You could start a sutta study group on Meetup.com. Then use the following to study some suttas with people:http://leighb.com/studygid.htmhttp://www.shardarogell.com/rsu_docs/pressingoutpurehoney.pdf
I have a Theravada center near to me, but they focus more on the ritual, as well as feel good and loving kindness aspects, than on the overall dhamma.
In my understanding, the goal of the dhamma is not about feeling good about myself or having less stress, it's about not caring whether I feel good or not. To want to be happy, is attachment to sensual pleasure, and a big hinderance. I know that when I don't feel happy, it's a big problem to my mind and I have not overcome that need.
So maybe a sutta study course, getting benefits from how each other's experiences related to the teachings, is even better than having a center near you where the monks step through ritualistic things like chanting, reciting precepts or meditating on loving kindness.