It's Coming: May 1-3, 2020
Gain the tools & community you need to thrive as a man in today’s world.
For every man, wherever you are in your faith journey.
Men’s Community is a place to circle up with guys looking to pause, get focused on God, and encourage each other on our faith journey.
Each week you’ll reflect on scripture and discuss how it’s been impacting your daily life. Together we’ll grow a deeper, healthier view of God, ourselves, and community.
Let’s huddle up and discover who God is calling us to be.
Men’s Community at Willamette meets year-round, even after we complete a session. If you’d like to hop in at any point, email Brandon Reynolds, our Campus Pastor.
About Men’s Community at Willamette
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!
Thursday mornings from 6 – 7am.
If you have any questions feel free to email Ryan Weinhart, our Bible Study leader:
Saturday Morning Study
Saturday mornings, join a group of WCC men that starts with a 15-20 minute video, followed by small group discussion and prayer. In this group, we tackle topics like character, manhood, family, discipleship, work, and faith.
No special knowledge about the Bible is needed, just show up to build relationships with other guys.
Saturday mornings 8:00-9:30am
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mike Lewton, our video 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.