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If the Men’s Culture was better what would happen?

For example:

  • What new behaviours would we see?

  • How would their relationships change?

  • What would their spiritual life look like?

  • How would they see themselves in the context of the church?

  • What would the community impact be?

  • How would their church involvement change?

  • How would it benefit the man?

Being a MALE is easy. Being a MAN is daunting. The pressures of manhood can be enormous. Does being a real man mean having a perfect family, a corner office, a luxury car and a massive home?  Or, is there something more to life – a source of deeper satisfaction? 

Join us for a small group experience in which we learn the surprising and counter-intuitive things the Bible has to say about being a man.

As part of this ministry aimed at men, we hold a monthly Men’s Breakfast, normally on the second Saturday of each month.  We know that weekends are a valuable time for men, particularly those who are still in work, so we meet from 8.00am finishing by 9.30am prompt.  This means there is still time to wash the car, cut the lawn, go on that obligatory shopping trip, plus those other Saturday duties that befall us blokes.

We invite the ladies to come along and join us on one Saturday breakfast a year. 


Breakfast is an informal affair, with piles of bacon butties, toast, tea and coffee.

As we finish up our drinks we also welcome a guest speaker  who will share a message on their Christian walk, unpack a passage of Scripture or maybe talk through a Christian project that they are involved in. 


There is no charge but we do appreciate gifts to cover the expenses of the day and to help fund other work with men.

If you want to know more about any of our events for men, please e-mail us putting your message for the attention of the Men's Ministry Leadership Team.

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. 

Proverbs 27:17