Men’s Ministry; Building Strong Men, Impacting Lives
Weekly Gatherings: Join us every Tuesday from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM for our men’s ministry gatherings. Connect with other men, share experiences, and grow together in faith.
Meaningful Connections: Forge deep and lasting connections with like-minded men who understand the unique challenges and joys of manhood. Support and encourage one another through life’s journey.
Bible Studies and Discussions In the Men’s Ministry
Engage in impactful Bible studies and discussions tailored specifically for men. Explore relevant topics and discover how God’s Word applies to your roles as husbands, fathers, and leaders.
Worship and Prayer
Experience the power of worship and prayer in our uplifting gatherings. Lift your voice in praise, find strength in prayer, and deepen your relationship with God. Make a difference in our community through service projects and outreach initiatives. Volunteer, mentor, and contribute to the well-being of others.
Participate in inspiring events designed to equip and empower men. From conferences and retreats to sports activities and workshops, find encouragement and growth.
Foster authentic camaraderie among a group of men who walk alongside each other, providing support and accountability.
Join Our Men’s Ministry
Be part of our vibrant men’s ministry at Willington United Methodist Church. Connect with other men, grow in faith, and impact lives together. Embrace personal growth and transformation as you discover your full potential and purpose as a man of God.
Our men’s ministry is dedicated to building strong men who make a positive impact on their families, communities, and beyond. Through our weekly gatherings, you will have the opportunity to connect with other men, sharing life experiences and providing mutual support. Our bible study will address topics that resonate with your unique roles and challenges. Worship and prayer are integral parts of our gatherings, allowing you to lift your voice in praise and find solace in prayer as you deepen your relationship with God.