On-going Groups

Contact Stephany Crane for information on any of the following offerings:

TUESDAY MORNING STUDY: History of the Church

Begins Tuesday, September 20

9:45-11:00 a.m.
Adult Learning Center
Facilitator:  Gisela Barry
Understand the Church and our faith better with the fatual look at both.

SCRIPTURE SHARING: Bringing God's Word to Life

Wednesday mornings, beginning early September 2016

9:30-11:00 a.m.
Adult Learning Center
Facilitator:  Martha Monaghan
Learn about and reflect on the Scripture readings you will hear on the coming Sunday and so enhance your experience of the liturgy each weekend, and, more importantly, your relationship with God.  How does God's Word speak to you today?


Thursday mornings and evenings, September 22 - April 20, 2017

Thursday mornings from 9:30-11:15 a.m.
Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
A woman's Scripture-based faith sharing group, offering personal study and small group discussions that link everyday challenges and struggles with the teachings of Christ and the Church.
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Click here to register online.
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BEER AND BARRON: Men's Fellowship

Meets roughly every other Thursday

7:30 p.m.
Contact:  Tim Feist
Informal camaraderie among local Catholic men who like good beer, good food, and wouldn't mind improving their lives through learning more about their Faith and meeting other men in the same boat.





15 Friday mornings, September 9 through May 2017

9:30-11:00 a.m.
Adult Learning Center
Facilitator:  Stephany Crane
Join a small group seeking to deepen our relationship with God with the help of Margaret Silf's classic, Inner Compass.  Contact Stephany Crane to sign up.
"Whatever path you're on, God is there to guide you." - Margaret Silf
There is a spiritual treasure that lies within you.
Yes, within you . . .
Not in some closet in the sky or the bishop's office.
Not in some divine database, to which only the elect hold the password.
But in you.
Jesus said himself:
"The Kingdom is very close to you.  It is in your heart."
Six centuries before that, a Greek philosopher said this:
"God is a circle whose center is everywhere
and whose circumference is nowhere."
That "center" is in every human heart--recognized or not.
That "center" is in you.  The very essence and heart
of who you are.
And the circumference?
It's "nowhere" because God has no edges, no boundaries,
no limits.
- Margaret Silf, Inner Compass


Meets twice a month on Saturday mornings beginning September 2016

7:30-9:30 a.m.
Adult Learning Center
Contact:  Mike Lehr
Men's application-oriented Bible and Catechism study group, whose mission is:  To help men grow as disciples of Jesus Christ by deepening their personal relationship with Him in the Catholic faith and growing in holiness, virtue, servant-leadership, and evangelization.