Men’s Ministry

Weekly Studies

Do you want to read your bible but you have tried and failed?  Do you want to feel closer to God, but you are not sure how to get there?  Bible classes and book studies are tools to help us grow closer to God and see more clearly His grace at work in our lives.  These classes are designed for everyone at every life stage in your spiritual journey.

Tuesday Morning Men’s Group
Tuesdays, 7:30-8:00am, Matthias Family Life Center 313
Facilitator: Rev. Gary Rideout
Contact: Rev. Gary Rideout at [email protected]
Book: Neglected Voices: Biblical Spirituality in the Margins by John Indermark.
This will be a study of certain individuals in the Bible who are not well known but whose examples are encouragement for our spiritual journey. The Tuesday Morning Men’s Study is a group of men who are 65+ who meet together each Tuesday morning for a dedicated time of Bible study and discussion.

Thursday Morning Men’s Group
Thursdays,  7:00-8:00am, MFLC Resource Center
Facilitators: Ben Howell
Contact: Rev. Gary Rideout at [email protected]
Book: Half Truths by Adam Hamilton
Thursday Morning Men will kickoff the new year on Jan. 9 at 7:00am with a Dutch Treat breakfast at Metro Diner in Casselberry. On Jan. 16 we will meet at the church library to begin the study. This group of multi-generational men meet to watch a short video focused on the Bible or discipleship. We then discuss the subject over the remainder of the hour. We welcome any new participants and periodically go off campus for breakfast and fellowship.

Friday Morning Men’s Group 
Fridays, 6:30am-8:00am 
Facilitators: Mark Leggett
Contact: Rev. Gary Rideout at [email protected] (for location)
Book: Romans 1-7 For You by Tim Keller
Are you looking to grow your faith and become more grounded in God’s word? Are you looking to meet and join arms with men who want and need to hear the Good News of the Gospel? Then the Friday Morning Men’s group is for you. We are currently studying Tim Keller’s book Romans 1-7 For You. Romans and the gospel centers on Jesus. It is about a person, not a concept, it is about Him, not us. Come join us and learn more about the Good News that Paul writes about in Romans.