Bible Studies

Cultivate and enrich your faith with fellow Christians to become a motivated and passionate disciple of Christ.

No experience or prior knowledge is necessary…now is the perfect time! The Lord is calling you to know Him better through his Word.

St. Paul offers a variety of Bible studies and book studies designed to take you deeper in knowledge and love of Sacred Scripture and discover how God has called you in your own vocation to serve others. Whether you are a newcomer to reading the Bible or have read more extensively, we encourage you to check out our programs.

Groups meet at different days and ties and focus on various aspects of Scripture. Find a time and an area of interest that works for you!

Consoling the Heart of Jesus: A Ignatius Retreat

When? Mondays, beginning March 13 and continuing for six weeks

What time? 12:00 noon -1:30 pm

Where? St. Clare of Montefalco Parish, Grosse Pointe Park.

Fee? Cost is $20/person. The book may be purchased online.

Got questions? For more info and to register, contact Melanie Mebus.

Letter to Hebrews (Men Only)

Using the Bible as its primary source, this men’s study will continue their journey through the Gospel of Mark at Chapter 15 and then move into the book of Hebrews. No fee to join. For info, contact Chris Mebus at

  • Second, third, and fourth Tuesdays of each month, 7:15 – 8:30 pm, St. Paul Church Assembly Room Register

Israel’s Story (Men Only)

Come join this men’s book/discussion group studying some of the most memorable teachings of Jesus that were delivered as parables found in the Gospels. $15.00 fee. For info, contact Tim Reaume at 313.884.2057 or

  • First and third Saturdays of the month, 9:00 – 10:30 am, St. Paul Church Assembly Room Register



This life changing experience will help you to discover the Catholic faith in all its riches and vitality. Dynamic presenters in visually stunning fast-paced videos will capture your attention & present the Christian faith in new and unexpected ways. $20.00 fee.

  • Mondays beginning January 9, 2017, 6:30 – 7:45 pm, St. Paul School Library Register
  • Tuesdays beginning January 10, 2017, 9:00 – 10:30 am, St. Paul Church Assembly Room Register