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Men of Faith

... for God is greater than our hearts, and he knows everything. - 1 John 3:20

Our Mission

Through study, prayer, service and fellowship we are making disciples by connecting men with God, our church, our community and each other. God works for good in all things, and Men of Faith wants to help all men become Greater Than themselves by joining in God's work.

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Ongoing Events

  • Connections
    Men of Faith Connections

    On the third Thursday each month, September - April, men of FUMCR and their guests gather to connect with each other, the church, and our faith over dinner and an inspirational program. All men, high school age and up, are invited. No reservation needed.

    Mother's Day Roses

    Honor and cherish the special women in your life on Mother's Day by decorating the chancel area with red and white roses. White roses are given for those we remember, red roses for those we cherish. Names of honorees and donors will be listed in the bulletin on Mother's Day, May 13.

    $5 each. Give ONLINE by May 6 or on Sundays in Coleman Family Hall on April 29 or May 6.

    Chancel roses will be available for pick-up after the 11 am service on May 13. Additional roses will be available for a good faith donation during all services.

    Proceeds support the Bob Moxham Men of Faith Educational Scholarship Fund for graduating seniors and other supported ministries.

  • Bible Studies
    Weekly Bible Studies

    Evening Studies

    Monday Evenings  •  7:30-8:30 pm  •  Taco Joint

    Current study: Jesus: Understanding His Death and Resurrection, a study of Mark 14-16 by Kay Arthur and David Arthur. This study will lead you to consider Jesus' sacrifice, the hope it brings, and the importance of sharing the story with others. Facilitated by Andrew Harris, Pat Maher & Taylor Newsom. REGISTER ONLINE.

    Coming soon: Forgiveness: Finding Peace Through Letting Go, a study by Adam Hamilton. In this study you'll explore forgiveness in your relationships with God, loved ones, family members and others, and learn what it is and what it isn't. Facilitated by Andrew Harris, Pat Maher & Taylor Newsom. REGISTRATION COMING SOON.

    Thursday Evening  •  May 17-Aug 9 • 7:00-8:30 pm  •  Education Bldg, RM TBD

    Imagine a life marked by contentment rather than angst, where your worries decrease while your capacity to positively impact others increases. In The Good and Beautiful Life you'll join other men in weekly study and spiritual practices that will lead you to that kind of life. You'll also discover truths from the scriptures that sometimes get obscured about who God is and what God really wants from us. Based on the book by James Bryan Smith. Facilitated by Kirk Lipscomb. REGISTER ONLINE.


    Morning On-Going Studies

    Monday Morning  •  6:30-7:30 am  •  Bartula Family Life Center, 1E

    A great group for "on the go" men of all ages. Led by Marc Mason, Bob Moxham and Dan Hrnack. Through study and discussion, this diverse group of men handles topics such as worship, fellowship, discipleship, family, and community. How do I become the man that God has called me to be?  What are the attributes and practices of a Godly man?  

    Tuesday Morning  •  7:30-8:30 am  •  Bartula Family Life Center, 1E

    Bible study for men who have a base knowledge of the Bible and are looking to understand how it applies to life. Coordinated by Deloy Snow and taught by Bert Duckett. If you're a young man looking to learn scripture and life lessons from men who have been there and done that, this is an excellent group to join.

    Friday Morning  •  6:30-7:30 am  •  Bartula Family Life Center, 1E

    Bible Study with a new approach to learning scripture through practical life experiences. Led by Charles Lee. This group walks through life experiences and scripture to understand where a wrong or right turn was made and how we can learn from others and through the example of Jesus. Doors open at 6 am.  Bring your Bible and a desire to learn how to be a man of faith through generational wisdom.

  • Missions
    Missions We Actively Support


    Bob Moxham Men of Faith Scholarship

    Given annually to a graduating high school senior.

    Habitat for Humanity

    Promote and recruit volunteers for the Spring and Fall builds.

    Kairos Prison Ministry

    Promote and recruit volunteers to support the prison ministry.

    New Friends New Life

    Provide support for the New Friends New Life Men's Advocacy Group by providing positive male role models for children during monthly programs.

    SPAN (Single Parent Action Network)

    Provide support through preparation and serving of meals at monthly meetings during the year.


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  • Calendar
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Men's Ministry Staff

Rich Rindfuss
Pastor, Group Life, Men of Faith, My Journey, School Partnerships
Jonathan (JB) Bryant
Welcoming Ministries Associate, Men of Faith
Mary Collins
Administrative Assistant, Welcoming, Faith Formation, Missions, UMW