NWHUMC Men's Ministry
The men’s ministry works to strengthen a man’s spiritual walk with God. Men of all ages are welcome to participate in the many activities offered throughout the year. Join us for the Men’s Breakfasts, Men’s Retreat, Free Steak Dinner and Bible Studies.
"ALL MEN IN BREAKFAST" SCOTT WRAY "INSIDE NASA"
UMM Quarterly "First Saturday" Breakfast
July 13, 2019 - NASA Aerospace Engineer Scott Wray gave us a behind-the-scenes peek at what it takes to train an astronaut to perform spacewalks outside the International Space Station. He currently serves as an International Space Station (ISS) Flight Control Room (FCR) certified Flight Controller, as well as Instructor, in the Extravehicular Activities (EVA) group.
Along with the EVA console team, Scott was honored at the 57th Annual Dr. Robert H. Goddard Memorial Dinner with the National Space Club's Eagle Manned Mission Award for successfully managing time-critical responses to system failures during US EVA 23. Scott and his wife, Ashley, and their 3-year-old daughter live in Houston where he works at the Johnson Space Center.
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Clothes Closet For Homeless Men
Central Presbyterian Church is at 8th and Brazos, which is three blocks away from A.R.C.H. Those in need are signed up at the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (A.R.C.H.), officially known as Front Steps (7th and Neches) and walk to Central Presbyterian Church. Homeless men can sign up for clothes once a month. On each visit, they can receive five items of clothing - one of each type (pants, shirts, t-shirts, socks, and underwear). Other items of clothing such as coats and caps are available depending on donations and handed out on an as-needed basis.
The Clothes Closet for Homeless Men is open Mondays (except holidays) from 9:00 AM until 11:30 AM, and has truly developed into a ministry. Each Monday is begun with a prayer prior to serving those in need. The prayer includes the words "God help us to see Christ in those we serve today and help us so they can see Christ in us".