Contact Janis Finch, Director of Adult Discipleship for the latest updates about men's groups and events meeting in-person and virtually (email@example.com)
Catalyst Men’s Group
A catalyst is an agent which quickly causes change or action and that is what this “Catalyst” is all about...moving men to action. Men of faith, it is time to awaken and get your faith in motion! There is much that is going on in and around Friendswood UMC that needs men of action. Catalyst offers to connect you with other men of faith that are seeking a closer walk with Christ.
Catalyst is a Christ-centered ministry for men focused on:
Small group worship & study
Encouraging & supporting our families
Serving the congregation & our community.
Men's Weekly Small Groups
Each week, men from the congregation meet to pray togther, read togther and to laugh together. If you feel as if you are being called to a broader life of fellowship and deeper understanding, reach out to us and jump in!
- Saturday 700-0800 am - Wesley Hall Coffee Bar - Chad Armstrong leader - any age welcome - Seedbed Devotional Study
- Wednesday 600-0700 am - Summer Moon Coffee - Rev. Howard Huhn leader - any age welcome - Bible Study
- Wednesday Morning 700-0800 am - Wesley Hall Narthex - Maurice Estlinbaum leader - all welcome - read thru the Bible
- Wednesday 700-800 pm - Education BLDG. E203 - Doug McGee - All Welcome - Bible Study or Seedbed Devotional
Men's Bible Study
The Catalyst Men’s Group invites men of all ages to Grace Is Greater: God's Plan to Overcome Your Past, Redeem Your Pain, and Rewrite Your Story, by Kyle Idleman. Led by Greg Holleran, this 5 week study starts Thursday, Jan. 20 at 7:00 in E-206. Contact Greg, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the study guide and any questions.
Grace Is Greater will help readers truly grasp God's grace, even if the Christians around them have failed to live it. Grace Is Greater leads readers past their hang-ups toward an understanding of grace that is bigger than our mistakes, our failures, our desire for revenge, and our seemingly impossible situations. No sin is so great, no bitterness so deep that God's grace cannot transform the heart and rewrite the story.