Fellowship & Ministry


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Group For

Men of PCOC


Jon Boomgaarden

Vice President
Jim Miller

Jim Chapin

Frank McMullen


Presbyterian Men is a fellowship and service group for all adult men who are members of Church of the Cross. Through service to the church and to the community, we enjoy fellowship as we seek to minister to others. We operate on a pay-as-we-go basis; therefore, participation and monetary contributions are optional.

Presbyterian Men’s Annual Storm Chasers Baseball Game

Are you ready for some baseball?!

What: Omaha Storm Chasers vs. St. Paul Saints
When: “Thirsty” Thursday – August 4 – 7:05 p.m. – Military Appreciation + Dollar Beer Night
Where: Werner Park
Why: For fellowship and fun! Why not, it’s baseball!
Cost: $10.00 per ticket – sign up & pay at the Information Desk in Narthex
Contact: Bruce Cramer 

Past Events

Salvation Army Bell Ringing - December 2018

Presbyterian Men Rang Bells for the Salvation Army’s Christmas on Saturday, December 15, at the 132nd & Dodge HyVee from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. We helped fill the buckets! Twenty-four cheerful volunteers accompanied by bells and even trumpets enjoyed a great day.

Shrimp Boil - November 2018

What a fantastic, successful event we had on Sunday evening, November 11, at the Presbyterian Men’s Shrimp Boil serving some 96 people diners! Everyone loved the delicious menu that Jim Miller created and thanks for his amazing organization skills. He also was an awesome chef! Everyone enjoyed large, succulent shrimp (a few had chicken cordon bleu), red potatoes, almond-laced beans, coleslaw, an Italian roll, and an assortment of pies for dessert prepared and served by 24 men of the church.

Betty Baddley created the entertainment with her on piano, with Bruce Lobaugh performing on clarinet, and a women’s vocal group while the audience joined in a sing-a-long. There were happy faces all around.

The profits from the event enabled Presbyterian Men to purchase180 packages of Luv’s diapers (4,860) which were donated to Heartland Hope Mission (HHM).