Chapel Hill Men

"Men of courage"

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Third Saturday of the month

Join together with other men from Chapel Hill for breakfast on the third Saturday of any month.  Hang out, eat and get to know each other better!  Contact Craig Dorn to save a seat.

Upcoming Breakfast Locations:

April 20 at Ze's Diner in Eagan

May 18 at Jensen's Cafe in Burnsville

June 15 at Original Pancake House in Burnsville

July 20 at Perkins in Eagan

August 17 at Ze's Diner in Eagan

September 21 at Jensen's Cafe in Burnsville

October 19 at Original Pancake House in Burnsville

November 16 at Perkins in Eagan

December 21 at Ze's Diner in Eagan

Fridays at 6:30am, starting April 5

Set your alarm for a little earlier on Wednesday mornings and join CHC men for an early morning Bible study! Men's Ministry is hosting a study on the Gospel of Mark alongside the Tim Keller book, "Jesus the King." From April 5 through May 24 we will meet weekly on Friday mornings, 6:30-7:30am. Contact Matt Tobalsky if you have questions or are interested in participating!

Sunday, April 28, 5:30-7:30
Men's Ministry is hosting a Meat & Greet! Let's get together for burgers, brats, hot dogs, and more. We will have a short prayer and words of encouragement before we share a grilled meal. Cribbage and Cornhole will be available or, simply hang out and chat it up! RSVP to Jae or just show up!

Wednesday, May 22, 6:45-8:15PM
Please join us for the annual Whirlyball event! We will be collecting a non-perishable food item at the event for a local food pantry. Enjoy rotations of Whirlyball, appetizers, and great conversation. No cost but please bring a food item to donate & RSVP to Jae so we know you're coming.


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.