Men's Ministry

Del Rey Church takes ministry for men very seriously.  It is our passion to raise up men of character and faith to be a testimony for our world.

Every day, the world bombards men with mixed messages about success, relationships, and happiness. Now, more than ever, it takes grit to be the kind of men God wants us to be. We are here to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with you as we pursue God’s design for manhood.

We meet once a week for 8 to 12 weeks at a time in Men’s Group. Usually we do this twice a year, in the spring and in the fall. Held early on Tuesday mornings (before work) and Saturday mornings (for those who work early on weekdays), we go through a series of teachings on a particular topic, followed by a time of discussion, relationship-building, and prayer. Recent topics include being born again, the doctrines of God's grace (in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation), work, marriage and children, and a bible study of the book of Romans.

We also have periodically scheduled events like men’s breakfasts, service projects, retreats, and more to connect the men of our church into relationships that can be real and meaningful outside of the actual events themselves. We also encourage the men of our church to attend a Community Group and find a regular ministry to volunteer in as a means to bless others.

We recommend that you continue in your development as a man in between Men's Group series. At a minimum, we hope you will carve out time to read. 

Even better, we encourage you to remain in fellowship with your brothers and discuss what you are reading together. Grab some guys, pick a book, and meet regularly for discussion, relationship-building, accountability, and prayer. 






Rejects passivity

Rejects lust

Rejects debt

Rejects playing the victim

Rejects isolation

Rejects marriage mediocrity

Rejects parental passiveness

Rejects self-sufficiency

Rejects a meaningless life

Rejects a mid-life crises

Rejects individualism

Rejects doing church

Rejects racism

Rejects classism

Rejects injustice

Rejects retirement

Rejects irreligion

Rejects religion

Rejects one set of eyes on his life

Rejects pride

Reject ignorance

Rejects adultery

Rejects health passivity

Rejects evangelistic passivity

Rejects nationalism

Reject materialism

Rejects arrogance

Rejects people pleasing

Rejects safe and normal life

Rejects simply doing a job

Rejects conventional wisdom

Rejects earthly treasures

Rejects fear

Rejects lame family vacations

Rejects normal holidays

Rejects his children drifting

Rejects Biblical ignorance

Reject racism

Reject work-a-holism

Rejects religion

Rejects cheap escapes

Rejects insecurity

Rejects city passivity

Rejects a less than life

Rejects being soft and lame

Rejects cultural manhood

Pursues responsibility

Pursues purity

Pursues generosity

Pursues redeeming his past

Pursues community

Pursues loving his wife

Pursues discipling his kids

Pursues an abided relationship with Jesus

Pursues the work God has for him

Pursues the second half of life with a redemptive vengeance

Pursues the fight for something bigger than himself

Pursues being the church

Pursues being an anti-racist

Pursues a fight for the marginalized

Pursues justice

Pursues mentorship

Pursues the gospel

Pursues the gospel

Pursues friends and mentors

Pursues humility

Pursues wisdom

Pursues one woman for life

Pursues the stewardship of his body

Pursues the seeking and saving of the lost

Pursues being a World Christian

Pursues a gospel identity

Pursues a gospel identity and a disposition of humility

Pursues God pleasing and speaking the truth in love

Pursues a radical, adventure with Jesus

Pursues God’s unique design for his life

Pursues Jesus’ radical leadings

Pursues heavenly investments

Pursues trust

Pursues the creation of memorable moments

Pursues the creation of memorable moments

Pursues ceremony and the creation of  the rites of passage

Pursues a passionate knowledge of God’s Word

Pursues a gospel identity

Pursues a gospel identity

Pursues caring for widows, orphans and the marginalized

Pursues the noble pathways and the Giver of life

Pursues a gospel identity

Pursues the welfare and shalom of the city

Pursues God’s best for his life

Pursues and Fights for noble masculinity

Pursues the noble pathways and fights the noble fight