

Medina Big Book Study

Methodist Church
Thursday
7:30 PM

Early Night Out

Washington West Project, 2nd FL
Friday
5:30 PM

Greater Northeast Group Of Alcoholics Anonymous

Frankford Ave
Friday
7:00 PM

No More Excuses

Landtitle Building
Saturday
11:00 AM

Early Night Out

Washington West Project, 2nd FL
Saturday
5:30 PM

Parkside

Calvary United Methodist Church
Saturday
7:00 PM

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