Ministry to men at Watermark is a gateway for all men to get plugged in, offering large group and small community group studies, as well as special events.
MEN'S COMMUNITY GROUPS
WHAT: Men's Open Discussion Group
WHEN: Thursdays 7:00 - 8:00 PM in the Gardenview Room at the McKinley Campus
Ministry to men is occurring at Watermark all over the Southtowns through dozens of men's community groups. If you are looking to join a men's community group, email Kim Smith.
Men's Bible Study: The Bible for Grown-Ups
Thursdays, Dec. 5, 12 & 19 | 6:30-8:00 pm | McKinley Room 116
An opportunity for men who are either new to learning about the Bible and using it for their main source of growth in the Christian faith, as well as for men who are seasoned but have drifted from opening their Bibles as the main source of growth in the Christian faith.
Men's Bible Study: Gospel Above All
Thursdays, January 9 through February 27 | 6:30-8:00 pm | McKinley Room 117b/c
The gospel isn’t just an entry into the Christian faith, it is the entirety of the Christian life. This Bible study leads groups to a greater awareness and practice of gospel culture, gospel mission, gospel renewal, and gospel unity. The most pressing need for Christianity today isn’t a new strategy or an updated message; it is a return to elevating the gospel above all.
CHRISTIAN SERVICE BRIGADE
The mission of CSB is building godly men of today and tomorrow. If you are passionate about discipling boys and young men, and desire like to see all men take responsibility to lead, equip, and disciple each generation, email Scott Haima.
Learn more about CSB at Watermark Wesleyan.
Fight Club is a men's discipleship resource developed by men, for men, to reach men-to turn the tide on mediocrity. Men will grow intellectually, spiritually, physically and relationally. You will see immediate impact on the man daring to take this journey. This 11-week challenge is not your typical discipleship program. Get ready for real community, real discipleship and real accountability…and fun fellowship along the way.
For more information, contact Scott Haima.