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Men’s Ministry

Our desire is to maximize the life that God has given to us by living for His glory in every area of our lives.  We strive to ensure that every man is discipled and is discipling another.  We meet in several settings throughout the week where we study God’s Word and provide accountability for each other. Throughout the year, we also have large events such as breakfasts, golf tournaments, worship nights and service projects impacting those who are in both our church family and in the surrounding community.

The MACC Men’s Ministry meets upstairs in the Blue Room at 7:00pm.




Men’s Bible Study

Men, every Wednesday evening the Men of MACC join together for food, fellowship, worship, Bible Study, and small groups. We meet upstairs in the Blue Room at 7:00pm.

We call ourselves the King’s Men as we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus.  You can join us at anytime. No prerequisites – just show up and become part of what God is doing at MACC.

We do post every week on our MACC Facebook site and by group email prior to Wednesday what the agenda is and there are occasions where we may not meet because we have a break or are doing another group activity on or off campus.

You can always call Craig Corbin @ 301 254-2179 or email him at if you want to find out more. Come on and join us.  We look forward to meeting you.

spiritual discipleship

Men’s Discipleship

The initial call of Christ to the men with whom He planned to associate in His purpose of world evangelization was a call to discipleship.  As Jesus walked beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen.  “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will make you fishers of men.” (Mark 1:16-17)  Spiritual Discipleship, J. Oswald Sanders, p.7

What are the Principles of Following Christ that every Believer should know and apply?  Our one-on-one Discipleship curriculum take you through the primary biblical teachings of what it means to be a ‘learner’ of Jesus.  Let us connect you with another guy who has completed this journey and let him share with you what was shared with him.  Not sure you fully have committed to Christ?  Take the journey and discover what Jesus taught about following Him.


For More Information Contact:

Joshua Kraft,