Men’s Ministry

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Ministry Goals

Grow men in their relationship with Christ
Encourage men to embrace their unique call in service to God
Build community (and communities) among men
Invite and include men not actively walking with Christ and not members of First Presbyterian – win men for Christ
Provide entry points for men that help reach other goals
Provide opportunities to model man-of-Christ living

There are opportunities for men of all ages to engage in a variety of settings in order to know, experience, and act on the love and power of Christ. Our events are open to all men and are often comprised of men from other churches and denominations, drawn together by Christ, and the desire to know Him better.

Ways to Connect (weekly)

Tuesdays | 6:45AM | Fellowship Hall

  • Winter/Spring 2024 Study: January 2 - April 16
  • Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God
    (leaning into book by Tim Keller)
  • Light breakfast provided
  • Contact Chuck Hobbs for more information

Fridays | 6:45AM

  • Meeting at Home of Scott Wray
  • Coffee, fellowship, study, and prayer
  • Studying Paul’s letter to the Romans

Sports and Other Fun Stuff

Enjoy fellowship with other men, develop Godly friendships, and find some downtime just being one of the guys.

Softball - Paul Meyer
Hiking - Dawson Nesbitt
Fishing - Steve Harris 
Bicycling - Dave Meyer
Senior Golfing - Dawson Nesbitt
F3 (workout groups for men; go to for more info)

Don’t see your thing? Let’s start one… contact Chuck Hobbs.

Family Tailgate Art_Dated

Thursday, August 29
Wake Forest opening football game v. NC A&T

Details coming soon!
Sponsored by the FPC Men's Ministry.


The 2025 Men's Retreat will be held March 21-22. Details will be announced at a later date.

Serve in Men's Ministry

Want to get involved and volunteer in Men's/Adult Ministry? We can't wait to Serve with you!
Click the link below to see our current volunteer needs. Once you fill out the form, a staff member will get back to you.

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

Proverbs 27.17