Men’s Ministries

tai chi

Tai Chi: Mondays from 10:15-11:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Tai Chi, a Chinese moving meditation that stretches, improves balance and increases strength all from standing positions. Continued practice will result in increased vigor. This low impact exercise puts minimal stress on muscles and joints, making it generally safe for all ages and fitness levels. If you’re looking for a way to reduce stress and anxiety, and help increase flexibility and balance, consider tai chi! Contact Jessica at jessica@cargillumc.org or sign up on the Family Ministries bulletin board in Fellowship Hall.
Cost: Free
Facilitator: Bob Naatz

 

 

Cargill UMC Men’s Group is comprised of men from all age groups and is a service and social group. It is organized on a committee basis, with ideas from anyone! The Men’s Group has been active in the adult mission team projects, has offered a variety of informative programs to our church and community, and volunteers in many capacities. Please watch for future events sponsored by this group.

 

Promise Keepers is a men’s fellowship and Bible study group, committed to supporting each other throughout life’s many challenges. They meet each Friday at 6 a.m. in Room 106. This is an ad hoc group that has been meeting for the past 15 years, originating out of the international Promise Keepers organization. While the group maintains many of the values of the formal organization, it has taken on a more local approach. In addition to their weekly meetings, members have been assisting both the church and Janesville community with project-oriented work. They have worked with Love INC moving people to new housing and church members with house maintenance and moving needs.

 

Adult Mission Team, while not gender specific, is important to many men in the Cargill community. The team normally takes at least one out-of-area trip each year and works on church and community project needs throughout the year.

 

 

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