Men of Grace

Accountability for Men & More

At Men of Grace, you will find men who are actively seeking after God’s purpose and power in their lives. Through various studies and groups, we equip men to discover who they are in becoming disciples of Jesus and how to launch themselves and each other into the kingdom.

Men's Opportunities 

Our men's groups meet at various times and locations. Click the drop down items below to learn more or signup. For questions, contact

146th Street Campus
Mondays, February 13 – March 27 at 7:00 p.m.  

Fishers Campus
Wednesdays, February 15 – March 29 at 6:00 a.m.

North Indy Offices
Wednesdays, February 15 – March 29 at 6:00 a.m.

Many men lack clarity about what it truly means to be a man. As a result, they end up disappointed with life and find themselves lonely and drifting. But, God has a clear purpose and vision for every man. This series defines God's vision of "Authentic Manhood" and you'll see that it’s not only clear, it’s inspiring and exciting and motivating. Each week, we'll jump into teaching followed by small group discussions. There is no cost or registration, so just show up. 

146th Street Campus
Mondays, March 6 – May 8 
7:00–9:00 p.m. in SME

Fight Club is the ultimate combination of challenge, accountability and camaraderie. During this 10-week journey, men are required to complete weekly challenges within the context of community and accountability. We are wired for a good challenge. Every week you will be challenged in 4 key ways. If you complete the challenges, you move on to the next week. If you miss a challenge it is a strike. After 3 strikes, you can try again next time. Make it through all 10 weeks and you graduate. You can only wear a Fight Club band or T-shirt if you earn it through the 10 week time frame. Are you up for the challenge?

146th Street Campus
Mondays, May 8-22 at 7:00 p.m. in SME
Wednesdays, May 10-24 at 6:00 a.m. in Room 111

Fishers Campus
Wednesdays, May 10-24 at 6:00 a.m. in Room 122

North Indy Offices
Wednesdays, May 10-24 at 6:00 a.m.

At Grace Church “We make disciples of Jesus and launch them into the mission of God.” This launch can take place both inside and beyond the walls of the church. Join us in this three-week series as we hear three men tell how God has launched them far beyond the walls of the church to serve the upcoming generations. Jeff Simmons with Edge Mentoring, Cal Burleson with RightFit, working in the IPS system and Brent Ehrman representing Westfield Youth Assistance will tell how God prepared, then directed them to either start or accept a key role in these organizations. We will learn that missions now takes on a whole new look. There is no need to register, just show up.
Watch past teaching

146th Street Campus
Mondays at 9:00 a.m. (Room 111)
Fridays at 6:30 a.m.

The Men's Bible Study meets on Mondays or Fridays at our 146th Street campus. This group offers you a chance to study God's Word, fellowship and help each other become true disciples of Jesus Christ. Through this Bible study, we endeavor to help you experience life with Jesus. No registration is needed, just show up!

Meeting at various times in homes, coffee shops, offices or onsite at Grace, there is a group for any man wanting to study the Bible and/or meet other men seeking to know and follow God. We encourage men to build into the lives of other men who are newer in their journey with God.
Join a Group

146th Street Campus
Sundays, January – May

The Men of Grace Basketball League meets on Sundays and games begin at 1:30 p.m. There are six teams (minimum of 7 per team and a maximum of 12) within three leagues: Competitive, Non-competitive A and Non-competitive B. Each team has a $500 fee (which includes jersey). View the list of league rules. If you have any questions, contact or 317.931.9759. Open Gym is year-around on Thursdays at 8:00 p.m.
Team Registration     Individual Registration

Conquest Bike Repair

Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.

While the riding season is over, it doesn't mean our work and enjoyment ends. Throughout the year, we need helping hands to repair bikes for many of our less fortunate friends in and around Indianapolis. We also assist in getting 125 children's bikes ready for our friends at Circle City Relief. We meet every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at 9170 E. 181st Street, Westfield, IN (Trade Winds Trucking Warehouse). If you have questions, contact

Conquest Bike Rides

Sundays at 1:30 p.m. (Starting in Spring)

Join other men on a weekly bike ride. We leave from Dillon Park at 1:00 p.m. every Sunday (starting in spring). This is a time for fellowship and exercise for men of all ages. No registration is needed, just show up. If you have questions or are in need of resources, contact

Retreats & Events

Unplugged Retreat

Fridays: March 24 & June 2

Unplug from the world and spend a day reconnecting with God through one of two tracks:

  1. The Unplugged Track. Led by Ron Stohler, Pastor of Adult Ministries & Discipleship, this track allows you to unplug from the world around you and spend a day reconnecting with God. This is a time to listen, reflect, rest and restore your soul. Register here.

  2. The Enneagram Track. Led by David Bell, Pastor of Leadership Development, this track uses an assessment based on nine distinct personality types to help you discover your strengths, weaknesses, and how God wants you to use them in His kingdom work. David will take you through the Enneagram and be available for one-on-one consultation. You will first need to register for Unplugged, then take the Enneagram online and send your results to Beth Bertino prior to the retreat. 

Register for Unplugged