For details on any of these groups, events, and studies, please contact us at email@example.com.
Men’s Small Groups
Men’s Small Groups provide a Christ-centered, relational environment that promote conversations on relevant truth from God’s Word. They help foster friendships, discover time-honored spiritual disciplines and develop the heart of a servant so that men may encourage each other to move forward in their faith.Sign up for a Small Group
Every Man a Warrior is a men’s discipleship program meeting at each campus. This small group study helps men build the skills they need to succeed and offers encouragement and accountability as men journey together. New groups will form September 2015. For more information, contact Doug Redford, small groups pastor/men’s ministry.
Connect with other guys and enjoy a hearty “man-style” breakfast. You’ll be encouraged and challenged to take the next step in your walk with Christ. Cost $5.
Saturdays | 7:30 – 9:30 am
October 17, 2015 | April 30, 2016
Man Night is a great way to meet and connect with other guys from your campus. Enjoy some “guy food” and be encouraged in your spiritual journey. Cost $5.
Knapp Street Campus
An outdoor cookout with all the fixings! Join guys from all campuses as we launch the 2015-2016 Men’s Ministry year! You will hear about Men’s Bible Study along with a preview of upcoming events. Bring a friend and a couple of lawn chairs! No cost.
Friday, August 21, 2015
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Registration begins soon.
Wild Game Dinner
Men, prepare your favorite fish or wild game recipe and bring it to the feast! This church-wide event is not just for the outdoorsman. Don’t worry if wild game isn’t your thing, we’ll have other food as well. Bring your friends and neighbors (and a dish that serves 20-25 if you can!) to this annual event in February.
Friday, February 5, 2016
7 – 9:30 pm
The first Thursday of the month | October – May
6:45 – 9:30 pm
A great time to hang out with other men. Each First Thursday features a movie with a unique message related to a man’s journey, followed by a guided group discussion. Pop and popcorn provided. Room 201 at the Cascade Campus. No cost, and no need to sign up.