Men Connect

We offer several different Men's Bible Study groups that meet weekly throughout the year - many of which include breakfast. Join us as we dig deeper into God's Word and learn how to disciple others with men throughout the Gallatin Valley.

  • college life group

    Leaders: Joshua & Bethanne Schendel

    When: First & Third Sundays

    Time: 6:30-8:30 pm

    Location: Schendel Home

    College students are invited for dinner, a Bible study, and discussion. Call the church office for details at 406.582.8000.

  • young adults life group

    Leader: Rachael Weakley

    When: Tuesdays

    Time: 7:00-8:30 pm

    Location: Bozeman Site, Rachel Grey's Office

    If you're in your 20's or 30's and looking for a community of friends to study the Bible and pray with, join us for a study of Isaiah each week.

  • coffee with the pastor

    Leader: Ryan Cook

    When: Thursdays

    Time: 8:00 am

    Location: Bozeman Site Classroom A

    Join Pastor Ryan and others for fellowship to discuss scripture from the previous and upcoming Sunday's sermon. 

  • men's bible study & breakfast

    Leader: Mike Connelly

    When: Fridays

    Time: 6:30 am

    Location: Legacy Site

    Join other men for a Bible study and breakfast every Friday morning. Enjoy the morning with us as we worship together. We're currently studying the Book of Romans.

  • Men's bible study & breakfast

    Leader: Michael Morgner

    When: Saturdays

    Time: 7:00 am

    Location: Bozeman Site

    Join a brotherhood of believers that holds each other accountable through Bible study every Saturday morning. Come and spend the morning with us as we dive deep into God's Word and enjoy some delicious breakfast burritos together. This fall, we'll be studying "A Praying Life" by Paul E. Miller.

  • adult sunday school/bible study - luke

    Leaders: Jim & Lynda Wenger

    When: Sundays

    Time: 10:00 am

    Location: Legacy Site Sanctuary

    Grow in our understanding of God's fulfillment of His purpose in our lives and the Church, our personal relationships, and strength in dealing with spiritual conflict through grace.