Men’s Ministry: Band of Brothers

The men of King Street are committed to Defending the Truth.
Throughout the year, Band of Brothers meets to study and grow together and to serve others in our church and community.

Wednesday Evening Study

We will begin a 6-week study called Uprising on Wednesday, March 3 at 7:00 pm in M27/29. The study is through Right Now Media; here is a description:

What is the one thing that’s impossible to change about yourself? You can change you appearance, your habits, your friends, your job…but you can’t change your character.  Not on your own.

You were in God’s imagination before you were ever born. All the talent, gifting, and creativity you possess was placed in you by God Himself. Can you imagine the things you could do, the impact you could have on the world, if you tapped into the dreams God has for your life?

In each of the six Uprising video Bible study sessions, Erwin McManus provides Biblical and practical teaching that will challenge you to allow God to transform your character to be more like His.  He illuminates the desperate heart cry of every human being – “I want to live” – and then serves as a guide on a quest to answer that cry. 

See more about the study on Right Now Media.  If you do not already have a Right Now account, email Susanna Allen at sallen@kschurch.org for access.

Sunday Community

At both 9:30 and 11:00 am, we offer a variety of adult Sunday School classes. These smaller groups are a great way to get to know others in the church and to build community. For class times and descriptions, click here.

Weekly Devotional

We are blessed that a member of Band of Brothers, Fred Ailes, writes weekly devotionals for our men, to encourage and challenge them in their walk with Christ. Click below:

Men’s Devotional

Serving Others

Following the directive of James 1:27  to care for widows and orphans, the Men to Mend Ministry seeks to bless our widows and single mothers through assistance with tasks like oil changes, home maintenance and repairs, landscape chores – even simple things like a male voice on an answering machine. For more information on how to volunteer with Men to Mend, contact the church office.