The Men’s Fellowship was started in 1989 to promote fellowship among men, help in the understanding of the Bible and to serve the Church and the community through evangelism and social concern. Members meet on the first and third Thursday evenings and for Bible Studies on the second and fourth Sunday mornings. Eminent scholars and experts are invited to discuss current issues and present a Christian perspective on national and ethical issues, ranging from ecology and politics to finance and gender.
The Men’s Fellowship have several social concern projects like the tutoring of the children from St. John’s Hostel, helping the Friend-in-need Home and feeding the poor. Regular retreats, workshops and special worship services are held.