God has called men to radical manhood, as demonstrated by Jesus Christ, and we believe it is realistic that men develop as they work (and play) together and encourage one another. We want our men to connect through a variety of activities such as our monthly men’s breakfast, social gatherings, retreats, service projects, and various times of gathering around God’s word for spiritual growth and encouragement.
New Book Study
Calling all men.
Men need to form and maintain good strong, godly relationships with other men – especially during these times of craziness; think COVID, six feet apart, and stay-at-home orders. That’s why New Covenant is calling on all men to join a Men’s Ministry Book study.
In the next few weeks, when you are asked to join one of these groups, consider saying yes. These groups are designed for 3 to 5 men to gather (physically or virtually – your group’s decision) and discuss the material.
As a group, you may decide on a topic however; your group may want to try out one of the two books the Men’s Ministry has available; Sexual Sanity for Men and Good & Angry, Redeeming Anger, Irritation, Complaining, and Bitterness.
Men's Ministry Opportunities
Men's Monday Nights
Join us each Monday at 7pm for sports including soccer, basketball, and others. It's also a great opportunity to fellowship with our brothers at Evergreen Korean Presbyterian Church. For more information contact Josh Escamilla.
Men's Monday Lunch Virtual Bible Study
Pastor Elliott meets with a group of men via Zoom from Noon-1:00 every Monday.
We are studying Work: Its Purpose, Dignity, and Transformation by Dan Doriani.
Contact Pastor Jeff Elliott for more information.
Men's Tuesday Lunch Bible Study
Pastor Elliott meets with a group of men from 12:30-1:30 at Brick House Diner on Providence Road every Tuesday.
We work our way through books of the Bible.
Please contact Pastor Jeff Elliott for more information.
Annually we get away for fun, exercise, and spiritual challenge.
In recent years we’ve gone to the Airfield Conference Center in Wakefield, Virginia. We usually eat, sleep, hang out, are challenged spiritually, eat, and probably spend time at the shooting range.