Building on a rich tradition of more than 50 years, the Richard Mauthe Center for Faith, Spirituality, and Social Justice provides opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the Greater Green Bay Community to explore faith, nurture the spiritual life, and serve others.

Over the years, countless people have contributed to the writing of our story through the selfless giving of their time, talent and treasure.  And today, we feel invigorated to work with the next generation of authentic leaders to write a new chapter - defined by our effort to find innovative ways to continue to transform the lives of students and community members we serve.


We are the few crazy souls that dare to blaze new trails toward understanding and leave behind the worn out arguments of the past.  We look up to have a conversation with the Creator, we look inward to challenge ourselves to be better, and we look outward to carry on a civil dialogue with others and work toward a common good.


We are you.  And you are welcome.



The Richard Mauthe Center for Faith Spirituality and Social Justice will be recognized as a leader in promoting spiritual development and the values of respect, peace, and justice. The Center welcomes all people and all spiritual perspectives. 

C O N N E C T   W I T H   U S

We love when we are able to serve with others! If you would like to volunteer with the Mauthe Center, promote a project or program you are working on, or need a place to foster ideas for the future, stop into the Center, call, email, or message us on Facebook. We hope to hear from you soon.

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/MautheCenter

Email: info@mcenter.org

Phone: (920) 465-5133

Remodeling Project

In 2018, the Mauthe Center completed its renovation in all rooms except the kitchen space. If you haven't had the chance yet (or even if you have!), stop by for one of our programs and see how the Center has been transformed to better serve others.



The Mauthe Center has been a  nonprofit since 1968.  We are dedicated to promoting peace, justice, and ecumenism.


2418 Leon Bond Drive

Green Bay, WI 54311

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 8673

Green Bay, WI 54308

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