Something exciting is happening in the heart of Raleigh.

 

 

What began in 2006 as a small group of men meeting to develop a Bible study for men in the downtown area of our city has now become a fellowship of hundreds of men, middle school age and up, joining in encouraging and challenging Scripture study.

How it works:

  • Read the scripture and complete the lesson on your own time during the week
  • Meet with a small group on Tuesday night to discuss the lesson
  • Attend large group after to hear a message on the scripture from founder Russ Andrews

Our lessons are designed with a study method and pace designed for beginning and seasoned students of the Bible. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve studied the Bible for years, or you’re just starting out — come enjoy great fellowship, grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ, and worship, pray, and study His word.

It’s never too late to join us.

 

This fall we’re studying the Gospel of Mark. Mark 10:45 summarizes why Jesus left the glories of heaven to come into this fallen world as the Promised Savior. “For the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many!”

Our study this year will focus on the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ who came from heaven to earth…

  • To set the captives free!
  • To give spiritual sight to the spiritually blind!
  • To offer peace, joy and contentment to all who choose to follow Him!
  • To offer eternal life to everyone who believes!

 

Time: Tuesdays at 7pm, early September through early May (with Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks)

Location: Kerr Hall at Edenton Street United Methodist Church (see map below)