Men who believe in and follow Christ feel called to do more than just be present for Sunday worship. Through study, prayer, service, and fellowship we are making disciples by connecting men with God, our church, our community, and each other. They want to make friends and share companionship, find and develop opportunities to serve others, and celebrate being part of a brotherhood of believers. Men depend on their peers for mutual support and accountability.
Beyond the act of corporate worship – whether a member, visitor, or friend of a friend – we encourage men in all seasons of their lives to come together and seek deeper involvement in the life and ministries of the church. Sharing a meal and bible study together has been a long-held tradition, as have the many ways in which men have given their time and talents in maintenance and upkeep on our campus.
Small groups, known as Life Groups, offer opportunities for deeper involvement. Each group is individually developed around a video or book study, a meal or special time together, with bible study or devotionals and service also being part of the small group experience. These small groups evolve into a safe place to share deeply, to encourage and uplift others in difficult circumstances, and become more empathetic and understanding of those around us. All men are welcome to join the brotherhood.