These are places for men of all ages to learn about how God works in their daily lives. This active ministry encourages and promotes "real men:" men of faith, humility and action, who aren't afraid to ask for directions every once in a while. Explore your faith and learn from others who are doing the very same thing.
One of the best ways to get connected with other men is to join a Men’s small group.
Men's Bible Study Fellowship (BSF)
Tuesdays at 6:55 p.m., Menlo Park Campus, Sanctuary
BSF's eight-year program coincides with the school-year calendar. Studies are: Matthew; The Life of Moses; John; Isaiah; History of Israel and the Minor Prophets; Acts of the Apostles; Genesis and Romans. The Children's program allows men and school-age family members to study together. While this is a comprehensive 33-week study, it is also designed for you to jump into at any time.
Men's Summer Bible Study (June 3-July 29, 2014)
Tuesdays, 7:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m., Menlo Park Campus, D-11
This summer, our nine-week study will be "The Holy Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls".
Saturday Men's Bible Study
Saturdays, 7:30 to 8:45 a.m., Menlo Park Campus, Fellowship Hall
We invite men of all ages to join us in a unique and challenging experience where we open our minds to focus on God's Word.
Families and Parenting
The annual Dads/Kids Campout series is a wonderful way to spend time with your kids and enjoy the great outdoors. Reach out and invite colleagues and neighbors to join you. The camps are held at San Mateo County Memorial Park, Wurr Flats.
Good to Great Dads
Second Fridays, September to June, 7 to 8:15 a.m., Menlo Park Campus, Garden Court
A fellowship for fathers to explore how Christian faith can shape their family priorities and offer fulfillment and balance in a busy world. We want to build a community of dads, new and "well seasoned," where men share and support each other in their journey as a Christian father.
Recovery and Support
Healing for Sexual Addiction
Learn about our healing ministry for single and married men who long for freedom from the darkness and shame that comes with sexual sin.