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.

Summer Studies & Reading Groups

Study of 1st Peter: 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. 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.

New: Summer Reading Groups

This summer, our elders want to provide a few simple opportunities for men to connect around intentional discipleship materials. We will offer four reading groups, meeting twice per month in the evening to discuss a book on discipleship that has been particularly impactful for one of our elders. See the list below and sign up for the time/topic you are interested in. 

  • Jay Horne: Men of Courage, by Larry Crabb. 2nd & 4th Wednesdays in North Dallas.

    "Men today have locked horns with their toughest issue: reclaiming the full potential of manhood. Bestselling author Dr. Larry Crabb asks, What gives manhood definition and meaning?"

  • Jim Pocta: The Cry of the Soul, by Dan Allender and Tremper Longman. 2nd & 4th Thursdays in Richardson.

    "All emotion―whether positive or negative―can give us a glimpse of the true nature of God. We want to control our negative emotions and dark desires. God wants us to recognize them as the cry of our soul to be made right with Him."

  • Alex Dean: Ordinary, by Michael Horton. Select Thursdays in Lake Highlands. 

    "Horton holds out the beauty of the ordinary means of grace, over against the notion that Christian growth is something extraordinary, or something we have to attain by getting to a whole new level. This book is great for over-achievers and for those who may be discouraged by the slowness and ordinary-ness of sanctification."

Upcoming Events

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