Men’s

Small Groups meet to pursue a deeper relationship with Christ and one another, typically with 10-15 people.  Groups may be men, women, couples, or a mix, age specific,  or multi-generational.  In a group you’ll find mutual care and encouragement, a safe place to share life’s struggles and joys, a time to study God’s Word, discuss practical applications and pray together. No matter where you are on your faith journey, it’s important to travel with others.
For more information about any of the following small groups, contact Adulted@crossroadspres.org


Brothers Seeking Balance – 1st and 3rd Tuesday 7:00 – 8:00 a.m. meeting virtually via Zoom (year round)
Informal book and Bible studies with fellowship and prayer for men of all ages.
Current StudyMark for Everyone by N. T. Wright

Downtown Men’s Bible Study – 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:00 a.m. meeting virtually
Book and Bible studies for men of all ages.
Current StudyThe Patient Ferment of the Early Church by Alan Kreider

Saturday Morning Men’s Bible Study – Saturday 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. virtual study via Zoom. (year round)
Book and Bible study for men of all ages, breaking into smaller groups for prayer and discussion.
Current StudyThe Gospel of Luke

Tuesday Morning Men’s Bible Study – Tuesday 6:30 – 7:30 a.m. meeting virtually for informal book and Bible studies with fellowship and prayer for men of all ages.
Current StudyLuke for Everyone by N. T. Wright

Up-and-at-‘em Men’s Bible Study – Monday 7:00 – 8:00 a.m. meeting virtually (year round)
A fellowship community open to men of all ages who value camaraderie and are curious about Christianity, the church, faith and spiritual growth. Mornings begin with coffee, unhealthy indulgences, and conversation about eh Brewers, Packers, Bucks, the state of the world and anything anyone wants to talk about. The “studies” are informal discussions prompted by a variety of resources including the Bible and the writings of respected Christian theologians, historians and authors. Sessions conclude with sharing concerns and prayer.
Current StudyIsaiah