Find a place to belong and build meaningful friendship with other guys through RH Men.

RH Men seeks to provide environments for men seeking to live the spiritual adventure of being transformed by Jesus. We weren’t created to do that alone.

Whether it is our quarterly breakfasts (awaken with bacon!), getaways or fun socials, you’ll be sure to build lasting relationships and a stronger faith.

Come join us!


Men’s Breakfast

Saturday, April 4 | 7:30-9:30 AM | $5  (Free for first time attendees)

You won’t want to miss our next Men’s Breakfast on Saturday, April 4. We’ll be joined by Blazer broadcaster Lamar Hurd. Lamar played basketball for OSU as a starting point guard, and is a former college basketball analyst for Fox Sports and the the Pac 12 Network. We’re so excited for him to be here and to tell his story. Mark your calendar and invite a friend!

Men’s Open Gym Basketball

Gentlemen, join us for our open gym basketball night. Invite your friends and come meet other guys, get some exercise and play ball. No registration required, just show up! Contact Wes Goode at allprowildlife@hotmail.com for more information.


Mar 06

Men’s Basketball Open Gym

March 6 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Mar 20

Men’s Basketball Open Gym

March 20 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Men’s Getaway

May 15-17, 2020 | Washington Family Ranch  |  $194/$169 early bird rate; expires April 15

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts.” Winston Churchill

Life takes courage, and the challenges that surround us as men can take a toll. Taking time occasionally to set everything down, focus on the Lord without distractions, and deepen our relationship with other men is a necessity, not a luxury. This year at our Men’s Getaway we are privileged to have as our speaker, Tim Rule, Executive Director of Aphesis Group Ministries, and author and developer of Untying the Knots of the Heart. Tim shatters the myth that to be strong is to look strong, and brings a message of hope. With a focus on our identity in Christ, we’ll go below the surface of our struggles and hardships and open our eyes to God as our strength in all things. What that means for us is living in a new way that is less about “holding on for dear life” and more about drawing on His strength so that we grow spiritually and stand strong in any storm that comes our way.

Freshmen and up are welcome; fathers/sons encouraged.


Listen to past RH Men’s teachings here!


Marty Brown

Discipleship & Men’s Pastor

Kate Schafroth

Executive Coordinator