As You Like It

Martha Jefferson Educational Building
Sunday
10:00 AM

Grapenutts (Grapevine)

Prism Building Upstairs
Sunday
12:30 PM

Full Circle Group

Cherry Ave Christian Church
Sunday
2:00 PM

Joy in Recovery

Region Ten
Sunday
6:30 PM

Primary Purpose Meeting

The Mohr Center
Sunday
6:30 PM

East Rio Rd Group

Church of Our Savior
Sunday
8:00 PM

One Day at a Time Group

Orange Baptist Church
Sunday
8:00 PM

Living Sober Group

Immanuel Lutheran
Monday
12:00 PM

Out to Lunch Bunch

St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Monday
12:30 PM

Rugby Road Team

Westminster Presbyterian
Monday
5:30 PM

Hay una solución (en español)

Church of the Incarnation
Monday
7:30 PM

Courage to Chage

Friends Quaker House
Monday
8:00 PM

New Life Group

St. Paul's Epiccopal
Monday
8:00 PM

Primary Purpose Meeting

The Mohr Center
Monday
8:00 PM

Early Bird Meeting

Belmont Baptist Church
Monday
7:00 AM

Living Sober Group

Immanuel Lutheran
Tuesday
12:00 PM

After Lunch Bunch

Church of Our Savior
Tuesday
1:30 PM

Language of the Heart

Belmont Baptist Church
Tuesday
5:30 PM

Living Sober Group 2

Immanuel Lutheran
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Early Bird Meeting

Belmont Baptist Church
Tuesday
7:00 AM

Wed. & Fri. Discussion Group

St. Paul's Epiccopal
Wednesday
10:30 AM
Wednesday
12:00 PM
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Out to Lunch Bunch

St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Wednesday
12:30 PM

Women's Happy Hour

St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Wednesday
5:30 PM

Men in Mind Group

Immanuel Lutheran
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Hay una solución (en español)

Church of the Incarnation
Wednesday
7:30 PM

A Vision for You

Salvation Army
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Primary Purpose Meeting

The Mohr Center
Wednesday
8:00 PM

Early Bird Meeting

Belmont Baptist Church
Wednesday
7:00 AM

Growth in Recovery

Senior Center, 2nd floor, Crafts Room
Thursday
10:00 AM

N.U.T.T.S (Now U take the steps)

Hinton Ave Methodist Church
Thursday
10:30 AM

Living Sober Group

Immanuel Lutheran
Thursday
12:00 PM

Rugby Road Team

Westminster Presbyterian
Thursday
5:30 PM
Thursday
7:00 PM

The Common Solution

Hinton Ave Methodist Church
Thursday
7:30 PM

New Life Group

St. Paul's Epiccopal
Thursday
8:00 PM

Orange Fellowship Group

Orange Presbyterian Church
Thursday
8:00 PM

Early Bird Meeting

Belmont Baptist Church
Thursday
7:00 AM

Wed. & Fri. Discussion Group

St. Paul's Epiccopal
Friday
10:30 AM

Downtowner's Group T.G.I.F.

Holy Comforter Catholic
Friday
12:00 PM

Our to Lunch Bunch

St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Friday
12:30 PM

Weekenders

Church of the Incarnation
Friday
1:00 PM

Living Sober Group 3

Immanuel Lutheran
Friday
5:30 PM

There is a Solution

Cavalry Baptist Church
Friday
7:00 PM

Hay una solución (en español)

Church of the Incarnation
Friday
7:30 PM

Belmont Heights Group

Hinton Ave Methodist Church
Friday
8:00 PM

Early Bird Meeting

Belmont Baptist Church
Friday
7:00 AM

The Joy of Living

1stStep
Saturday
10:00 AM

A Vision for You

Hinton Ave Methodist Church
Saturday
12:00 PM

Ever Green

Evergreen Ministry
Saturday
2:00 PM

New Beginnings

Region Ten
Saturday
4:00 PM

4th Street DT's

Region Ten
Saturday
7:30 PM
Saturday
8:00 PM

Old Blue Ridge Meeting

Friends Quaker House
Saturday
8:00 PM

Orange Saturday Night Group

Orange Presbyterian Church
Saturday
8:30 PM

Language of the Heart

Belmont Baptist Church
Saturday
9:00 AM

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