Men’s Ministry

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SHARPENING MEN’S DEVOTION TO CHRIST THROUGH DISCIPLESHIP, FELLOWSHIP AND SERVICE.

About the Craftsmen Ministry

 

Eastminster’s Men’s Ministry is committed to growing men’s relationship with Christ through a journey of discipleship, fellowship and service. We want all men to witness the value of a life in Christ — a life that leads to lasting connections with one another and the spreading of the Gospel. Our goal is to help men become leaders in their church, their families and their community. And we believe this happens best when lasting relationships with each other are built. Eastminster Men’s Ministry exists to help build these relationships. All men are welcome to join us in any of the activities we offer. Check out below to see all that we have going on this year. We hope to see you at our next event!

Get Connected

Our Craftsmen Ministry is led by Elder Steve Hartt. Contact him with questions or for help getting plugged in. Subscribe to the Craftsmen Newsletter by clicking here.

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Get Involved
 
Weekly Small Group Bible Studies
  • Meet with other men in small group setting to study Scriptures that deal with real life issues we face every day.
Friday Lunches
  • If you are looking for a bit of lunch time camaraderie join a group of EPC men for lunch every Friday at 11:30AM. The location changes every week. Email Tom Funk for this week’s location!
Tuesday Night Basketball
  • Pick up games start at the CLC gym at 7:30PM each Tuesday night.
Men’s Events
  • Eastminster Craftsmen hosts annual retreats, gatherings and opportunities to provide our men with support and direction for their lives.
Are You Making Memories?
By Eddie Capparucci, LPC, CSAS

Life is comprised of events and experiences. For some, the collection is vast and memorable. For others, it’s sparse and unremarkable.

As a counselor, understanding the makeup of someone’s history is critical in forming a diagnosis. And it’s sad that a large majority of the men I work with, can’t tell me about their childhood. “I really don’t have many memories of growing up as a kid,” is a comment I have heard far too often.

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UPCOMING MEN’S EVENTS

Stay tuned for upcoming Men’s events. See our weekly Bible Studies and Small Groups by clicking here