At First Pres, we believe that every Christian man is called to be a Disciple. And Discipleship occurs in the context of relationships. Our Men’s Ministry exists to help the men of our church, through real, authentic community with other Christian men, grow in their knowledge and love of God, grow to be more like Christ, and equip them for spiritual service and making disciples in their homes, workplace, and communities.

Through Bible Studies, Small Groups, One-on-One Discipleship, and Special Events, we seek to encourage one another to gather, grow, and go…together.

How to Get Connected in Men’s Ministry

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Monthly Men’s Breakfast

Join us on the first Tuesday of each month during the fall/spring semesters on the 10th Floor of the Tower Building for breakfast, fellowship, and spiritual encouragement. We will begin at 7 am and will have you out the door by 8 am so that you can start your busy day. We will enjoy a delicious breakfast, spiritual encouragement, and interactive discussions with one another. Feel free to invite a friend!
Check our events page for the next meeting date!

Small Groups

Small groups promote the formation of real, authentic relationships with other men. In studying God’s Word together, we grow in our knowledge and love of God and apply the truths of the gospel to our lives. Although couples’ small groups and Sunday School classes are a great way to gather and grow, often it is only in a Men’s Small Group that we feel the freedom and security to share openly and be truly known. If you are interested in being a part of a Men’s Small Group, we would be glad to help you connect with others.

One-on-One Discipleship

These relationships provide Men with opportunities to go deeper in their study of God’s Word and in openness and honesty in sharing life in One-on-One Discipleship. Men will meet regularly, at least once a month, to spend time in God’s Word, in prayer for one another, and sharing life with one another. One-on-One Discipleship provides for authentic relationships where transformation by the gospel and the work of the Holy Spirit can take place.