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Men’s Ministries

The purpose of Men’s Fellowship is to encourage and equip men to become

Men of God, Men of Prayer, Men of Service, Men of Fellowship.

The Salvation Army Men’s Fellowship seeks to:

                  Provide men with a medium for Christian fellowship where they can grow together in their devotion to Christ through Bible study

                  Promote prayer support systems among men and help them foster strong relationships, endeavouring to bring men into fellowship with God

                  Encourage involvement of every man in the corps programme and in service in the community

                  Promote strong family ties through education and discussions particularly in regard to the man’s role in family life. In addition, to provide education in vocational skills and promote recreational activities.

Men of God

Men are encouraged to stop taking a back seat on spiritual matters.  Not only are men responsible for the growth and development of their personal lives, they also have a contribution to make with regard to family and community spiritual life and development.

Men of Prayer

Paul writes to Timothy (1 Timothy 2.8), “I want men everywhere to lift up holy hands in prayer, without anger or disputing.”  Men’s Fellowship encourages teaching about prayer as well as the development of both personal and group prayer.

Men of Service

A practical aspect of Men’s Fellowship is to take responsibility for the maintenance of Salvation Army properties.  Men are taught and encouraged in the use of maintenance skills as they care for corps buildings, officers quarters and assist at Salvation Army social centres.  This ministry is also extended into the community as a form of service to individuals or deserving organisations.

Men of Fellowship

We meet on the 2nd Monday every month for breakfast and devotions from 8-9 am.

For more information please email Lieutenant Stephen Milner.