Webster Presbyterian Church
...that all may come to know Jesus Christ, to love Him, to serve Him, and to enjoy Him forever.



The PMF Steering Committee always welcomes additional members.  Meetings are on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Conference Room.  

Leadership is shared from month to month.  The group encourages men's fellowship activities and supports various mission projects throughout the year.  To learn more, contact one of the following persons:
  1. Tuesdays:  Morning Bible and book study 6:15 a.m. - 7:15 a.m. in the Memorial Room.
  2. Wednesdays:  Breakfast and Bible study 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. at Golden Boys Restaurant.




Men’s Retreat

Friday, May 18  -  6:00 – 9:00 pm

Saturday, May 19  -  8:30 am to 3:00 pm

Sign up in the Narthex on Sundays

The 2018 PMF Retreat, “Sunday into Monday,” focuses on ways to help us maintain throughout the entire week the neighborly love and other Christian values of which we are reminded during our Sunday worship experience.  This will be done through retreat teachings, discussions, and the study of scripture under the dynamic leadership of Rev. Michael Ware, pastor of Webster Baptist Church.  Like last year’s retreat led by Pastor Ware, PMF will be joined by men from Trinity Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, Church of God by Faith and Webster Baptist Church.  The $25 registration includes a Ben Hood fish fry dinner on Friday, lunch on Saturday, the retreat resource book The Economics of Neighborly Love by Pastor Tom Nelson, and a book outline prepared by PMF member Tony Hubbard which will be distributed at the retreat.  In addition to the food and teachings, the retreat will include a communion worship service, fellowship, singing and plenty of prayer.

Several participants offered these comments as to why the retreat is a “can’t miss, must attend” event:

 “The upcoming “Sunday into Monday” retreat promises to be one of the most unique, faith-growth experiences that I have encountered during my 43 years as a member of Webster Presbyterian Church.” (Fred Denson, PMF Steering Committee Member)

 “Thinking about not going?  You’ll miss Ben Hood’s famous Friday night FISH FRY.  On Saturday, leader Mike Ware (aka Rev. Dynamo) will take us outdoors doing something NEIGHBORLY in the City.  What’s that?  Come hungry, come neighborly.”  (Dick McNeary, Founding PMF Member)

 “I am looking forward to sharing a spiritually uplifting event and renewing acquaintances with my brothers of faith.”  (Roger Miller, Elder, Trinity Emmanuel Presbyterian Church)

 “Retreat provides a great opportunity to worship/reflect on His will for the men of the church, and our role as Brothers in Christ, no matter our differences.  Can’t do that in a vacuum, so you gotta come.”  (Jim Hoffman, PMF Chair)

 “In his book, author Nelson writes, ‘A primary work of the church is the church at work.’  I am excited about the retreat because it will help us to implement Sunday’s teachings throughout the whole week as well as provide us with new perspectives on how economics is a key tool in the ‘tool kit’ of Christian faith and healthy community building.”  (Tony Hubbard, preparer of the outline of the Nelson book and past PMF Chair)