Worship Services are Sundays at 9:00 & 11:15 am.

Men's Ministry

Purpose Statement

The Men’s Ministry exists to make disciples that make disciples (Matthew 28:19) and to equip men for ministry (Ephesians 4:11) and to prepare the next generation of faithful servant-leaders (2 Timothy 2:2).

Philosophy of Ministry

Discipleship is best accomplished within the context of the local church, and it is the conviction of the elders that mentoring other men through learning and training is best done by precept, example, and real-life application. Our Discipleship Training Program (DTP) serves as the foundation for the spiritual formation of our men. Click here for more information. 

Bible Study

Throughout 2022, we are offering two cycles of men’s bible study. Beginning in late January, the men of Grace will go through a 12-week study in the Book of Ephesians. We offer two separate meeting times (Mondays at 7pm or Saturdays at 7am) to allow for greater opportunity for men to study together. Please click here to register for the study in Ephesians. Our next study will begin in September. Please check back for more information.

Men's Breakfasts

Gather for a time of fellowship, food and teaching at our Men’s Breakfasts offered four times throughout the year. The breakfast is accompanied by worship and a time of encouragement through a message from God's Word. The dates for this year's breakfasts are on the following Saturdays in 2022:
          January 8
          May 7
          August 27
          November 5

Fellowship Groups

We provide a variety of ways for men to gather for fellowship based upon their mutual interests. At present we have men that meet for golf, hiking, and cycling (road and mountain). If you'd like to connect with any one of these groups email Scott Denny at scottdenny@graceforus.org

Men's Prayer

Every Friday morning at 6:30am the men of Grace Bible Church are invited to attend a prayer meeting held in the Hospitality Room. This meeting is a time where we pray for the needs of the church and each other. “Therefore, I want the men in every place to pray” (1 Timothy 2:8).