Circles – Men

Circles Just for Men

Choose a circle from the descriptions below, and then to sign up, go to inFellowship and search for Men under Categories, select the circle you are interested in, then sign up.

Iron Men 27:17
Sermon Series Discussion
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Denny’s Restaurant
Leaders: Jim Welch, Phil Tonn, & Darren Shonts

This circle for men meets for breakfast and to study and discuss the current sermon through the Going Deeper Guide. This discussion guide is found on the back of the sermon notes each Sunday, or at this LINK.  This group meets continually, and you are welcome anytime, to join in the discussion.

Who Is This Man? – Mark’s Story:
Starting February 4, this sermon series will take us through a nine-week study of the book of Mark, ending on Easter. It’s obvious that Mark presents Jesus in a way to force people to answer the question: Who is this man? Story after story confronts the reader. By the time you are done with the book Mark hopes the answer is obvious.

If you sign up to be on the e-list, Pastor Remy will send out devotional thoughts no more than five times a week. He will also pass along any helpful videos or other information that might make the story more meaningful. And, of course, he will also answer any questions that he gets back from people. Email pastor(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign) to join the elist.

To join this circle, log into inFellowship and search for “Men” under Categories, select “Iron Men”, then sign up.


MTSMending the Soul: Understanding and Healing Abuse
dates & times TBD, 13 weeks
Leaders: Bill Tice & Leon Herrick

Mending the Soul is a healing model for abuse survivors and their caregivers. Abuse is a human issue – men, women, girls, and boys can all experience abuse.  Mending the Soul deals with verbal, spiritual, sexual, physical, and neglectful abuse. It also discusses the abuse in narcissistic family systems.  It is a ministry about God’s love and healing power in a broken world. Each circle is completely confidential, learning and working through the six stages of healing in a safe, supportive community.

Dr. Steven and Celestia Tracy, who created the program for Mending the Soul, describe it this way: “Healing is basically relearning to feel, to express and to need in a community of safe people, where nurture and comfort are the norm.  In short, unless we face the pain and truth of our victimization, we will not be able to experience healthy relationships in the present.

You can purchase the book for $16.99 and the workbook for $29.99  from by clicking the links. Scholarships are also available – just talk to your leader. Scholarships are also available – just tell your leader.

To join this circle login to inFellowship, search for “Men” under Categories, select “Mending the Soul – Men”, and sign up.




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