The Men’s Ministry has a desire to produce men of God who are maturing in their relationship with the Lord. This maturity should be evidenced by:
- A commitment to spiritual disciplines and discipleship. We pursue spiritual disciplines not as an end in itself but so that we can grow in our knowledge, experience and commitment to Jesus. We pursue discipleship by strategically placing ourselves in relationships with other men who we can mutually challenge and invest in one another in our walks with Christ.
- A growing Christ-likeness in our everyday lives. This includes (but is not limited to) our habits, servant-leadership within our homes and witness in our workplaces.
- Faithful stewardship of our resources, natural and spiritual. This includes financial responsibility and use of our spiritual gifts.
Blood Brothers is a Bible Study and fellowship time for us to get together and talk about what God is doing in our lives and encourage one another. Come out and enjoy breakfast, fellowship and talking about Jesus. The first Saturday of every month at 8:00 AM in the Upper Room.
MidWeek Bible Study
Join us for The Truth Project, a study focused on truth through the Gospel and how it affects our worldview, Wednesday Nights from 7 PM to 8:30 PM in the The Fellowship Hall.
.Childcare is provided.
MidWeek Bible Study
Join us for the AIM study on Wednesday nights, focused on studying the Word of God with the author's intended meaning and context for each individual book. Dinner is at 6pm, followed by study in the book of Hebrews from 7 PM to 9 PM in room 106.
Childcare is provided.
2017 men's retreat
Join us on October 7th, as we gather to learn about Discipleship at our men's retreat at Camp Long in West Seattle. The theme "Follow Me as I Follow Jesus" helps us answer important questions like "Who do I follow?", "How do I follow?", and "Who follows me?". Cost is $25 and includes a delicious lunch from Pecos Pit Bar-B-Que!