Men's ministry

We have several opportunities to get involved in Men's Ministry. Browse through the opportunities below, and contact the appropriate ministry leader for more information. If you have questions about how to get involved, contact Alex Dean.


Men's Bible Study: Thursdays 6:30 pm

Peter Moore hosts and leads this study at his house just south of White Rock Lake. This study will also be available via Zoom. The group is currently studying the book of Daniel. Contact Peter for address and more information.

Men's Prayer

Men gather for prayer every Tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m. in the church office except for standard bank holidays when our building is closed. Email Mark for information.

Men's Fellowship

Alex Dean will host a fellowship gathering for any and all who would like to attend on the third Wednesday of each month in backyards of church members. See schedule below or contact Alex for more info.

Short-term Reading Groups (seasonal)

In addition to ongoing studies, our elders periodically lead short-term reading groups to discuss a book on discipleship that has been particularly impactful for one of us. See the list below and sign up for the time/topic you are interested in. 

  • Jim Pocta: The Christian Family by Herman Bavinck. Launching May 26 (Thursday evening) in Richardson.

    "A century ago when this book was first published, marriage and the family were already weathering enormous changes, and that trend has not abated. Yet by God’s power the unchanging essence of marriage and the family remains proof, as Bavinck notes, that God’s “purpose with the human race has not yet been achieved.” Neither a ten-step guide nor a one-sided approach, this book embodies a Christian theology of marriage and the family. Accessible, thoroughly biblical, and astonishingly relevant, it offers a mature and concise handling of the origins of marriage and family life and the effects of sin on these institutions, an appraisal of historic Christian approaches, and an attempt to apply that theology. Aptly reminding Christians that “the moral health of society depends on the health of family life,” Bavinck issues an evergreen challenge to God’s people: “Christians may not permit their conduct to be determined by the spirit of the age, but must focus on the requirement of God’s commandment.”

  • More Summer Reading Groups TBA

Upcoming Events

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