Social Organizations: Ties That Bind
Few things are as satisfying as getting together with good friends, especially good friends united by faith. St. Paul offers a number of fellowship opportunities, and each group is always eager to welcome newcomers. Something missing? Let us know so we can pursue the possibilities together.
Coordinators: Cate Racek & Jenny Kincaid
Email: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
This group provides our LGBTQ students, resident parishioners, and their allies with a safe and welcoming place that will encourage participation in the life of our parish. Meetings will be the fourth Thursday of the month for food and fellowship. Contact Cate or Jenny for more details.
Coordinator: Debbie Zerr
Are you “50+”? Do you enjoy good food, great people, and lively conversation? Are you looking for a fun group of like-minded people? Look no further! Join the St. Paul “50+ Club” for their monthly pitch-in dinners.
Knights of Columbus, Bloomington
Coordinator: John Simon
The Knights bring together practicing Catholic men who are committed to unity in faith and support of our Church, charity to those in need, and fraternity with brother Knights. Business meetings are held the second Tuesday beginning with Rosary at 7 p.m. Social meetings are the fourth Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Men to Men
Coordinator: Jim Alling
Email: email@example.com (Include “M2M” on the subject line)
This congenial group of men gathers in the Stephens Room monthly for an hour of spiritual strengthening, dialogue that centers on sacred Scripture readings, spiritual reflection, prayer, and the sharing of the presence of God in our individual worldly lives. All men of the parish are invited to participate in M2M dialogue as their schedule allows. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month from 7-8:30 p.m. We recommend that members be at least post-grad age.
IU Knights of Columbus
Grand Knight: Randy Fortkamp
We engage in outreach and charitable fundraising activities while growing in the principles of the Knights of Columbus: Charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. Members attend monthly meetings and scheduled events, and are practicing Catholics who live the values of the Church.