Harbour Shores Men’s Ministry provides great opportunities for men to be taught God’s Word and to connect with and enjoy fellowship with other men. It is the prayer and desire of all who serve and lead in Men’s Ministry that each man at Harbour Shores would be like King David, a man after God’s own heart (1 Samuel 13:14).

Mission Statement
Prepare men for Christ-centered living.

Purpose Statement

  •  Challenge men to discipleship and encourage them to develop other men in a similar manner.
  •  Inspire men to live a pure life for Christ and to lead their families in a way that would be worthy of replication.
  •  Equip and motivate men in the church to personal soul winning and outreach by organizing and supporting activities for the church body and community.
  •  Create for men the opportunity to serve by challenging, training, and involving them in their gifted ministries.
  •  Provide masculine Christian fellowship while upholding the core values of Harbour Shores Church.

Planning Committee
If you have any questions concerning the Men’s Ministry at HSC, or would like to talk with any of the men, please feel free to contact any member of the team.  Contact information may be found in the HSC directory.

Men's Ministry Leadership Team

  • Aaron Askren
  • Rob Blair
  • Jerrod Burris
  • Bill Maki
  • Paul Marsh
  • Mark Voth 

On-going Events
Every Saturday morning from 7:30-8:30 a.m. there is a men’s Bible study in the home of Hank Caskey.

Triple-Cord Groups meet at their convenience. If you are interested in being part of a group, please contact a member of the Men's Ministry team.
If you take virtually every problem in America today, at the root of it you can find the failure of a man (e.g. 93% of prisoners are male and 85% of these come from fatherless homes).

Today there are approximately 113,000,000 men in America over the age of 15, 69,000,000 of which don't know Christ. Only 9,000,000 of these are active in discipleship. This would be the equivalent of 18 guys playing a baseball game where only 1 of them had ever even seen a game. It would be chaos. Chaos like what we see in our country today. – Man in the Mirror website