Men growing in faith and serving others.


Each Thursday morning during the school year, a multi-generational group of men gather for a delicious breakfast (seriously... it's worth waking up early for), fellowship and speakers who encourage attendees with scripture and stories of their individual journeys to Christ - and all before the work day begins! SONrise begins with breakfast starting at 6AM (coffee ready at 5:30AM) and ends around 7AM, with plenty of time to get to work. It's a fun, relaxed environment with the great benefit of spending time with other Christ-minded men. Join us in the worship room/fellowship hall area bright and early!


Over the summer SONrise members meet every other Thursday at a different breakfast location to catch up and chat with each other. If you would like to be notified of meeting locations during the summer, please contact


During the school year (August - May), SONrise meets weekly at 6AM starting with breakfast in the kitchen/FLC. Following breakfast, men gather to hear a message, testimony, or ministry update from a special speaker.


Men can be as involved as they like or their schedule allows! There are opportunities to join a breakfast cooking team, sign up for serving projects, help with setup/takedown, or join in corporate prayer. DUES: The regular SONrise season is split into quarters, and there are suggested quarterly dues of $50 (after you have attended several meetings, of course). This helps SONrise continue to provide great breakfast each week and support Getwell missions. If you're interested in diving in to be more involved with SONrise, please contact


Men's Studies

Wanting to plug into a study just for men? Getwell has a class just for you! Discuss issues in an environment where you can freely ask questions and get support from other men as we endeavor to become the men that God wants us to be. For questions or more info, send a message to and we will get you connected!


One of the primary goals of men’s ministry is to equip and support men to follow Jesus in their everyday lives, relationships, and responsibilities. One of the ways that we seek to do that is to foster one-on-one discipleship opportunities, or a mentoring connection. These connections are designed for at least one year of regular meetings to walk through God’s Word, pray, and explore God’s calling on us as men. Anyone interested in connecting with a mentor is encouraged to contact