Bible Study

Men's Ministry
"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." (Proverbs 27:17)

At Worthington Christian Church we believe it takes godly men to teach other men how to be Men of God. There are five disciplines that facilitate this growth to become disciples of Christ: fellowship, Bible study, prayer, accountability (obedience) and service (witness). The more we know God, the more we love Him. The more we love Him, the more we give of ourselves and go where He tells us. LOVE, KNOW, GIVE and GO are Jesus' commandments and commission for our lives. In the Men's Ministry, there are many ways for you to love, know and grow, give and go for your Lord Jesus Christ.

We offer weekly Saturday morning Men's Bible Fellowship as well as accountability and service groups. In addition we do an annual Men & Boys' New Year's Day Fellowship Breakfast and have gone to PK events.

For more information about our programs, events, or just to learn more about the Men's Ministry in general, please contact or


Men's Life Group Bible Study
All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16)

Do you really want to understand what the Bible teaches? Then join us for our weekly Saturday morning Men's Life Group Bible Study!

This informal study won't require you to purchase books or any special materials, but you will definitely need your Bible and maybe a notepad. Handouts will be provided. There will be an opportunity for discussion and questions. Since this is an informal study, we have no specific ending date but expect the series to last through the fall. It will be facilitated by Ron Roberts.

We meet every Saturday morning at 7:30 AM in room 120. Our study usually concludes around 9:00 AM.

For more information about our Men's Bible Study, please contact


Bible Study

Men's Service Opportunities
The Men's Ministry offers several programs that provide men with a variety of ways to serve their community. We encourage all men to make time in their busy lives to go out and serve. It isn't just good for your community at large, but it is good for you — your mind, your heart and your soul.

West Central Community Correctional Facility (WCCCF) Prison Ministry
The WCC Men's Ministry has an outreach program to a community-based correctional facility in Marysville, OH. This facility is based on a diversionary program that focuses on rehabilitation of men and women incarcerated as a result of drug and alcohol abuse and criminal activities that result from that abuse. The goal of our ministry is to introduce them to God and our Savior Jesus Christ, lead them to a saving relationship with Christ, teach them in the Word and fundamental spiritual disciplines, and then help facilitate a transition back into the community through mentoring, and physical/logistical support. We conduct a Bible Study at the facility every Thursday night from 6:30-8:00 PM, and lead a Worship Service at the facility every quarter.

For more information about our Prison Ministry, contact

Columbus Dream Center
In partnership with the Garden Church and Columbus Dream Center, the WCC Men's Ministry is providing breakfast and a Bible study to homeless men in downtown Columbus on the third and fourth Saturdays of every month. Our goal is to not only provide a physical meal, but to show the love of Christ by serving, spending time and studying God's word with men that are living off the land so that they might come to know Christ and find hope in any situation. Breakfast and fellowship begins at 8:00 AM and the Bible study follows at approximately 8:30 AM.

For more information about the Columbus Dream Center, contact

Helping Hands
Are you good with your hands? Are you willing to serve others and work as a "handy man?" The Helping Hands ministry is designed to help those who need an extra hand in doing a chore, a job or a home project that is overdue.

For more information about Helping Hands, contact

Men of Faith Mentoring
Do you desire individual support instead of group support in helping you in your Christian walk? Then mentoring may be right for you. It starts where you are, what you need and when you are ready. It is men of faith being encouraged by men of God to let Jesus Christ become not just their Savior but their Lord in all things.

Would you like to help with our prison ministry by becoming a mentor? It is with one man who may or may not be in the Columbus area. For the freed man of faith, it is about developing a relationship with a godly man, to be encouraged, and to help him to continue what he learned at WCCCF. For the mentor, it is being the servant as Christ lived and being truly blessed in "putting on Christ" to demonstrate His mercy.

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