We offer many opportunities throughout the year for adults to enrich their faith through formation, prayer and social events. The events and programs change depending on the needs of the parishioners. Contact the Parish Office for more information.
During the seasons of the Church, programs and workshops are offered that challenge all Catholic adults to live their Christian faith through education, service and prayer.
Bible Study Sessions are currently held on Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. and Fridays at 9:15 a.m.
A St. Paul Men's group meets on Friday mornings. In the fall/winter 2019/20, That Man is You, year one was featured, and over 30 men were registered. A warm breakfast was served at 6:30 am, followed by a video presentation and small group discussion. Currently, other video sessions are being run, and discussion meetings are held through Zoom video conferencing beginning at 7:30 am on Fridays. Contact Mike Chuchara, Mchuchara@stpaulracine.org, or Anthony Noll, AJNoll@wi.rr.com for questions or if you are interested in joining.
A Book Club meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday or Thursday morning from 10:30 to noon - choose the day most convenient for your schedule.
We are blessed to have a wonderful adult parish library offering a nice selection of religious books, DVD's, CD's and periodicals for use by our parishioners. Named in honor of our second Pastor, the Fr. Esser Library is located near the west entrance of our parish facility. The library is open for use during normal parish office hours, as long as it is not being used for a meeting. Feel free to spend time in the library selecting material that will enrich your faith and help you grow closer to God. You may also sign out materials from the library for a two week period.