Men Accountability Small Groups
Small groups of men who get together on a weekly, bi-weekly basis and study the Word, share life’s experiences and struggles, and lift each other up while walking in Faith. New groups forming.
Early Morning Bible Studies
Come and enjoy some coffee and studying the Word with other brothers on Friday mornings, at 6:00 a.m. at Quail Hollow. Join this hearty group of men every Saturday at 6:30 a.m. at Leroy Chapel. Teens are encouraged and welcome!
Men's Sports Leagues
Softball at Leroy Community Chapel is HUGE! Practice begins in April, so look for sign-up opportunities in March. Season is May to August.
Dear Brothers in Christ,
It is the goal of Men’s Ministry to make disciples and followers of Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:19). The purpose of this is two-fold: First and foremost, we as believers are called to share the gospel with others that have not yet heard the good news (Mark 16:15-16). There are events that have been specifically designed to create an atmosphere to accomplish this task. Whether it is a group of guys getting together for a night out or to help someone in need through an outreach, we as men need to be intentional about sharing the gospel. Secondly, all men are called to be leaders in their homes, in the church, and at work (Ephesians 5:22-24). The only way we can do this effectively is by being in God’s word daily. There are bible studies, conferences, and retreats designed to teach us those leadership qualities. In the coming year, Men’s Ministry will be expanding. We will be looking for men who would be willing to take on a leadership role in an event or activity. If leadership is not your calling, we will also be in need of people who may have fresh ideas for the ministry and those who like to serve in a planning or administrative capacity. It is our prayer that you would get plugged into Men’s Ministry through participation, service, or both. If you have any questions or just want to discuss your involvement, please do not hesitate to contact me.
- The Director of Men's Ministry, Greg Miller