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Discover who God is calling you to be.

Life pulls us in a thousand directions. 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. Let’s huddle up and discover where God is calling us.

In our fall study, I AM CALLED, we will explore such topics like, I AM CALLED GOD’S SON, I AM CALLED ON AN ADVENTURE, I AM CALLED TO BATTLE. As God looks at us, He gives us clear identities in who we are and who we are to become. How is God calling you?

A ten-week journey

starting Sept. 13

Thursday mornings 6:00am

(at Willamette Christian Church)

Thursday evenings 6:30pm

(at The Summit)
22220 Salamo Rd
West Linn, OR 97068

$20

A pathway to meaningful community and rhythms of faith.

About Men’s Community at Willamette

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.

Bible Study

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 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.