Our times together in the Word are richly encouraging. Not only do they allow us to explore the depths of God's thoughts, but they also give us an opportunity to build each other up in the faith on a more personal level. We would love to have you join us as we share how God is working in each of our lives.


The men meet every other Tuesday evening, at 6:30pm. We typically go through books which help us apply Scriptural principles and live Christian lives in our contemporary context. We are currently going through Louis Berkhof’s A Summary of Christian Doctrine. Please check here to stay informed of our meeting times.

Books we have read:

  • Worldly Saints, by Leland Ryken

  • Church History, in Plain Language, by Bruce L. Shelley

  • Knowledge of the Holy, by A.W. Tozer

  • The Enemy Within, by Kris Lundgaard

  • The Treasure Principle, by Randy Alcorn

  • The Last Days of Jesus, by Andreas Kostenberger

  • Building Conservative Churches, by David de Bruyn

  • The Pursuit of God, by A.W. Tozer.


We are currently on a break. For up-to-date information on our studies, check out our calendar here.

Books we have read:

  • Gladys Aylward: The Little Woman, by Gladys Aylward

  • Sensei: The Life Story of Irene Webster-Smith, by Russell T. Hitt

  • In the Presence of My Enemies, by Gracia Burnham

  • Women of the Word, by Jen Wilkin

  • How Can I Love Those Prickly People, by Juanita Purcell

  • Calm My Anxious Heart, by Linda Dillow

  • Twelve Extraordinary Women, by John MacAruthur

  • I and II Thessalonians, Titus, by John MacArthur

  • Respectable Sins, by Jerry Bridges

  • Lies Women Believe, by Nancy Leigh DeMoss


We meet on occasional evenings with the purpose of thinking on, discussing, and evaluating church ministry philosophy and practice. Our diet of reading is varied.

Books we have read:

  • 7 Toxic Ideas Polluting Your Mind, by Anthony Selvaggio

  • Beauty, by Roger Scruton

  • How to Read a Book, by Mortimer Adler

  • The Deliberate Church, by Mark Dever

  • God, Marriage and the Family, by Andreas Kostenberger

  • Protestant Worship, by James White

  • What to Listen for in Music, by Aaron Copland

  • The Democratization of American Christianity, by Nathan O. Hatch

  • Abolition of Man, by C.S. Lewis

  • The Art of Biblical Poetry, by Robert Alter

  • Practical Wisdom for Pastors, by Curtis Thomas

  • Christianity and Culture, by J. Gresham Machen

  • The Sacred in Music, by Albert L. Blackwell

Books we plan to read:

  • Ideas Have Consequences, by Richard Weaver

  • The Four Loves, by C.S. Lewis

  • Give Praise to God, edited by Ryken, Thomas, and Duncan

  • I'll Take My Stand, by varied editors

  • Till We Have Faces, by C.S. Lewis