Chapel Hill Men

"Men of courage"

The mission of Chapel Hill Men

Developing a better relationship with God, your family, and a few other men is the focus of the Men's Ministry program at Chapel Hill. As the spiritual life of the dad and husband goes, so goes the spiritual life of the family. Activities provided for the men of Chapel Hill encourage, challenge, and support men in a continual development of their faith. This is accomplished through an annual retreat, small groups, and the Spring Sizzle Steak Feed as well as through less formal activities like biking, softball, golfing, camping, and big screen sporting events.


Men's Retreat at Trout Lake Camp

September 15-17

Rumor has it that Viking explorers actually ended up in Minnesota while seeking out the legend of the Saturday Night Steak Fry at Trout Lake (definitely a true story).  No matter if you've been making the trek to Men's Weekend every year since the days of Leif Erickson or this will be your maiden voyage, we highly encourage you to attend this year's Men's Weekend at Trout Lake.  Check out this video for a promo featuring this year's speaker, as well as a few of the band members for the weekend. 

New this year: High Ropes Course (in addition to all your favorites - steak, fishing, boating, zip line, wiffle ball, floor hockey, steak, dodgeball, ultimate frisbee, educational seminars covering spiritual/practical/educational topics, steak, campfires, paintball, steak, climbing wall, archery, mini-golf, steak, you get the picture...)

NOTE - when you register, choose "RUSTIC" cabins and when you get to the roommate request part of the form, write "FISH CABINS WITH CHAPEL HILL CHURCH". These are far from rustic - they're new within the past few years, with the only thing rustic being that the bathroom is a short walk away. The weekend costs $115 (before any discounts) - and please don't let finances be a hindrance - come find me or someone on staff if finances are preventing your attendance. Bonus - if you've never attended, make sure you click "First Timer Discount" as you register (it's toward the end) and take $10 off.

PLEASE EMAIL PAUL TOMMERDAHL WHEN YOU REGISTER so that he can follow-up with you as we get closer to September.

REGISTER HERE.


Bike and Bible

Mondays, June 5 - August 21, 6-8 pm at Lebanon Hills

Join us for Bike and Bible this summer at Lebanon Hills on Monday nights starting June 5th and running until August 28th. New for this year, we're opening this up to both road or mountain biking. Both rides will start in the parking lot at 6:00 pm and groups will meet up for a discussion related to New Testament Parables from 7:30-8:00pm. Riders of all skill levels are invited to participate. This is open to people outside of Chapel Hill as well so invite a friend or neighbor! There is no requirement to attend every week or prep work required. If you would like to be a part of this or have any questions please contact Scott Lyon or call 651 983-0793.


Killing Lions Men's Study/Bonfire

1st and 3rd Thursdays, 7:30 pm

Killing Lions by John and Sam Eldredge is a conversation between father and son about meeting the challenges of life. Join the conversation as father and son discuss money, marriage, chasing dreams, knowing something real and finding a life you can call your own. This book is an invitation into a journey either to be the son who receives fathering or the father who learns what must be spoken. Purchase the book Killing Lions by John and Sam Eldredge ($10.) Contact Ron Boyd if you would like to be part of this study.


1:1 Connections

Let's Get To Know Each Other Better!

Are you interested in making monthly connections with other men at CHC? We will email you with one name each month for you to connect with. Have coffee, golf, go for a walk, talk, etc. Email the office if you are interested and we will get you connected for the next month.


FACEBOOK

Have you joined the Chapel Hill Men's Facebook group? This is a closed group so join by clicking here and requesting acceptance. Why did we do this? To create community and provide a place for you to dialogue. You can now tell people you are coming to an event, comment on events, encourage each other to come, drum up support, whatever!