Why does our Men’s Ministry exist? We firmly believe that men need other men in their lives to encourage, challenge, and support them. Our vision is that each man will have a small group of men that are in his life to help him “finish well”.
These small groups can form in various ways:
Throughout the year men are meeting in weekly gatherings, delivering content that speaks into the lives of men while also offering a small group component. These gatherings are regionally focused and organized by the community pastors. For more information contact your community pastor.
Fayetteville Men's FellowshipFayetteville Men’s Fellowship gathers the 4th Wednesday of each month from 6:30-7:30am. Join us for a time of fellowship in the B.T.I. Room at 2853 North College (south end of the Sherwin Williams Paint Store), across from Mama Carmen's coffee shop. Contact Jerry Dudley (479-442-9384) for more information.
Donut Gathering (Springdale)Springdale Men's Fellowship gathers the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6:00-7:00am. Join us for a time of fellowship at Daylight Donuts on 412 (2576 Sunset Ave, Springdale).Contact Jerry Dudley (479-442-9384) for more information.
Siloam Springs Men's FellowshipMeets weekly, on Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30am. Contact Don Reed at email@example.com for more information.
Rogers Men’s MeetingGathers weekly on Fridays from 6:30-8:30am at Iron Horse Coffee Shop in downtown Rogers.
Man Church is a community of men who sail in convoy and desire the leadership of Jesus in their lives. Our mission is to develop authentic community, surrender to Jesus, and to become like Jesus.Our values are:
We provide "foxholes" which meet every week where men can join with other men and seek to look, live, love and lead like Jesus in every are of their lives: their relationship with Jesus; their families, their work and their friendships.
All foxholes meet every other Friday morning at the Lodge from 6:15 - 7:30am for teaching that leads men to truth and next best steps. Our teaching schedule is viewable at www.manchurchnwa.org.
For more information please call Paul Dubbell at 479-633-3783.