Men’s Community Groups
Wednesdays | 6:30 a.m.
Men’s ministry provides ongoing opportunities and events from the golf course to small group gatherings. Providing space for men to process the complex issues of our lives through the lens of a faith centered on the way of Jesus is a priority for our community. We welcome men of all backgrounds and life-stages to join us.
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Men’s Community Groups
Wednesdays | 6:30 a.m. | Oak Brook | Room 263
2024 Kickoff is January 17
This is a great way to start your Wednesdays. Each week we experience a centralized time of study and then continue building community through discussions and reflections around the tables. For early 2024 we'll join and experience the church wide Together series.
Men’s Breakfast Fellowship
Thursdays | 6:30 a.m.
Thursdays | 6:30 a.m. | Oak Brook | Room 263
2024 Kickoff is January 18
This group starts their Thursday with friends and Scripture. We begin with food and fellowship followed by biblical teaching. We are currently studying the Gospel of John with a short video from Tony Evans followed by a commentary and open discussion led by John Long.
Coffee, orange juice, and pastries are provided for a free will offering. Meeting ends by 7:45 a.m. and it is no problem if anyone needs to leave early!
Men’s Third Thursday Eats
Third Thursdays | 6:30 p.m.
Third Thursday of Each Month | 6:30 p.m. | Oak Brook | Atrium | $10
This men’s large group gathering is a great place to connect or reconnect with other men over good food in a casual atmosphere where you might even find a football game on the screen and a friendly game of bags happening in the corner. In addition, each month we have compelling interviews with other men to help glean practical inspiration for the cross-section of life and faith.
Food and interview of the month
February 15 | It's taco Thursday! After dinner we’ll have an interactive conversation on the practice of Lent and how it's helpful and relevant for our lives today.
Upcoming Third Thursday Eats Events:
March 21 | Join us for soup and sandwiches and an interview with Dan Meyer, Lead Pastor at Christ Church.
April 18 | It's Chili Fest at Christ Church! Our interview session this evening features Dr. Tom Nutter the Chief Behavioral Health Officer for Cook County.
May 16 | We're getting the grill out for burgers and such! We'll be joined by Dave Bianchin, a Luthier, or guitar craftsman for us less refined folks.
Food Pantry Pack Up Team
Monthly, Second Saturdays | 10:45 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | Salvation Army
Second Saturday Food Pantry Clean Up Team
Monthly | Salvation Army Oakbrook Terrace | 10:45 a.m.–12:00 p.m
Each month we need help at our food pantry hosted at the Salvation Army (1 S. 415 Summit Ave., Oakbrook Terrace). A specific and special need is in relation to the tear down and packing up once our clients are served. Great opportunity to fill a big need in a short amount time making some new friends in the process.
Oak Brook | Butterfield
Sundays | 3:00 p.m. | Oak Brook
Sundays | 6:00 p.m. | Butterfield
Thursdays | 7:00 p.m. | Butterfield
Next session begins March 3, 2024
Being a part of a 10-week Rooted group requires an investment of your time and commitment to engage in the weekly readings and reflections, participating in group discussions and volunteer initiatives. We recommend Rooted as a great first step to getting involved in small group life. Former Rooted participants have hailed this as one of the best experiences on their faith journey.
Because Rooted is such a unique and immersive experience, we suggest reading through the Rooted: What You Need to Know section below.
Begin your Rooted journey by registering for our spring session below.