The King’s Men
On Tuesday 28th February, 7.45pm for an 8.00pm prompt start, all men are invited to the church office for the showing of the excellent film – Deepwater Horizon which is based on the 2010 biggest oil disaster in U.S. history. Please let John Armistead or Terry Antoine know if you would like to come.
The King’s Men are a group of guys who meet socially from time to time, not only to enjoy each other’s company but to engage in a wide variety of interesting activities.
The goal is the building and developing of friendships, not only among ourselves as part of The King’s Church Chesham, but especially with other men with whom we come into contact in our daily lives. The hope is that out of these friendships, there will be opportunities for encouragement and support as well as being able to share something of what God has done in our own lives and the difference he has made.
Men appreciate a shared sense of purpose, a common aim, even if it is just a bit of competitive fun; it helps overcome that unease that blokes seem to feel when just standing there and feeling we ought to have a worthwhile conversation, but don’t really have the knack of doing it. These are informal and relaxing times when we can be ourselves and have fun together. We enjoy camaraderie and friendly banter, and laughter plays a big part on these occasions.
To give you some idea of what we do, here are a few of the activities: archery, tenpin bowling, clay pigeon shooting, pitch & putt, wine tasting, snooker, badminton and the ever popular BBQs, even sharing a full English breakfast before listening to a challenging speaker; and there’s so much more.
Anyone age 16 and over is more than welcome to join us!