At Christ Presbyterian we understand that men are weary of the classic dinner-and-a-speaker approach to ministry. Instead, we view Men's Ministry as a collection of connecting points and partnerships where men take initiative to seek out fellowship and relationships. It’s in the context of these relationships where real growth occurs.
Our Men’s Ministry partnerships come in all shapes and sizes to fit your schedule and preferences. Find your group below and start connecting today. Have question about Men’s Ministry? Contact Bob Bradshaw.
Biscuits and Bibles
For men of all ages, this group meets Wednesday mornings, 6:30-7:30 a.m., in the east entrance coffee bar on the CPC Central campus. Be prepared to come hungry for biscuits and the Bible! For more information, contact David Filson.
Leadership Ministries, Inc.
Leadership Ministries is a group of committed people who have come together to challenge, teach, and encourage men on their journey to be effective leaders. The group meets Friday mornings in Brentwood. For more information, contact Tom Eberle.
Leadership Discipleship Intensive
Leadership Discipleship Intensive (LDI) is CPC’s most robust leadership training and is designed to prepare lay leaders, volunteers, elders and diaconal candidates for all areas of service in our church. LDI surveys the ministries, mission, vision and values of CPC, and dives into our theological and denominational commitments. For more information, contact David Filson.
Christian Leadership Concepts
Christian Leadership Concepts, a national men’s ministry founded in Nashville, is a CPC Missional Partner that equips men to be leaders in their home, church and marketplace. Since 1982, more than 8,000 men in 116 cities have completed this two-year discipleship experience. For more information, email Hal Hadden (Central), Jon Cate (Intown) or call CLC at (615) 370-5020.
Organized by Christ Presbyterian, these popular small groups bring CPC members and Nashville friends together for the purpose of thinking biblically and engaging the culture. To find a group of men or to start your own, contact Jen Seger.
Small Group Resources
Desire to start a men's group but need direction or ideas? Visit our Small Group Resources page for help.