Regular reading of the Bible is a spiritual discipline that can support your journey to hear what God has to say first-hand and to gain greater understanding of His will for your life. Studying and praying with others provides encouragement and accountability as you endeavor to begin or stay on track in your spiritual journey. All groups welcome new members.
Bible Study Groups for Men:
Mondays, 7:00 am
This group meets in the Parlor for study of the scripture, coffee, donuts and fellowship. For more information, contact John Hall at 703-255-9744 or johndonnahall(at)aol.com.
Mondays, 7:00-8:30 pm, Third Floor Activity Center
Every Monday night, 50-100 guys get together and dig deeper into the scriptures of the Sunday sermon. There's 45 minutes of teaching time and 45 minutes of small group time. Biblical, real, straight shooting led by Pete James, Ed Dawkins, and Phil Kratovil. We have pizza, drinks, and popcorn...guys among guys...learn, grow, laugh. We don't take ourselves too seriously but we do take God seriously. So come, make a difference; make life-long friends. This time is for you!
Wednesdays, 7:00 am
This group meets for breakfast on the first Wednesday of each month; other Wednesdays they meet in the 2nd-floor Conference Room and participate in Bible study while nurturing each other in a small group setting. Drop-ins are welcome at any time.
For more information contact, Tim Ehrsam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturdays, 7:30 am
Known as the ROMEOs (Retired Old Men Eating Out), this group is open to men - not necessarily retired - who hunger for breakfast, banter and Bible study. They meet about 7:30 am at a local restaurant for breakfast. The Bible study is informal, basically reading through a chapter or two of the book being studied. Newcomers are welcome.
For more information, contact Cap Oliver at 703-938-4194 or capoliver(at)cox.net.