· Is this happening only for old meetings or new also?How many users are affected?What version of Outlook and Exchange are you running? Try creating a new. Codependents Anonymous is a fellowship for those desiring to have healthy and fulfilling relationships. Area New Meetings. The Primary Purpose Group meets Tuesday nights 7:30-8:30 PM at The Elm City Phoenix Club, 433 Chapel St, New Haven. New Haven Living Clean and. In Western Washington we have over 3,000 meetings to serve you. You can find a meeting in downtown Seattle or as remote as the San Juan Islands.
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Last updated 1st June 2. Meetings take place every week of the year, including public holidays. All meetings are 6. Open unless noted as being Closed.
Open Meetings may be attended by anyone (e. Verbal participation, however, is limited to NA members only. Closed Meetings are for those individuals who identify themselves as addicts or for those who are uncertain and think they may have a drug problem. WA] = Wheel Chair Access. Please note that the map links are indicators to assist with locating meeting venues, and may not provide accuracy within a few metres. KAITAIAKaikohe. WHANGAREIDARGAVILLEWARKWORTHOREWASun. Serenity Sunday, 4.
Orewa Square (large brick community building) [WA]WAIHEKEWed. Topic Discussion, Presbyterian Church corner of Puriri and Oceanview Road, Oneroa, Waiheke Island. AUCKLANDMon. 7: 1. Early Opener: Freemans Bay Community Centre, 5. Hepburn Street (downstairs) [WA]Mon. Westside Meeting: Te Atatu Peninsula Community Centre, 5.
Te Atatu Rd, Te Atatu Peninsula. Mon. 7: 0. 0pm. Topic: The Long Room, Freemans Bay Community Centre, 5. Hepburn Street (downstairs) (7. WA]Mon. 7: 0. 0pm.
Lesbian, Gay, Transgender & Bisexual: All Saints Church, corner Cowan St & Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby [WA]Mon. Southside Serenity: Papakura East Presbyterian Church, 8.
Settlement Road, Papakura. Mon. 7: 3. 0pm. Albany Gratitude: Albany Hall, corner Old Albany Highway & Albany Expressway (past Mega Centre) [WA]Mon. West Way: Corban Chapel, Corban Estate Henderson. Mon. 8: 0. 0pm. Men’s Meeting: 1. Point Chevalier Rd, Point Chevalier (One two six Meeting rooms)Tue. Recover Me West: 1st floor of CADS, 1 Trading Place, Henderson [WA]Tue.
Ponsonby Couch Meeting: Baptist Church Hall, corner Jervois Road & Seymour Street. Tue. 7: 0. 0pm. Experience, Strength and Hope: Freemans Bay Community Centre, 5.
Hepburn Street (downstairs at back) [WA]Tue. Unity: St. Jude’s Hall (behind church), 2. St. Jude Street Avondale. Tue. 7: 3. 0pm. Steps To Freedom: Onehunga Community Centre, 8.
Church Street Onehunga. Bento Style Lunch Boxes For Adults'>Bento Style Lunch Boxes For Adults. Wed. 12: 3. 0pm. Young NA: Grey Lynn Community Centre, 5. Meeting Production Sales.
Richmond Road, Grey Lynn. Wed. 7: 0. 0pm. 12 Steps: All Saints Church Hall, corner Cowan St & Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby [WA]Wed. Glendowie Community Centre, corner Crossfield and Mt Taylor Roads, Glendowie [WA]Wed.
Recovery West: Kelston community Centre, 1. Awaroa Road, Sunnyvale. Thu. 12: 3. 0pm. Heart of the West: Room 1. CADS, 1 Trading Place, Henderson [WA]Thu. Just do It: Salvation Army Manukau, 1. Bakerfield Place (in the main entrance to the Salvation Army Church), Manukau (7.
WA]Thu. 7: 3. 0Fellowship West Meeting: 3. Great North Road, New Lynn [WA]Thu.
North Shore Gratitude: Onepoto Awhina Inc. WA]Thu. 7: 3. 0pm. Women’s Lamplight: Leys Institute, 2. St Marys Road, Ponsonby. Thu. 7: 3. 0pm. Keeping It Real: Church of Scientology Chapel, 1. Grafton Rd (Cnr Carlton Gore and Grafton Rd), Grafton [WA]Fri. Basic Text: Community Lounge (behind church), corner Mt Eden and Ngaruhoe Roads.
Fri. 7: 0. 0pm. Friday Night: Grey Lynn Community Centre, 5. Richmond Road, Grey Lynn. Fri. 7: 0. 0pm. Heart of the South: Friendship House, 2. Putney Way (next to Westfield Mall, entrance from Karoro Court), Manakau City. Fri. 7: 0. 0pm. Maori Common Needs: St Davids, Centennial Room, 7. Khyber Pass Road, Auckland Central (7. Fri. 7: 3. 0pm. New Beginnings: Integrated Neurological Rehab, Tui Glen Reserve, 2 Claude Brookes Drive, Henderson [WA]Sat.
Up & At ‘Em: Rawene House, 3. Childhood Trauma In Adults With Social Anxiety Disorder. Rawene Road, Birkenhead (Chelsea View Room, top of stairs)Sat.
Newcomers Meeting: Saint Benedicts Church (room under the parish), corner Saint Benedicts Street and Alex Evans Drive, Newton [WA]Sat. Saturday Nite Live: The Long Room, Freemans Bay Community Centre (underneath, round the back) Hepburn Street, Freemans Bay [WA]Sat. In All Our Affairs: Unitarian Church ( down the side, underneath) 1. A Ponsonby Road, Grey Lynn [WA]Sun. Daylight: 2. 00 Gillies Avenue, Epsom [WA]Sun.
The Greater Seattle Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership: we are self- supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
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