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Men

Men's Ministry

The Men's Ministry is dedicated to the spiritual growth of the men at Bel Air Church. As we seek to know Christ more and to be conformed to His likeness by God’s Holy Spirit, we gather together to study His word, to participate in fellowship and to be a light for Jesus Christ, both individually and as a body at Bel Air Church.

Monthly Men's Breakfast

The Men's Breakfast has been a vital component of the Men's Ministry for many years; we meet once a month for table fellowship, Bible study and encouragement. It's a great time for the men of Bel Air Church to come together and pursue what it means to follow Jesus every day and everywhere with everyone. The Men's Breakfast meets:

When > Second Saturday of each month, 8 a.m.
Where > Classroom Building, Room C302
BRING > Potluck Breakfast: Bring bagels, fruit, juice, or other breakfast dishes! Or just bring yourself!

RSVP to Men's Breakfast


Upcoming Events

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July 14: Work Day & BBQ at Bel Air
Saturday, July 14 > 8 a.m.–1 p.m. > On Campus >> Men, are you looking for a way to make a tangible difference here at Bel Air? Roll up your sleeves, meet some other guys, and get some work done around campus. This is an awesome time of fellowship and community for the men of Bel Air Church as we serve together! There’s a lot of work to be done, so this is a great opportunity for us to practically assist our church as we do work all around the campus, including everything from painting to light construction to general clean-up. Please join us!

Schedule:
8 a.m. > Parable Coffee Lab, for light breakfast & prayer
8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. > Work all around the campus (bring tools!)
12:30 p.m. > BBQ lunch on the patio. Register here.


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August 11: Potluck Breakfast & Topic Discussion
8–9:45 a.m. > Bel Air Campus > C302
Led by Richard Turner, we’ll explore how from our love of Jesus and the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, our service to God becomes an outflow – not just a duty; and how this loving obedience not only glorifies God and serves others but blesses us as we obey. Enriched by table discussions and the fellowship of food, we hope you’ll join us for this time of learning, encouragement, and community.
Register here.


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September 8: 1-Day Men's Retreat
Saturday, September 8 > 8 a.m.–7:30 p.m. > Bel Air Campus >> This all-day retreat begins with a potluck breakfast, a message from Rev. Mike Morgan and table discussions. Then guys will have the opportunity to spend the whole day together or to join us or head out whenever their schedule demands. Fee: $10 (covers lunch, dinner & study materials). Register here.

Schedule:
8– 9:45 a.m. > Potluck Breakfast & Topic Discussion / Session #1 (Room# C-302)
10– 11:30 a.m. > Hike or Table Discussion (content discussion on hike or in C-302 for non-hikers)
11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m. > Topic Discussion / Session #2 (Room #C-302 – dig deeper into the topic)
1– 2:15 p.m. > BBQ Lunch on the Patio
2:30–3:45 p.m. > Topic Discussion / Session #3 (on the patio – more on “running the race”)
4–5:15 p.m. > 9-SQUARE Competition (compete, hang out, chill, chat – have fun!)
5:30–6:45 p.m. > Dinner on the Patio
6:45–7:30 p.m. > Topic Discussion around the Fire Pit / Final Session (outside the Student Center)


POTLUCK BREAKFAST: What to bring. If your LAST NAME begins with:
A-M – Could you, please, bring “main dish”-type food? If you stop at McDonald’s and get breakfast sandwiches or pancake meals, if you are a chef-type and want to bring a pre-cooked quiche or a pan of scrambled eggs; that would be great. If each of you brings something to feed 4-6 men a main dish, we should be good.

N-S – Could you guys, please bring some type of side dish? Fruit, bacon, sausage, hash browns. A fast food version of these side dishes is absolutely fine; again, think 4-6 guys each.

T-Z – Could you guys bring bagels/cream cheese, doughnuts and/or muffins, please? Obviously, this is a smaller group of guys, but since most of these items are sold by the dozen, if each guy can bring enough for 12, the yield should be about the same.

The church will provide coffee, tea and water (and some leaders will bring juice).

NOTE: There will NOT be any cooking or warming functions available, not even a microwave – so, please prepare accordingly.


See you then!
Men’s Ministry Team





 

 

 

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