Journey Men

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The Alpharetta Methodist Journey Men is open to men of all ages. The Journey Men’s mission is helping men to become devoted followers of our Lord, Jesus Christ by:

  • Investing time and resources into the lives of other men.
  • Sharing faith in order to lead others into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Growing in faith with scheduled learning opportunities.
  • Serving our community and the world by helping those in need.
  • Building relationships with each other and with men in our church and community.

For more information about the AFUMC Journey Men:

Opioid Epidemic: Guiding and Protecting Our Children and Teens

Opioid Epidemic:

A Conversation with Alpharetta Public Safety Director Chief John Robison
about Guiding and Protecting our Children and Teens

Thursday, October 5
7:15-8 a.m.
Methodist Youth Center

154 people in Fulton County died of opioid-related misuse or abuse in 2016. Hear the staggering facts about the growing epidemic of opioid and heroin addiction in our community. Learn the signs to watch for, how to talk with your child, the legal consequences of drug abuse and what to do if your loved one is hooked on opioids or heroin.

A free presentation sponsored by the Journey Men. No RSVP is required. Bring a friend. Coffee and sausage biscuits will be provided.

Bible studies with Dr. Martin

Senior Pastor Dr. Don Martin leads short (3-4 week) Bible studies for men several times each year. Studies are held in the Methodist Youth Center Chapel on Thursdays mornings, 7:15-8 a.m. Coffee and sausage biscuits are provided.

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The Journey Men sponsor several activities each year to encourage relationship-building. Activities are fun –NCAA football parties, car shows, golf, bowling or trips to watch the Braves baseball – and food is always plentiful.

Save the date!

Journey Men Golf Outing

Saturday, November 4
Woodmont Golf and Country Club

More details are coming soon!


As local and regional mission needs arise, the Journey Men put their faith in action. Several times each year they serve in mission projects, support church ministries or help in the community.

  • Georgia 400 Adopt-a-Highway project
    The Journey Men have adopted a stretch of highway near the northbound on and off ramps at Georgia 400 and Old Milton Parkway through the Georgia Department of Transportation’s Adopt-a-Highway Program. Men gather several times a year to clean up the stretch of road and invite you to join this community project. If you’d like to help, contact Rick Krejci.
  • Kentucky mission trips
    The Journey Men travel to impoverished areas near Stearns, Kentucky, once or twice each year to help with construction projects. These weekend mission projects are usually scheduled in the spring and fall. To learn more about the Kentucky mission trips, contact Rick Krejci.
  • Local mission work
    The Journey Men help locally with rebuilding projects and yard debris removal at the homes of elderly and infirm members of the church or community as those needs arise.
  • Support for church events
    The Journey Men provide support to church-sponsored community events, like cooking the meal at a summer Wednesday Night Supper.