Men's Ministry

Men's Ministry

The Webster Gardens Men's Ministry desires to engage in fun, fellowship, mentoring, and study, while building and maintaining strong Godly character by being men of integrity.

From Bible studies, community service, and entertaining events, we want to be men that make an impact for Christ. Our ministry has men of various generations and backgrounds, so we want that diversity to fuel our mentorship. Whatever your age may be, come join us as we grow together as Godly men.

New BIBLE STUDIES beginning January 17, 7:00 pm in the YACC! (No registration required)

Thursday Evening Bible Study


"The Bible On Trial: Beyond A Reasonable Doubt" Bible Study

1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month, 
7:00-9:00pm at the YACC
Beginning January 17



This Winter, our men's ministry will study "The Bible on Trial: Beyond A Reasonable Doubt" this is a series presented by Craig Parton, Esq. where the rules of evidence followed in modern courtroom procedures form the basis to examine
Biblical criticism, ancient historical voices, the illumination of archaeology, the testimony of first-century followers of Jesus Christ -- all these come to bear on the examination of the reliability of the Scriptures in "The Bible on Trial: Beyond A Reasonable Doubt".
Are the Scriptures authentic...and if so, what evidence supports that conclusion?



Have questions? Call Tom Heard at 314-915-2880, or via email at 







Thursday Morning Bible Study


"Stepping Up - A Call to Courageous Manhood"

Thursday Mornings
6:15-7:45am at the YACC
Beginning February 1


Our Thursday morning group, also know as "Band of Brothers," is a weekly gathering of interdenominational Christian men from our local community. Webster Garden’s Men’s Ministry will be partnering with another church (Southgate Church in Crestwood) in our community to meet weekly for fellowship, study, encouragement, enrichment, and prayer. 


This Winter, we'll be studying "Stepping Up: A Call to Courageous Manhood" by Dennis Rainey. Men face decisions in life that demand courage. Big or little, complex or straightforward, these choices matter a great deal. Using personal stories and biblical principles, Rainey identifies five stages of a man's journey through life and examines his responsibilities at each step. He calls men to step up to courageous manhood. No registration is required. We'll see you then!



Have questions? Call Tom Heard at 314-915-2880, or via email at  .