The men at our Church get together for times of discipleship, fellowship, and service. We aim to help one another dig deeply into God’s Word, and then to live out the truths we discover there in every facet of life. The best way to get connected to other men in this ministry is to contact Pastor Julian Gibb.

Upcoming Events

Men’s Hiking Club | December 7th| See Details Below


Discipleship groups are small, either one on one or a few men meeting together. The safety of these small committed groups allow for greater degrees of honesty, intimacy, accountability, and spiritual engagement. Please contact Tom Reimers at


Men’s Night

Camelback’s “Men’s Night” has become synonymous with great fellowship, food, and time shared together in God’s Word. Join us as we dig into God’s word for answers to life’s toughest questions and challenge one another to action.

Stay tuned for upcoming Men’s Nights

Men’s Retreat

In October of every year, the men of Camelback step away from the business of life and refocus our minds and hearts through prayer, study of the Bible, and fellowship. We hope to encourage each other towards a deeper knowledge of God and a desire to live out of his intentions for men.

Stay tuned for our 2020 dates!

Men’s Hiking Club

Men, come join us on the first Saturday of each month as we set out to hike in the wilderness. Beautiful scenery, good exercise and great companionship.

Upcoming Hikes:

December 7 | Piestewa Peak | Phoenix

January 4th | Pinnacle Peak | Scottsdale

For more information or to sign up contact Mike at


The men at Camelback often get involved in church-wide workdays both to serve those in the body, and to reach out to our community. Get involved by serving in Local Outreach — you’re needed!

“But as for you, O man of God, flee these things. Pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, steadfastness, gentleness. Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called and about which you made the good confession in the presence of many witnesses.” – 1 Timothy 6:11-12