At Christ Church we want to challenge our men to come together to remember our biblical responsibility to serve as spiritual leaders in our home, church and business. A variety of Community Life Groups are available as men challenge one another to lead courageously, reject passivity and invest eternally.


Authentic Manhood
Wednesdays, Sept. 27-Nov. 1 | 6:15-7:30 a.m. (coffee only)
Seabrook Hall

A Man & His Marriage: Reconnecting with What the Bible Says About Marriage
Led by Kyle Rote Jr. & Marlon “Big Dog” Brown


A man’s marriage is meant to be and can be an incredible source of energy, joy and intimacy. But too often, our marriages seem to be filled with more conflict than joy and more numbness than excitement. 

Whether your marriage feels hopeless and numb or is thriving and exciting, this study is for you because it looks at what God says about the whole thing. And even if you’re not married, you will learn helpful tools to use in your future marriage or when mentoring others.

Join us as we see an inspiring picture of God’s vision for marriage that will change everything if you’re “stuck” and will encourage you if you’re already thriving. 

No registration required and no fees—come experience it and bring your friends.

Wednesday Power Hour Luncheon

Power Hour is dedicated to feeding men both spiritually and physically. We begin eating at 11:30 a.m. in Seabrook Hall and end close to 12:45 p.m. In addition to lunch, various speakers lead the men through a Bible study. Cost is $6.

Friday Intercessory Prayer Breakfast

This weekly prayer breakfast is open to men of all ages. It is from 6:45-8 a.m. each Friday in Seabrook Hall. There is a full breakfast served and then a short devotional and prayer time. This is an opportunity for intercessory prayer. Cost is $6.

Small Groups

There are several small groups that meet at various times throughout the week. If you are looking for a deeper study with greater accountability, then we encourage you to join one of these groups.

For more information about the Men's Ministry, contact Libby Shackelford