Men – Christ Church at Grove Farm


CCGF Ministry to Men exists to BUILD High-Impact Men (HIM) who stand together, submit to the authority of Scripture, and strive to fulfill their God-ordained roles of service and leadership in their families, the Church, and their communities. 

God’s Word stands firm throughout the centuries.

1 Corinthians 16:13 – 14 says, Be on your guard; Stand Firm in the faith; Be courageous; Be strong. Do everything in love.

This is the Bible’s definition of being a man and what he does. Be deliberate. Be intentional about growing in your faith. Be a leader, the leader you’ve dreamed that you can be. Take responsibility for your own spiritual growth and that of others.

men’s weekly bible studies

Iron sharpens iron as it hits together in the hands of the blacksmith. Brothers, we need to be molded and shaped together by our Master Craftsman, Father God. Be stronger godly husbands and fathers. Get in a group to hold you to growth in our Lord.  Proverbs 27:17 says, “As iron sharpens iron,
so, one person sharpens another.”  Sharpen a brother. Ask a brother to sharpen you!



Second Saturday of each month. 8:00 am – 10:00 am in the Barn
Over the years we have had incredible speakers. Men of God from around the Pittsburgh region full of wisdom and grace have led the charge. Bring your son, a brother, a buddy, or just come.

Saturday, December 10th Breakfast will have Bill Stolze as our main speaker. In our current culture, it is essential that we know how to engage others and explain the gospel of Jesus Christ to them. Bring your sons and come to this very powerful and easy explanation of how to share your faith. This is a system you can use today.

Bill is a member of CCGF married to Roni, has grown children and actively shares his home, his life and his faith regularly. He has worked in the Mortgage Industry, construction in homes and is currently employed in retail business.

Barry Mariana and Gary Swartz will be leading in a time of worship.


Questions? Contact Pastor Robby Grunwald at 

Free Outdoor Workout Sessions for details and updates
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F3 Free Outdoor Workout Sessions: Men OF ALL AGES. All levels.Rain or Shine! Bring gloves and towel. Rain/Shine. If you’re curious, check out this video:

Weekly Men’s Prayer Groups

Praying for Our men, Our families, Our church leadership and Our world. Tuesday mornings at 6:30 AM in front of the Sanctuary. Contact Dave Drab @ 724.650.5885 / or

Daily Readings

Men, we need to be courageous in the way we lead our families, engage in the workplace and in our community. A godly man delights in God’s Word. If you need a daily reading to follow, please check out the resources below. Yearly Bible reading schedule: Daily Bible devotions:



Monthly Men’s Breakfasts
Each month Men join together for breakfast, life stories and spiritual strengthening. For all men 10 years old and older. Breakfast is free.  [questions?]  “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” Proverbs 27: 17

Ministry to Widows
Join with others as we work together meeting the needs of approximately 75 widows at CCGF, repairing things, helping to find contractors, visiting with them, and letting them know that someone cares. Contact Robby Grunwald at for needs.

Weekly Men’s Bible Studies

Brave Men Bible Study
Friday mornings at 6:30 am in the Barn. Open to anyone! []

Tuesday Work Crew
Led by Ed Trosky [email Ed or call 412-741-4900, ext 124]
This group of retirees and otherwise available men meet each Tuesday from 9:00 am until Noon at CCGF to volunteer their time tackling a wide array of projects around the church and in the community. Electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and more. This is a great time of fellowship for these men, and they are always open to adding more guys to the group!

Led by Jim Britsch [email Jim]
Ushers provide positive leadership, direction, and information to all church attendees on Sunday mornings, in both Sanctuary and Third Services.

Lay Readers
Led by John Poister [email John]
John leads a group of men in reading scripture on Sunday mornings in our Sanctuary services.


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