This is a list of upcoming sessions in your area.

Unless otherwise noted all sessions are conducted in English.



  Protecting God's Children for Adults
 
Where: Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Bernardsville)
When: Tuesday, May 14, 2019
7:00 PM
Estimated length of session: 2 hrs  30 min
Spaces remaining: 11 of 20
Language: This session will be conducted in English
Wheelchair accessible: Yes

  Protecting God's Children for Adults
 
Where: Immaculate Conception-Clinton (Annandale)
316 Old Allerton Road
When: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
7:00 PM
Estimated length of session: 3 hrs
Spaces remaining: 48 of 50
Language: This session will be conducted in English
Notes: Class is in the Church Basement starting promptly at 7PM with no children permitted. You are however welcome to bring along dinner and your questions.
Wheelchair accessible: Yes

  Protecting God's Children for Adults
 
Where: Most Holy Redeemer (Matawan)
133 Amboy Road
When: Tuesday, June 4, 2019
7:00 PM
Estimated length of session: 1 hrs  30 min
Spaces remaining: 25 of 30
Language: This session will be conducted in English
Notes: you must register before the class starts
Wheelchair accessible: Yes

  Protecting God's Children for Adults
 
Where: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (Three Bridges)
105 Summer Road
When: Monday, June 17, 2019
6:30 PM
Estimated length of session: 2 hrs  30 min
Spaces remaining: 13 of 20
Language: This session will be conducted in English
Notes: No children please.
Wheelchair accessible: Yes

  Protecting God's Children for Adults
 
Where: St. Philip and James (Phillipsburg)
430 South Main Street
When: Monday, July 8, 2019
6:00 PM
Estimated length of session: 2 hrs  45 min
Spaces remaining: 37 of 40
Language: This session will be conducted in English
Notes: Side door opens at 5:45pm. Please arrive on time and plan on staying for the entire session to receive credit for attending. **We will be meeting in the Parish Meeting Room, basement of Mercy Hall. *Not handicap accessible.
Wheelchair accessible: Yes

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