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Men Ministry

Monday Morning Breakfast Group

Mondays: 9:00 am, Fargo Fryn’ Pan

This men’s group meets every Monday morning, starting September 18, for breakfast, study and fellowship. All men are welcome to participate; it is structured so that you can come when you are able. No need to prepare study materi-als before you arrive; they will be provided for you as needed. If you have interest in our agenda or attending, please contact Robert Brummond.

ManUP Bible Study

ManUP, a men’s Bible study, convenes on the second Tuesday of each month, starting in October, 6:45 -7:45 am, in the Jennie Roberts Room. Intended to help men understand what the Bible says in relation to what is expected of a Christian man, the study this year examines the Presbyterian Church (USA) “A Brief Statement of Faith.” Direct ques-tions to Bruce Maylath at ring4linguist@yahoo.com.

Men’s Bible Study Retreat

FPC’s Men's Bible Study Retreat is scheduled for September 15&16. The retreat will be held at the Country Inn & Suites in Detroit Lakes. It begins with dinner at Zorbaz on Detroit Lake at about 5:45 pm. The Bible study will be led by Dr. Steve Reed, chair of the Religion Department at the University of Jamestown, and begins at around 7:00 pm at the hotel. It continues on Saturday morning and ends around 3:30 pm. Dr. Reed will lead us through Proverbs from the Old Testament.

All men of the church are invited. The retreat is a great opportunity to get to know your fellow men at First Presbyteri-an and learn about God's message for men.

A block of hotel rooms is being held for retreat participants. You can make your hotel reservation by calling Country Inn & Suites at 218-847-2000. When making your reservation, let them know you are with the First Presbyterian Far-go group. Direct questions to Bruce Maylath at ring4linguist@yahoo.com.

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