Men in the Church

Men, in addition to sharing active roles in the maintenance and operation of the church, are searching for ways to develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ, to become more Christ like, to become disciples. 

Dr. Patrick Morley, author of Man in the Mirror (Zondervan, 1997), defines decipleship as being "called to live in Christ, equipped to live like Christ, and sent to live for Christ."  

 

 

The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew is an international ministry to men and boys in the Anglican / Episcopal Church. The Brotherhood was founded in 1883, and was incorporated in 1908 by an Act of Congress, signed by President Theodore Roosevelt. The Boy Scouts of America, and the Brotherhood are the only two organizations incorporated by an act of Congress. The incorporation of the Brotherhood reads: “The sole purpose of the Brotherhood is the spread of Christ’s Kingdom.” The mission of the Brotherhood is to bring men and boys into the deepest possible relationship with Our Lord Jesus Christ by following the rules of prayer, study, and service. 

Veteran Friendly Congregations supports returning servicemen
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is drawing on its rich history of supporting servicemen and women by leading the creation of Veteran Friendly Congregations.