Meetings

An updated list of our regular meetings in the Hong Kong & Macau region.

HK Island

Monday 19:30-20:30   (C)

WOMEN'S MEETING
Monday Night Group of NA (Eng/Multi)
(No meeting on public holidays)
Union Church, 18F Sunlight Tower, Wan Chai, HK Island
Contact: 6382 2545

Tuesday 19:30-20:30   (O)
Papillon Group of NA  (Eng/Multi)
Rm 405, The Church of Christ in China, 77 Spring Garden Lane, Wan Chai, HK Island
Contact: 6302 2159 or 9421 5395

Thursday 19.30-20.30   (O)
Freedom Group (Eng/Multi)
Methodist International Church, Wesleyan House, 271 Queen's Rd East,

Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island.
Contact: 6382 2545 or 9421 5395

 

Saturday 20.00-21.00     (C)
Never Alone (Skype Meeting)
Send a request to ‘Hong Kong Skype Meeting’ to be added to the meeting.

Sunday 16.00-17.15     (O)
Step 11 Speaker & Meditation Meeting
Only 1st Sunday of each month
Call helpline for Address

Kowloon

Thursday 20:00-21:00     (C)
Yau Tsim Mong Home Group Meeting
(Eng/Multi)
Kowloon Park.
Contact: For more information about the venue please call : 55854476 or 51866777

Saturday 08:00-9:00     (C)
New Journey Home Group Meeting
Kowloon park  
Contact: 64311597, 59313100

Sunday 19:00 - 20:00     (C) *no meeting on the 1st September 2019*
Kowloon Home Group Meeting
Tung Chau Street Park Squash Centre
Contact: 9721 4123, 98413662 or 69711585

 

New Territories

Wednesday 20:00-21:00     (C)
Yuen Long Home Group Meeting (Eng/Multi)
Yuen Long Park
Contact: 55017397 or 92435252

Sunday 09:00-10:00     (C)
Yuen Long Home Group Meeting
Yuen Long Area, Meeting venue will be chosen as per availability,

please call service persons before you come
Contact:  55017397 or 92435252

 

Macau

Sunday Evening 17:00 - 18:00     (C)
Hope Home group
Flora Garden, Guia Hill Municipal ParkMacau
Contact: +852 95179424, +853 66443677 or +853 62276700

(O) – Open meeting – all welcome
(C) – Closed meeting – only for those who have the desire to stop using

 
 
 

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