Men's Ministry at All Saints

The All Saints Men’s Ministry seeks to support men in our calling to be servant leaders in our workplaces, families, neighborhoods and the church. We build community through small groups, fellowship gatherings, service and prayer. We seek to know and worship God, and encourage each other to follow Jesus with courage and faith.

Men's Morning Study

Join the All Saints men for breakfast and Bible study led by the pastoral staff.

Beginning in the Spring, our Men's study will meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at the American Legion. Our first meeting will begin January 8th.


The American Legion, 404 Atlanta St.


2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month Jan 8 - May 28


6:30 - 7:30 AM


Email Craig Chapman


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Father-Son Campout

Friday January 11 - Sunday January 13

Join us at Linnet's Wings, a camp at Laity Lodge along the Frio River, for a weekend of quality time with our sons and each other in God's creation. The "campout" is actually in rustic (heated) cabins with bunk beds, so bring sleeping bags but leave tents at home.

Activities: Relaxing, retreating, reflecting while fishing, hiking, canoeing, playing soccer, sitting around a campfire... whatever rejuvenates your spirit.

Food: Main courses & water/coffee provided. Bring snacks and other drinks.

Cost: $30/adult, $20/child

RSVP required. Sign up here.

Questions? Contact Paul Pearson

Men's Small Groups at All Saints Presbyterian Church

Small Groups

Small Groups welcome anyone who would like to discover the Christian faith more, pursue Christian community, or grow spiritually while meeting regularly together. Such groups often enjoy food, praying for one another and the broader community, and growing in relationship with God while learning from his Word and how it applies to our lives. We encourage all of our church congregants to participate in such a small group as a means of practicing spiritual disciplines and for growth in grace.


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A TRIAD is a group of three men who commit to meet regularly over a year for encouragement and support. In a confidential setting, they celebrate victories and blessings while also sharing struggles, wounds, and trials. Together, TRIAD members rejoice and weep with their brothers in Christ (Rom 12.15). Each man encourages the other through faithful attendance, listening, prayer, and discrete, timely, life-giving words (Prov 18.21). The goal is true spiritual friendship, where each member is both appreciated as a unique person chosen by God, and spurred on to journey toward Christ (Rom 8.29), all while trusting the Holy Spirit to work out solutions in each man’s life. In a TRIAD you will experience God’s irresistible grace and unconditional love through each other as you are strengthened and perfected in Christ together.

You do not have to walk this life alone. If you are interested in joining a TRIAD or want to learn more, you must attend a class prior to starting a group.

The class will be offered at All Saints at 9:30 AM on December 16 in Room 439. Afterwards, your TRIAD will be assigned to you so you can begin in January.

For questions about TRIADS, please contact Josh Keller at 214.793.5146 or

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Below are just a few ways to serve - both in the community of All Saints and beyond. Not only for ourselves but so that we may serve others in the community and around the world. If you have a heart to serve or gifts that you are able to use within the church, please let us know.


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Rev. Craig Chapman

Associate Pastor - Men and 50+