Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Lets Get Honest Group
Sunday
4:00 PM

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Vision of Hope Group
Monday
12:00 PM
Monday
7:00 PM

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Vision of Hope Group
Tuesday
12:00 PM

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Blind Faith Group Speaker,
Tuesday
7:00 PM

First Presbyterian Church

New Way of Life Group, IP Study
Tuesday
8:00 PM

New Way of Life

New Way Of Life Group Speaker,
Tuesday
8:00 PM

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Vision of Hope Group
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Saint Marks

TGIF Group Discussion/Participation
Wednesday
7:00 PM

First Presbyterian Church

Wednesday Living Room Group, Tradition, Non-Smoking
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Vision of Hope Group
Thursday
8:00 PM

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Lets Get Honest Group Discussion/Participation
Friday
12:00 PM

Walnut Street Pavilion

NA Means Necessary Group, Non-Smoking, Tradition
Friday
5:30 PM

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church

Blind Faith Group It Works Study, Candlelight
Friday
7:30 PM

Saint Catherine Parish

Just for Today Group
Saturday
8:30 PM

Saint Thomas UCC

12 & 12 at 12 Group Discussion/Participation
Saturday
11:59 PM

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