Men of all ages are invited to dive deeper into their relationship with Jesus and engage in a strong community with the Men’s Ministry. No experience or special knowledge is necessary to be a man of God, just a community with whom to grow and be challenged by.
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Thursdays | 6:30 - 7:00 a.m. Breakfast | 7:00 - 7:34 a.m. Message
Oak Brook | Fellowship Hall 3
This mid-size community gathers around a simple hot breakfast to study books of the Bible in a lecture format while building friendships and a support system. This fall we will be taking a close look at the book of Romans. Breakfast is $2.00.
You can also bring your own food. Coffee, juice, fellowship and the message are free!
Contact: Roger Harris | Roger Harris
Listen to all previous Men's Breakfast messages on our Media Library.
Men's Small Groups
Tuesday Night Men
Tuesday | 7:00 p.m. | Christ Church-Oak Brook | Atrium
Leader: John DeBoer | Contact: Heather Franklin | HFranklin@ChristChurch.us
We are a multi-generational group of men who meet for bible study fellowship and discussion on various biblical studies.
This group will start a new study on October 29!
Wednesday Morning Men
Wednesdays | 6:00 – 7:15 a.m. | Elmhurst
Leader: John Navarro and Mike Lindberg | Contact: Heather Franklin | HFranklin@ChristChurch.us
This group of men meet together for coffee and fellowship before work on Wednesday mornings. They meet at Brewpoint Coffee in Elmhurst which is conveniently located across from the train station. Starting October 16 they will engage in a study called Common Man: Uncommon Life. This study follows a group of US Navy SEALs as they tell how they’ve chosen to be set apart in a different way – as followers of Jesus. This study shares stories of peril, bravery, and adversity as you dig deeply into the Bible to discover timeless principles that will help all men step into the life God has for them.
Men's Fraternity 2019
Thursdays, 6:00 - 7:15 a.m. | Oak Brook
Men’s Fraternity seeks to be a safe place where men can find encouragement and resources to intentionally live into loving God, themselves and others with a Christ centered focus. We are taking a break for the summer and will kick off on September 19th. Please join us at any time during the year! All men are welcome.
Contact: Eric Haskins | email@example.com
Men's 42nd Annual Golf Outing
September 9, 2019 | 10:30 a.m. | Oak Brook Golf Club
Men's 42nd Annual Golf Outing | In association with the Serve Ministry
Monday, September 9 | Oak Brook Golf Club | 10:30 a.m. Shotgun Start
*Driving range opens at 9:30 a.m. (range tokens available for purchase in the clubhouse)
*Check-in opens at 9:45 a.m.; please arrive by 10:20 a.m. to ensure timely start
Does your soul yearn for the peace of green pastures, still waters, and cavernous sand traps? Experience God’s wondrous creation afresh at the 42nd annual Men’s Golf Outing. Longtime members and new guests alike will stretch their patience and learn true humility in the lush fairways and glistening water hazards of Oak Brook Golf Club.
Men of all ages, church member or friend, are welcome to enjoy Christian fellowship, make new connections, devour delicious appetizers, and three-putt for prizes — including the world-renowned Arthur DeKruyter Wooden Shoe Trophy. And with a new focus on Missional Living, players will also be invited to contemplate how God is calling them to use their unique talents and influence. Some have called golf a good walk spoiled. But don’t worry; your fee includes a cart!
- Cost: $90 (includes 18 holes of golf, cart, hot appetizers post-round, and chance to win valuable prizes)
- Fellowship: Appetizers will be served at the course following the round.
- Golf Contests: Sharpen your short game and regrip your driver; closest-to-the-pin and long-drive contests will be held, with chances to win prizes.
- Payment: Payment of $90 can be made via credit card (Visa, Discover, Mastercard) or check online. Payments must be made online via event registration through the "REGISTER" button below. Please note that the Welcome Desk cannot process any payments.