Men’s Community

Men’s Community at Willamette is a great place to begin building relationships with other guys who want to know Jesus better, and to find practical, biblical direction for our daily lives. Whether you’re married, single, just starting your career, or enjoying retirement, we invite you to circle up with us and become the man God has called you to be.

Check out our three awesome summer community opportunities below!

Element Fit Challenge

The Element Fit Challenge is a six-week class where we define and explore what being fit looks like in five Elements of life. We will challenge and encourage each other to grow intentionally in each Element. July 26- August 30, 2017 at The Summit – Wednesdays: 5:30-6:30am.

To Battle

We are going take a look at the battles men live in that affect our masculine identity. Looking at several chapters from John Eldredge’s book, “Wild at Heart”, that discuss God’s definition of masculinity and wounds from life’s battles. July 12 – August 15, 2017 in  The Aux – Wednesdays: 6:00-7:00am.


What would it look like if your passion (what you really get excited about), your giftedness (what you’re good at), and your calling (God’s unique purpose for your life) were perfectly aligned? The BluePrint for Life study will help you identify and design a strategic life plan. June 22- August 10, 2017 at The Summit – Thursdays: 8:00-9:30pm.

Thursday morning Bible Study is a place where men seek to grow in the knowledge of God through the verse by verse study of His word. Through knowing Him, we can be transformed and apply His truths to our lives.

Whether you can come regularly or just show up occasionally, all are welcome! Join us this fall as we read through 1st and 2nd Corinthians.

Thursday mornings from 6 – 7am in the Terrace Room.

If you have any questions feel free to email Kent Blair our Bible Study leader:

For Men Only (FMO)

A survey from 2006 revealed that half of all men involved in church struggle with sexual purity issues. Today that percentage is likely much higher. Understandably, this struggle is difficult to talk about, leaving many men to live in daily shame, pain, and isolation. With time, this isolation ends up hurting their marriage and family.

More than a sharing or support group, FMO groups are interactive communities facilitated by trained group coordinators. You won’t learn to “try harder,” but instead, live differently.