The Men’s Ministry leaders are seeking to improve and grow the ministry and we need your help! We are conducting our first ever “Getting to Know You” campaign so that we can determine how better to connect with you and learn how the Men’s Ministry might more effectively serve your needs and the community.There are two ways we are seeking to get to know you better: via a survey and a 1:1 conversation. TAKE THE SURVEY NOW. If you have any questions, please contact
- John Coleman: johncoleman55(at)aol.com or 443-745-5654 or
- Dearl Wrenn: wrennd(at)verizon.net or 703-462-4516
The Emory Fellowship’s Men’s Ministry is a welcoming community of brothers in Christ who share, nurture and encourage one another in our spiritual growth, gifted leadership and personal transformation as men seeking to be R.E.A.L. (Relevant, Enthusiastic, Authentic, Loving)
Our weekly Bible Study with the Brothers meets Saturdays, from 10:30 A.M. to 12 noon, in one of the classrooms. We dialogue and share candidly, trustingly about our lives, concerns, hopes and beliefs as we study God’s Word, our flawless guide and a lamp unto our feet. Come join us on any Saturday whenever you can. We will welcome you warmly, for we are sons of God, men of faith and brothers of the living Christ.
The Men’s Ministry participates in other church ministries and endeavors, providing assistance where and when needed. We also sponsor occasional events, including a Vacation Bible School class for men and our quarterly Breakfast with the Brothers, where we dine together in fellowship, offer praise and worship to God, and discuss concerns of men in our church, our community, our world.
We seek to know God as learners and disciples of his beloved Son, our Savior. We seek to know ourselves and our divine purpose as men, to be in R.E.A.L. ministry individually and collectively here at The Emory Fellowship and out in the community. Finally, we seek to develop creative, supportive fellowship as brothers in Christ. Please come join us and grow with us.
Our events are open to men regardless of whether or not they are members at Emory.
Questions? Contact one of our leaders and they’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.
Men’s Ministry Leaders:Phillip G. Harmon John Coleman