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Men's Groups at Stone Church
An OverviewThe men of Stone Church are involved in many mission, study and fellowship activities. Some have constructed homes for needy families in our state. Others organize events such as hunger walkathons, or study conferences. Still others enjoy fellowship in discussing a book many in their group have read. Some pilot small aircraft. In the past some have been amateur winemakers. This is just a partial list.
This page features activities currently taking place, where anyone wishing to join in is welcome, and where there is a group of Stone Church men participating. There is a twin emphasis here - on mission and on fellowship.
We encourage anyone who has a passion to gather friends in a new activity that's compatible with Stone Church values to make those wishes known by sending an email to the Stone Church Webmaster. Here is the link: . That will begin the process of getting your group recognized, so that church publicity resources, including the web site, can become available to list your activities and invite participation.
Men's Mission Work FellowshipThe Men's Mission Work Fellowship began while Art Mills was our pastor. Under the leadership of Leland Wong Stone Church men have travelled to several places in California to provide volunteer services in light construction. The trips planned in 2015 are:
Work Trip Photo AlbumsSeveral photo albums exist of previous trips. As examples, here are links to two from 2006:
Men's Book Group
DiscussionsFor stimulating discussions, good fellowship and tasty treats, you are welcome to join us for any of the following book group meetings:
Book Faire EventsWe occasionally organize Book Faire events. Here is information for 2015:
Recreational Flying and Fellowship ActivitiesAmong our Stone Church men are a number of general aviation pilots with their own airplanes. These pilots all have outstanding safety records and participate in continuing education and pilot safety seminars. We schedule occasional trips to air museums around the Bay Area for a fee that simply shares the pilot's out of pocket costs.
The photo here is of the group which flew to the Castle AFB museum in July 2007.
On Saturday Nov. 14, 2009 the Men's Group hosted and flew to an overnight wine tasting event in the Murphy's area. Bill Ribble and other pilots provided the air transportation.