Men’s ministry at Atlantic Shores is a great place to grow deeper in your relationship with God, serve Him, and connect with other men in the church. Our goal is to glorify God by making men into disciples of Jesus Christ who go and make disciples of other men. We also like to have fun. Hoorah! Below are ways you can Man Up at Atlantic Shores.
Man Up Breakfast
Join us for a real man’s breakfast in the fellowship hall at 8:00am. Following a time of food and fellowship, Pastor Ron shares a brief message from God’s word followed by table discussions. Man Up Breakfast happens quarterly.
2021 dates: November 13 at 8am in the Life Center
Man Up Bible Studies
Connect with other men in a Man Up Bible Study. Check out the Fall 2021 Man Up Bible Studies and register here.
Man Up Weekend
Man Up Weeknd is an annual men's gathering with great Bible teaching, fellowship with other men, and a real man's beast feast. Check back soon for the date of the next Man Up Weekend.
In the spring, the men’s ministry hosts the Shores Golf Classic. By partnering with us for this event you are offering our children the chance to participate in summer camps, missions trips, and many other exciting opportunities. Opportunities to sponsor the tournament are available for businesses and individuals. You can also join the team of tournament volunteers. Check back soon for details about the upcoming Golf Classic.
Are you good with your hands? Do you have a trade skill? Does do-it-yourself (DIY) describe you? Join the men of the church that provide a helping hand to support single parents, widows, the elderly, or anyone who truly needs assistance with a household repair, yard work, debris removal, or something else.
Man Up Military
With five military bases in the Hampton Roads area, many of our Shores men serve in the military, and we are here to serve them and their families. Military life has its own unique challenges as men (and women) deploy to serve our country. Learn more about our military outreach here.
Pastor’s Prayer Partners
A pastor needs the kind of support that can only come from a team of men that pray for him and his family. Even Jesus asked for prayer support on the night before he was crucified (Matthew 26:38). A group of men at Shores known as the Pastor’s Prayer Partners do this for Pastor Ron and his the Jones family. Contact us if you would like to serve as a Pastor’s Prayer Partner.