Men of Grace helps connect men to grow through discipleship and service.
Grace helps people grow as disciples in five ways: worship, fellowship, learning, serving, and sharing. The purpose of Men of Grace is to fellowship and provide growth opportunities through weekly small group Bible studies, periodic events, and service projects.
Bible Studies – Small Groups
My Gospel Project
My Gospel Project is a survey of the entire Bible in three years exploring 91 different principles. The lessons focus on several passages in the Old and New Testament that point to Jesus and His work on the cross (the Gospel) while surveying all the other passages. Contact Cam Grysen for more information.
2nd & 4th Monday Bible Study
Using the Bible and works by Christian authors, we share and encourage one another in our walk with Christ. Contact John Karl for more information.
Wednesday Morning Men's Study
This informal discussion of God’s Word is available via Zoom and in-person. Please contact Lib Noori to receive the weekly emails.
It’s challenging to be a godly man these days. Men, please join us as we help each other become the Strong Men God designed us to be. Using a discussion/discovery format, we will tackle men’s issues on a topical basis including pornography, self-worth, pride, and intimacy. A twenty-minute talk is followed by small group discussion. James Daniels and Mason Smith facilitate.
Join our newest group, led by Greg Spitler, for a time of encouragement, accountability, and prayer around the book of Romans.
Young Adult Men's Bible Study
Young Adult Men meet Thursday nights to study God’s Word, have fellowship, and pray together. Single and married men are welcome. See the Young Adult page for more information.
The Real Deal in Fruit
Are you looking for a weekend Men’s Bible study? Pastor Bob walks through passages that help you understand what God desires from men and how to grow in satisfaction with where God has placed you. His current study is in the book of Colossians. If you would like more information or want to sign up for this group, please contact Bob Riedle.