Presbyterian Men

Presbyterian Men’s Association of the First Presbyterian Church of Albuquerque:

The men of FPC gather for breakfast, starting 8:00 am on the 2nd Saturday of the month, at the downtown Presbyterian Hospital’s Heritage Room next to the cafeteria.  The program runs from September through May and rotates speaker, spiritual and social topics during those nine months.  Get your breakfast and join us for food and fellowship.  A hiatus is taken in June and July, followed by a New Year kickoff with a potluck barbeque at Bataan Park on Lomas Blvd.  Women are welcome at all events!  (Please note that until further notice the location for breakfast is in the cafeteria, while the hospital completes its computerization process.)


FPC Men’s Weekday Meet:

Brothers in Christ of the First Presbyterian Church of Albuquerque join for breakfast, starting at 7:00 am on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.  The location is the Weck’s at 4500 Osuna.  After a time of devotion and prayer, it is ‘just fellowship’ over breakfast.  Other events generate from this gathering, as the men of FPC share their common interests and concerns, within the realm of Christ’s ministry.


First Presbyterian Men’s Spring Retreat:

Christian men get away, for a time filled with prayer, devotion, study, mission, fellowship and good eats.  The retreat commences at on a Friday and adjourns after a post-worship breakfast on Sunday.  Notification is provided in mid-winter by Bulletin, Messenger, postcard, and this website.  We retreat:

• To share and spread the Good News of Jesus Christ
• To strengthen men’s relationship with God
• To involve men more in our church and its many activities
• To create and sustain a place for men in the our church
• To further define men’s role with Christ
• To strengthen men’s role within the family
• To identify common interest among the men of our church
• To develop stronger bonds with men in our church
• To encourage more men to come to church
• To help grow our church and the ministry of Jesus Christ in our world