Caliber is a community where men are united together and can grow in their faith and grow in their roles within their families, their work, their church and throughout their community. Caliber is the new Men’s group at Custer Road UMC. It’s an umbrella group that encompasses all other men’s groups and is for college guys, dads, husbands, empty-nesters, young professionals and retirees. It’s for ALL Custer Road Men! Caliber will get you connected to other men in ways that are fun and impactful. Together we will lead, serve and follow to push each other to be the highest caliber of men we can.
Join other Custer Road Dads for fellowship and learning!
CRUMC Dads is a group of dads meeting periodically for study and other events in an effort to become stronger fathers, husbands, and men within an atmosphere of encouragement and relationship.
Keep checking here for current studies and other CRUMC Dads related events.
UMM Events and Meetings:
Become involved! UMM membership is open to all men of the church and community, regardless of their church membership.
The Men God Uses Bible Study
Fridays, 6:45–7:45 a.m., in Room 204, Led by: Dennis Allen
The Men God Uses is a Bible Study for men sponsored by UMM. This study led by Dennis Allen meets weekly on Friday mornings at 6:45 a.m. This ongoing men’s group strives through scripture and discussion to help men understand and hopefully overcome some of life’s bigger challenges. They do this through the study of God’s Word as well as personal witness, testimony and structured supportive discussion.
New Commandment Men’s Ministry deploys teams of men that adopt the widowed, single parents and others with long-term needs in our church. Men gather on the second Saturday of the month for prayer and Bible study and then go to serve doing basic household jobs in the home of their care receiver. Click here to learn more about New Commandment Men’s Ministry.
Other Events for Men:
Plain-O Helpers is a Christian based handyman program of seniors helping other seniors in the City of Plano with minor home maintenance and repairs.
Plain-O Helpers targets seniors, age 55 and older, and handicapped clients residing in the city of Plano or the Plano Independent School District as well as all members of sponsoring churches who live outside the normal service area who need help with safety issues. The program provides maintenance and repair services for the home, with a key focus on safety issues.
Learn more at plain-o-helpers.org