An Al-Anon Support Group meets at the A&M Church of Christ on Mondays from 7:00 pm until 8:00 pm. The group is open to everyone. To see what Al-Anon is all about click on the link below. For more information about this specific group, contact Kathleen at (979)703-1808.
Christ centered recovery from any hurt,hangup, or habit.
136 players, 18 holes, and 1 great cause! $250 per player, 4 player teams, includes cart, fees, breakfast, lunch, and prizes. All proceeds will benefit Still Creek Ranch of Bryan, Texas, who has been serving children since 1988. When you support Still Creek, you are supporting the long-term care and restoration of children rescued out of crisis. You are literally changing lives. Thank you!
To pre-register or sponsor, call 979-589-3206 or email email@example.com
Once a week on Tuesday FBC volunteers provide each family represented with two sacks of groceries. There are no requirements except a photo ID and proof of current address. Recipients must live in the six county area: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Madison, Robertson, and Washington.
Hosted by SingleMoms Created4Change Advocacy and Empowerment Center. This class/program is founded in prayer and on the word of God. It is designed to help moms who have a criminal history and are ready to reenter their families, community and the workforce. The program includes parenting classes, devotional, job skills training and an opportunity to complete community service hours.
Ongoing – Tuesdays at 9:30am
We are a local non-denominational, non-political group that meets every Tuesday at the American Pavilion Flag Pole at Veterans Park to pray for our country. Come out and join US in prayer!
The Bridge Medical Ministry is a non-profit clinic that provides free medical care to the people of the Brazos Valley. Our volunteer physicians, nurses and prayer partners strive to meet the client’s health and spiritual needs.
The clinic began in October 2011 as a secondary ministry outreach of The Bridge Ministries. The clinic provides basic medical coverage for chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, back to school physicals and other minor healthcare needs. The clinic is not able to provide women health services at this time. Radiologic and laboratory studies and prescription assistance is available.
12 Step Recovery Meeting with Jesus Christ as the true higher power!
This 11-week learning program is designed to increase awareness about the College Station Fire Department’s mission and daily operations. The course will cover a variety of hands-on topics. CPR and First Aid instruction will also be offered. Classes will be conducted on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. from Feb. 11 at city fire stations and the Brayton Fire Training Field. A special Saturday session will feature a live fire exercise. Participants must be at least 18 years old. To apply, visit http://cstx.gov/cfa . Open until filled. For additional information, call (979)764-3712
The Salvation Army Bryan/College Station will be hosting a health fair on Wednesday April 22,2015 from 9 am – 12 pm noon at 2506 Cavitt Avenue. Blinn College Nursing Students will be doing free checks for high blood pressure, diabetes, vision, hearing heights, weights, and will answer health and medical questions. For further information, please contact 979-361-0618.