Men’s Groups in the Diocese

Men’s Group

Holy Family, Arcadia

Saturday’s at 7am

Contact Ken Halama


That Man is You St Mary’s Church, Marathon
Fridays 6:00 am – 7:30am
Contact Bob at

Discipleship small group, focused on Lectio Divina with scripture and discussion

Marshfield  @ Wolfcraft Furniture

114200 Scheuer Creek Rd

Sunday nights, 6:30pm

Contact Matt Wolf


That Man is You Sacred Heart Church, Polonia
Tuesday  6:00-7:30 am

Contact Tom Glavin

(715) 321-4349

The Kingsmen St. Francis Parish, Necedah
Second Saturday  7:00 am – 8:30 am
Contact email
David Texley – 608.565.4579
Paul Arbanas – 608.565.3155
Monthly Men’s Prayer Breakfast

St. Joseph, Stevens Point

8-9:15am third Saturday of the month

Parish Family Center, 1709 Wyatt Ave., St Pt

Contact Pat Wenzel

That Man is You Our Lady of Peace parish, Marshfield
Tuesdays,  6:00 am -7:30 am
Dillenberg Hall: Church basement
Contact Jack Fieweger by email
Men’s Group St Mary’s parish, Tomah
First & Third Wednesdays, Gathering at 5a.m. and starting at 5:20 am finishing by 6:30 am

Contact Jon Burbach by email


Man Fully Alive St. Paul Parish, Bloomer
Saturdays 6:30 am-8:00 am

Contact Mark Anderson



Holy League


St. Mary’s Neillsville

Meet 7pm the First Thursday of the Month

Clinton Hannasch


St. Anne’s

Men’s Group

St Anne’s, Wausau

Meet Monday 6:30-8pm in parish library


Dan Sczygelski


St. Patrick’s, Mauston

Friday mornings 6:15 am – 7:45 am.  2nd floor community room at Mile Bluff Medical Center at 1050 Division St, Mauston, WI  53948.

Bill Ryan



Men’s Group Wis. Rapids

Dcn  Tom Anderson


Men’s Group Wausau

Mike Nichols


Looking for some tips to create Dynamic Ministry to Men in your parish?

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MEN OF THE CROSS – Maximum Impact Plan:

Don’t Go Alone:  join an existing men’s group.  If that is not an option, see our Seven Simple Steps for starting one.

Daily Prayer:  commit to setting time aside every day to be in prayer with God.  Be realistic, start small and keep growing.

Weekly Mass:  be sure you’re celebrating Mass at least on a weekly basis.  If possible, attend daily Mass.

Monthly Confession:  Put this into your calendar and make it a family event.

Annual Retreat:  once a year attend a spiritual retreat

Seven Simple Steps for Starting a Men’s Group*

1. Begin with Pray & Discernment – but don’t be passive.

2. Seek input and guidance from your pastor – make this ongoing.

3. Determine meeting frequency and session length.

4. Determine location that best matches group:  home? parish? other?

5. Begin and end each gathering with a prayer, giving thanks, asking for petitions and praying for one another.

6. Have in progress at all times a Bible study or spiritual book reading.

7. Relax and enjoy  Maintain balance of social and spiritual fellowship

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