Men of Colonial

Bringing Men Together. Equipping them to become loving husbands, stronger fathers, and nurturing grandfathers who bring glory to God by doing His work.

Men in our society, including Christian men, are caught in a web when it comes to masculinity. They define themselves by what they do, who they know, and what they own. Studies show that most men over 30 do not have close friendships. If you are like most, you may often feel like a “Lone Ranger” when facing the challenges of being a father, a husband, and a man of integrity. Finding quality men you can “be real” with isn’t easy. If this is the case in your life, come be part of the men’s fellowship at Colonial, where every event and activity is designed to help you become the connected, spiritually mature man God intended for you to be.

Join a men’s group, check out our featured events for ways to get involved, and subscribe to our email list!


We exist to help men follow Jesus by:

Engaging and including the unconnected men in our church and communities.

Helping men grow biblically to the next level of intimacy with Christ and their families.

Involving men in smaller groups for prayer, study, accountability, outreach, and service.

Developing new Men’s Ministry leaders and equipping them for effective service.

Mentoring other men to provide them with tools for success in work, at home, with family, and the Church.

Growth & Fellowship Opportunities

Mentor partnerships provide one-on-one support systems for encouragement, accountability, and friendship.

Men’s breakfasts feature food and fellowship with guest speakers from our community and beyond.

Men’s retreats provide opportunities to form new friendships and learn life changing truths from God’s Word.

Weekly prayer and Bible study groups help us stay connected with like-minded men.

Men’s Annual Golf Tournament offers a time of fellowship and fun.

Men’s Annual Mountain Climb and the Annual Fishing Trips are unique opportunities to build relationships while experiencing the beauty of God’s creation.


Check out this testimony from recent guest speaker, Wayne Simien, KU basketball All American and former NBA player.