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Men's Ministry at Kenwood exists to facilitate community, discipleship, and fellowship. We believe that the body of Christ should support, maintain, and nourish itself by means of the Spirit-inspired Word. We believe God has given us the ability to instruct one another (Romans 15:14), has commanded us to care for one another’s souls (James 5:16), and that He is at work through his Word and people to complete his work in us (Phil 1:6). Men's Ministry seeks to obey and work out these beliefs through several of the below avenues.

 

 

2014 Men's Camp-Hike

Join us as we camp and hike in the historic Jefferson Memorial Forest! This is a great time for you to fellowship and become acquainted with your brothers at Kenwood.

Children are welcome and you may come late or leave early as is convenient for you.

     Friday, September 12 at 12pm – Saturday, September 13 at 3pm

     Location: 12298 Holsclaw Road, Fairdale KY, 40118 (Horine Reservation Campground, Group Site 2)

     Cost: $10 per person for those eating/camping. Hiking on Saturday is free.

     Register by September 8!

Commonly Asked Questions:

  1. What is provided? Tents, Firewood, Plates, Cups, Utensils, TP, Dinner, Breakfast, Soda, Coffee, Hot Cocoa, Plenty of Fresh Water for the hikes.
  2. What will we eat? Dinner Menu: Brats, Beans-n-Dogs, Cobbler / Breakfast Menu: Eggs, Sausage, Pop Tarts
  3. What should i bring? Sleeping gear, flashlight, bug spray, hiking shoes, chair, bagged lunch for Saturday hike, water bottle. 

 

Accountability Groups

Accountability Groups are designed to be times of conversation, confession, encouragement, and prayer for one another. They generally meet every two weeks with 3-4 men in each group.

For more information, please contact Randall Breland / randall.breland@gmail.com.

 

Fellowship Opportunities

We believe that our ability to care for one another is linked to our ability to spend time together. To that end, a few times a year, we plan gatherings for the men to simply be men. There is ample opportunity to come alongside one another as we care for our building, our elderly, and our local schools together. Formal gatherings, such as cookouts and hiking/camping trips, are part of our culture as well. For those with a competitive bent, we regularly put together basketball and softball teams.