The St. Gregory's Book Club is a social organization that selects books as a group and meets to discuss them monthly. The group also undertakes seasonal service projects.
Contact: Cissy Singleton
Several afternoon and evening bridge groups for women and for couples meet at the church and in members' homes. The group is open to players of every skill level and newcomers are invited to join at any time. These groups offer opportunities for fellowship and low-key play.
Wednesday Afternoon Contact: Meredith Potter
Evening Bridge Contact: Barb Schaper
A group of parish members meet with other members of the community to participate in the Centering Prayer, described by its founder, Brother Keating, as "a very simple method in which one opens one's self to God and consents to his presence in us and to his actions within us." Each meeting begins with a practice of Centering Prayer in the Chapel, followed by a discussion and/or teaching about Centering Prayer in the library.
Contact: Mary Maraist
The labyrinth, located at the north end of the church parking lot, is a spiritual tool which is used by the community for prayer, walks, and meditation. Occasional instruction in the use of the labyrinth is offered to the community. The Labyrinth Committee ensures its upkeep and proper use.
Contact: Donna Hicks
The Grovers are a group of church members, their neighbors and friends, who live in or near Buffalo Grove. The Group meets twice a month for bible study, prayer, and fellowship in a member's home. A "spin off" of the Grovers, the Brookies has formed at Sedgebrook Retirement Community in Lincolnshire. The Brookies meet monthly for dinner and a discussion of the Gospel for the upcoming Sunday. Additional affinity groups for other neighborhoods and for people in particular life circumstances are being planned with the help of the Grovers.
Contact: Meredith Potter
10:00 AM Holy Eucharist with music