Close Menu X

Men's Ministry

Men's Ministry

Men's studies provide men with tools and opportunities that help them grow in their faith, in their relationships with God and others. 

Men’s Studies:


Titus Header





A Study in Titus

MONDAYS: 7:00-8:30pm | ongoing

Leader: Chuck Hoover

Location: Adult Classroom 2

We do good works not to earn God’s favor, but as a result of God’s favor. Drawing from discussion and video content, this study unpacks the book of Titus. You'll be challenged to display the gospel in your life through doing good. 

sign meup


 Brothers Header

Brothers Bible Study

TUESDAYS: 7:00-9:00pm | ongoing 

Leader: Various

Location: Adults Classroom 4

This group meets every other Tuesday to discuss God’s truth from His word. Focusing primarily on the New Testament, you'll learn how to apply God's word to your life through discussion and interactive teaching.  

 sign meup


Screen Shot 2018-08-12 at 7.32.52 AM

The Book of James

SATURDAYS (Non-Men's Frat): 8:00-9:30am | (January 19, 2019 - April 2019)

Leader: Matt Richmond

Location: Adult Classroom 3

As the brother of Jesus, the apostle James has a lot to say about a life of faith. Join this group for an expositional study through his small, but powerful letter to the early church. 

 sign meup



Men’s Fraternity: 

The Glory of God revealed through true manhood has been misplaced and forgotten. It’s been buried beneath our broken relationships, overworked lives and persistent and habitual unwillingness to face reality. Masculinity is a serious calling. This study is here to help you face reality. It has been written to stress the everyday realities of growth as men. The questions and drills are focused on application – identifying troubling areas in your own life and challenging you to walk in wholeness.

2019 Men's Frat Dates:


July 13, August 10, September 14, October 12, November 9

8:00am // Family Life Center


Christian Leadership Concepts (CLC)

CLC is a cross-cultural discipleship pathway created to enhance your walk with Jesus. The concept of Christian leadership is built on being a disciple-maker for Jesus. The New Testament speaks of being leaders in the home and church. One cannot be a spiritual leader unless he is first a disciple. Discipleship and leadership go hand-in-hand. We teach men how to be godly leaders at home, in the church, their workplace, and in the culture that surrounds each of us. 

For more information about the life-changing Christian Leadership Concepts experience, please email Mike Hepler: