Meadowbrook’s Men’s Ministry helps men develop a compelling vision of Biblical masculinity that will bless both his life and the lives of those around him. Meadowbrook Baptist is a place where men can connect with other men to study God’s Word, to hold each other accountable, and grow spiritually. We want to create opportunities for fellowship and service throughout the year. From men’s conferences to weekly bible studies to family enrichment – you will find a place to connect and grow in the Lord. 

Baptist Men On Mission (BMEN)

BMENBaptist Men on Mission (BMEN) encourages men to become personally involved in missions and evangelism activities. Our BMEN group meets regularly for breakfast to encourage and equip our men to be on mission. Our BMEN also sponsors an annual Mission Trip, disaster relief team, Men’s Retreat, and other missional activities.

Men’s Fraternity

More than just a rally or a Bible study, Men’s Fraternity provides men with an encouraging process that teaches them how to live lives of authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ and directed by the Word of God. It will help a man develop a compelling vision of Biblical masculinity that will bless both his life and the lives of those around him as he seeks to reject passivity, acept responsibility, and lead courageously.



The format is simple. We will meet at 6:00 PM on Thursday evenings in the Youth Worship Room. There will be a teaching time followed by 30 minutes of small group interaction in an environment where men are free to talk openly and confidentially about what
they hear, and express mutual support for one another.


The true power of Men’s Fraternity lies in bringing men together on common ground to learn together and listen to each other. Bonds of true God-centered friendships are formed as men encourage each other week-by-week to more fully embrace a godly view of manhood. Our prayer is that the Men of Meadowbrook Baptist Church would rise up and take responsibility for their families and Church as they commit to pursue Biblical masculinity through participating in Men’s Fraternity.


Disciple-making groups are groups of 3 to 4 men that meet on a weekly basis for up to a year. These groups provide accountability, transparency, and bible study truths to live by. These groups are an essential part part of the growth process for the believer. The curriculum, essentially a book of the Bible, is normally chosen by the leader of the group. The H.E.A.R. method is typically used to respond and record what God is doing in the believer’s life.