The Men’s ministry at Taylor Creek exists for the purpose of reaching men with the gospel of Christ, and growing them into a deeper relationship with Christ through the teaching and study of His word. Our desire is that the man God will be thoroughly equipped for every good work so that he can be all that God has called him to be in his home, church, and the world.
2 Timothy 2:2 “And the things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, these entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also.”
The third Saturday of every month at 8:00 to 10:00 AM, we as men meet for breakfast to Study God’s word, Prayer, fellowship and to encourage one another.
The Breakfast is held in the Main Sanctuary. If you have questions or would like to help with cooking or setup, call or email the church office: (425) 432-0634.
Men’s Steak-Out is an annual outreach to share the gospel with our friends and neighbors by inviting them and paying for a round of golf, a steak dinner and to hear an encouraging message. TCC men are encouraged to invite unsaved co-workers, friends, neighbors and relatives to come and golf.
This is open to all men, high school on up.
For questions, or if you would like to help with this ministry contact the church office by phone (425) 432-0634, or email.
Going Deeper in God’s Word:
Objective: To provide an opportunity for men to grow in their knowledge and understanding of biblical truth, to encourage personal growth, as well as to develop biblical leadership in the home, the community and the church. Register through the church office: 425-432-0634 or email.
Plan: A three-year, six-semester course of study, with commitments made one semester at a time. Semesters are two per year: September to early December & January to mid-May.
Meets Wednesday nights from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm approximately twice a month.
There is no charge, but there will be required resources each semester.
– Moody Handbook of Theology
– The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary (or equivalent)
– The Master’s Plan for the church, MacArthur