HICF’S Men Fellowship is one of the outreach arms of Hangzhou International Christian Fellowship. It was established on September 26th, 2009 by men who saw the need to create a forum whereby we can meet outside the church for a variety of issues or interests (ranging from: having meals together, games and sporting events, fishing, hiking, visitation, organizing public functions, praying and studying God’s Word.)
More about HICF Men Ministries
The majority of our members are from HICF but there are also some non- HICF attendees.
HICF’S Men’s Fellowship is open to all. Whether you are coming to live, or just passing through Hangzhou, we are happy if you can join us for one of our Saturday morning breakfast meetings.
We look forward to hearing from you. We welcome suggestions that will help us improve and achieve what God has for us to do while we are in this land.
To help recognize, develop and unleash God’s unique gifts/skills/talents in every man for the singular purpose of ministering God’s grace in its various forms for ourselves, the Church, the local community and the world at large. What we do:
- A. Meet to share our experiences,
- Members compile and share resources.
- Meet for out-door functions such as games, mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, and visiting landmark scenic spots.
- Share updates on government policies, international/local news and employment.
- Share testimonies, personal stories, pray, and study the Word of God.
- Support one another in various ways.
- Share riddles, jokes, ice breakers and have fun.
B. Mentor young men with Biblical benchmarks,
- Invite young men and women for meals, snacks, and visits to scenic parks.
- Attend sporting events together.
- Focus on knowing young men personally by, listening, helping, supporting, advising, as well as praying with them as the opportunity arises.
C. For the community
- Organize public functions, inviting both the locals and foreign expat community.
- Host adventure and health awareness programs on major illnesses affecting the community.
- Support community organizations and non government schools for the disabled – like Carnation School for Autistic Children.
A. Go beyond the borders of culture, background, race, education and social status.
B. Openly share our feelings and fears.
C. Talk about issues such as relationships, commitment, sexism, anger, competition, male role models, and fatherhood.
D. By God’s grace move men from:
– Being alone to connecting with God and to other men.
– Relational failure to success.
– Insecurity to security in Jesus Christ.
– Pretense to sincerity and honesty.
– Secrecy to openness and accountability to one another and God.
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