“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” – Proverbs 27:17
Throughout the year, the men of Crossroads gather together to fellowship, grow and serve others. The ministry meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month, sharing dinner and fellowship at 6:00pm-7:00pm (meal and fellowship) and 7:00pm-8:15pm, Bible study and ministry. On Thursday mornings at 6:30am, a group of men gather at a local coffee shop to read, discuss and apply the teachings of Christian leaders. Annually in November we attend Man Camp at Camp Berea in Hebron, NH where we join hundreds of men from the region for a weekend of recreation and spiritual growth. For more information about Men's Ministry, contact Jim Lombardi or Ralph Zazula.
The Thursday Morning Men’s Book Group offers an opportunity for men to grow deeper in faith in the company of other men who are reading through a Christ centered book together. Each week the men read a chapter or section of the current book and then come together to discuss and share observations. We start with a time of fellowship & coffee at 6:30am and begin the book discussion at 7:00am. Check out what we are reading!
The Men’s Ministry exists to help men develop deep, Christ-centered relationships with one another. Crossroads Men seek Christian accountability through one-on-one and small group partnerships.
CREATING FAITH-BASED FRIENDSHIPS
A FAITH-FILLED MEETING PLACE FOR MEN
HELP FAMILIES THROUGH MEN'S MINISTRY
WHAT DOES JESUS SAY ABOUT MEN'S FRIENDSHIP?
Jesus is our greatest model of male friendship. He initiated relationships and he invited men to be with him (Mark 3:14). He continually asked thought-provoking questions. He loved his disciples with brotherly affection (John 13:1). He calls us his friends (John 15:13–15). He also gives us the great privilege of reflecting and enjoying this kind of true friendship to other men. Drew Hunter
AN INVITATION FROM MEN'S MINISTRY
ATTEND A SUNDAY SERVICE
Come and kick the tires on Sunday morning! We are a welcoming church and you can meet some of the Crossroads men at Fellowship Hour,
Beginning on April 2, our book for reading and discussion is "A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World" by Paul E. Miller.
Some of the struggles we experience with prayer come from the fact that we try to act too much like adults when we pray. We try to get it right. We try to use the right methods and tools. But Paul Miller dares to suggest that one of the keys to a meaningful prayer life is to learn to pray like a child. This is a book for any Christian who wants to know the joy and power of a vibrant prayer life.
Thursdays 6:30am Fellowship, 7:00am-8:00am Book Discussion. More information contact Ralph Zazula.