Men's Ministry

The Men's Ministry is dedicated to the spiritual growth of the men at Bel Air Church. As we seek to know Christ more and to be conformed to His likeness by God’s Holy Spirit, we gather together to study His word, to participate in fellowship and to be a light for Jesus Christ, both individually and as a body at Bel Air Church.

Monthly Men's Breakfast


The Men's Breakfast has been a vital component of the Men's Ministry for many years; we meet once a month for table fellowship, Bible study and encouragement. It's a great time for the men of Bel Air Church to come together and pursue what it means to follow Jesus every day and everywhere with everyone. 

When > Second Saturday of each month, 8 a.m.
Where > Classroom Building, Room C302
BRING > Potluck Breakfast: Bring bagels, fruit, juice, or other breakfast dishes! Or just bring yourself!

RSVP to Men's Breakfast

POTLUCK BREAKFAST > What to bring:

If your LAST NAME begins with:

A–M – Please, bring “main dish”-type food? If you stop at McDonald’s and get breakfast sandwiches or pancake meals, if you are a chef-type and want to bring a pre-cooked quiche or a pan of scrambled eggs; that would be great. If each of you brings something to feed 4–6 men a main dish, we should be good.

N–S – Please bring some type of side dish. Fruit, bacon, sausage, hash browns. A fast food version of these side dishes is absolutely fine. Think 4–6 guys each.

T–Z – Please bring bagels/cream cheese, doughnuts and/or muffins. Obviously, this is a smaller group of guys, but since most of these items are sold by the dozen, if each guy can bring enough for 12, the yield should be about the same.

The church will provide coffee, tea and water (and some leaders will bring juice).

NOTE: There will NOT be any cooking or warming functions available, not even a microwave – so, please prepare accordingly.

Upcoming Events


Upcoming Potluck Leadership Teaching Series: "The 24/7’s"
In explaining the meaning of the Parable of the Sower to His disciples in Luke 8, Jesus emphasizes that there are three ever-present realities in life that seek to separate us from knowing or maturing in Christ: Satan, our sinful flesh and this fallen world. These are the 24/7’s. As we strive to “Follow Jesus Every Day and Everywhere with Everyone,” the 24/7’s of life are the stumbling blocks to our maturing in our faith and in our intimacy with Jesus.

Speakers & Schedule:
October 13 > Topic: The Fallen World, with Gregg Bennett, Bel Air's Executive Director 
November 10 > Topic: Satan, with Tom Turpin, Bel Air Church Elder
December 8 > Topic: Our Sinful Flesh, with Rev. Mike Morgan
January 12 > Topic: Sin, with Rev. Dr. Drew Sams