CBC Men's Ministry is a brotherhood of men devoted to Jesus Christ who live out our faith and share the Gospel in word and action. Our goal is to challenge every man to take the next step as a follower of Jesus. For some men, this might mean getting connected with the other believers, sharing God's love in service, or stepping up as a spiritual leader in our families, workplaces, and communities. The CBC Men's Ministry seeks to help men take this step by hosting large events, leading focused Bible studies, providing mentoring, and offering service and ministry opportunities for men.
Are you ready to take the next step or do you want to find out more? Please contact us! We'd be happy to sit down over a cup of coffee and get you up to speed.
Men's Study - Winter 2019
Starting Wednesday, January 9 @ 6:35 PM in the Calvary Café
Our society has a lot to say about manhood. But what does God say? What does a Godly Man look like? All men are invited to join us on Wednesday nights starting January 9 as we study "Be A Godly Man" by Jobe Martin. We will be taking a looking a what Scripture says on manhood and discussing how we can pursue this Biblical calling.
New Commandment Men's Ministry
"Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress." James 1:27a
God has called the men of Calvary Bible Church to care for widows and single mothers in our church family. In May 2013, 38 men answered the call and formed our New Commandment Men's Ministry (NCMM).
The church continually identifies widows and single moms as candidates for NCMM care. To meet this need, the ministry is looking for additional men to volunteer their time. Three hours one Saturday a month is all that is required.
On the second Saturday of each month the men of the NCMM spend one hour in fellowship and prayer, followed by two hours at the home of an assigned care receiver. All men who participate in this ministry must undergo a background check and a brief training session before becoming a NCMM team member. Individual teams of four do a variety of chores around the home of their care receiver and also spend time developing spiritual relationships by sharing and praying with them.
For more information contact Benjamin Czap at (920) 707.0164.