The mission of FWPC Men’s Ministry is to create a fellowship that trains and equips men to follow Jesus at home, church, work, and in our community.


B – Biblical/Reformed
R – Relational/Fun
O – Outward Focused
S – Serving the body/community


We encourage every man in the church to be involved in the lives of other men. We need real relationships for discipleship and growth. We need chances to share all the good and bad things in life with one another. We need prayer, and we need to pray for others.

We have found one of the best ways these things happen is in the context of small groups (5-10 men) that meet regularly – either weekly or bi-weekly – with one another. If you’re interested in joining a group like this, complete an interest form. Questions? Contact Chris Jordan.


Connect with a small group of men who want to go deeper to apply the sermon’s teaching to their daily lives in community. This group meets weekly to build relationships, discuss, and pray. If you are interested in joining, contact Dave Belden.


Corresponding with their wives’ Moms Groups, this group of fathers gathers monthly during the school year to build relationships, discuss a book relevant to Biblical fatherhood, and pray. If you are interested in learning more, contact Jack Norris.


Spring Breakfast Series
Saturday, January 14, 8:30 am
Saturday, February 18, 8:30 am
Saturday, March 18, 8:30 am

Men’s Spring Retreat
April 28-29, 2023 : RUF Campus Minister at UTA Nate Waddell will speak on
Our Identity in Christ


Make sure you’re always up to date by signing up for men’s ministry email updates on the home page.


Dave Belden, Galli Davis, Gary Fredricks, Chris Jordan, Jeff Martin, Tim Watt, and Jared York currently serve on the men’s ministry team. If you have ideas or questions about men’s programs or events, feel free to reach out to any of them. To learn more about FWPC Men’s Ministry and how you can get involved, contact Chris Jordan.

Join us to be challenged by thoughtful teaching from RUF ministers, connect and build friendships, and break bread together at FWPC.

January 14 – RUF Campus Minister at TCU Bradford Green on Biblical Identity and Social Media

February 18 – RUF Chief Organizational Development Officer Keith Berger on Biblical Identity and Work/Leisure/Retirement

March 18 – Andy Wood, Associate Pastor at Trinity Presbyterian and former RUF area coordinator, on Biblical Identity and Anthropology

Join us to discuss Jeff Haanen’s book An Uncommon Guide to Retirement Wednesdays at 6:30 a.m., or Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Both groups meet for 10 weeks in the Lecture Hall beginning January 25. This book is about gaining a reformed view of all stages of life. Don’t let the word retirement keep you from coming; PCA Pastor Jeff Haanen says the best time to think about retirement is when you are 18! The discussion between men at varying life stages will be invigorating.

We encourage you to get your book or ebook in advance and be prepared to discuss chapter 1 the first week. We will also have a few available for purchase at the initial discussion groups. Sign up Sunday morning on the Fellowship Hall table. Questions or want to sign up via digitally? Contact Chris Jordan by email or at 817-271-0150.

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