All men are welcome to participate in Men's Ministry at FBC Windsor.
Fellowship, the study of God's Word, and prayer are main focuses of this ministry as we grow together.
Exalting God, equipping men to serve the Lord, and evangelizing for Christ are the primary objectives of all First Baptist Church men's ministries.
FBC conducts programs of regularly scheduled men’s Bible studies, discipleship, men’s breakfasts, men’s retreats, recreational athletic programs, special events, men’s choir, and encourages greater participation of men in all other activities of the church, including worship during Sunday services. All of the above activities are intended to equip men to serve the Lord by increasing Biblical knowledge, instilling sound Biblical doctrine, providing multiple platforms to evangelize for Christ, fellowship, shepherd, provide help to the church family, and to exalt God through worship, prayer, and by the very conduct of men’s lives.
The men's ministries leadership team is comprised of elders, deacons, and other qualified men, all of whom are appointed or approved by the Board of Elders (Board). The leadership team meets periodically in conjunction with Board meetings to coordinate all ministry activities. The current men's ministry coordinator is Ben Kor (707) 837-2984 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men's Evening Bible Studies
These studies are intended to increase Biblical knowledge, provide examples and applications for Christian living, and provide an excellent atmosphere for Christian fellowship.
The men of the church are will begin studying the Book of Ecclisiastes, Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. in room 126 of the Education Building. All men are invited to attend.
Contact Ben Kor at 837-2984 or at email@example.com if you have any questions regarding these studies.
Friday Morning Bible Studies
Interested men may meet for Bible study with Rhett Paro on Friday's at 6:00 a.m. at Starbucks just off Airport Boulevard between Windsor and Santa Rosa.
This is an on-going program of one-on-one instruction for men seeking knowledge in the faith, new Christians, and growing Christians. Instruction includes fundamentals of the faith and lessons on Christian living. Interested men should contact Pastor Lance Wallace or Rob Millerick at (707) 838-6694.
Hearty breakfasts provided by volunteer members of the men's congregation are followed by guest speaker presentations, brief Biblical studies, or practical do-it-yourself demonstrations. These are excellent opportunities to meet and fellowship with men who desire to share in Christ's love. Men of ALL ages are encouraged to attend these breakfasts.
These breakfasts are served on the first Saturday of each month at 7:30 a.m. in
Room 126 of the Education building. Martin Kiff and Rob Millerick host these functions.
Men's Helps Ministries
Men of the church provide assistance to anyone in the church family needing help. Interested persons should contact Mike Brookfield at (707) 473-8610.
Every September, the men, high school age an up, join with some other local churches and spend the weekend at Hartstone Bible Camp which is located in Potter Valley, CA. The weekend is filled with worship, teaching, food, and various outdoor activities which may include: hiking, biking, shooting, basketball, sleeping, etc. Plan on joining them for a great time of fellowship.