On-Going Meetings

Menstuff® lists here a description of various on-going group and council meetings. See a larger list of Men's Councils. Get out of the box!

Legend: This lists local groups that usually happen on the same day every week or month. They are listed alphabetically by title. We have included the state code where they generally hold their events and sometimes the day of the month, though these may not be current. If you find something that interests you, contact the organization directly for their current schedule and meeting location.

Weekly/Monthly Meetings



Attachment, Trauma and the Body, Presenters Bessel van der Kolk MD and Janina Fisher PhD. Sponsored by The Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute. Information here (1/26-27/09)




On Common Ground. Pathways meetings make men's soul work available in New York City and at low cost. We believe we men are always doing Soul Work every minute of life. We only have two choices: to know it and live it well or not to know it and do it hit or miss. We follow a very gentle ritual where every man is essentially invited to experience himself, his own pathway to growth. These meetings are always there, same time, same place, every other Tuesday (starting Mar 14 - except July 4). You can count of it. Meetings are often fun and are a great way to discover real friends in the Village of Brothers - a great group of men. Come join us. All men welcome. Peer Lead. 7-9pm Cost $5. Doors locked at 7:15p. 939 Eight Ave (bn 55th & 56) Studio 4A Rind Bell 307 to enter. Take elevator to Fourth Floor, Studio 4A. New York johnguarn@aol.com or 212.265.0584


Dads' Connection, a monthly meeting to share a father's perspective on parenting and to hear from experts who can help us with issues and concerns of fatherhood. We'd also like to connect dads with special concerns (single, non-custodial, stay-at-home, fathers with children with disabilities, etc.) with other dads who share their challenges. Bill Haigwood, California Parenting Institutue, Santa Rosa, 707.585.6108 (4/99)

Denver Men's Council - 1935 Locust St, (80220) - Monthly meetings. 2nd Sunday evening. To get on mailing list: 303.757.3352 (2/00)

Durham/Orange Men's Council 1st Thu. Topic: TBA. Pilgrim United Church of Christ, 3011Academy Road, Durham, NC. 7:30-9pm 919.933.8353 (2/00)









Indiana Men's Council, meets 2nd Friday each month at 7:30-10P $1 room rent, at Church of the Savior United Methodist Church, 5400 E 62nd St, Indianapolis. The IMC is a casual gathering of men in a supportive, friendly environment. We meet monthly to listen to each other's thoughts, insights and experiences as men. We invited you to celebrate the male spirit with us. www.themenscenter.com/IMC or Vic Davis at vsadavis@iserve.net or 317-767-5980 (4/00)






LGBT Parents, 1st Sat.. This is a great chance to get some tips for LGBT parents. Lesbian Gay Bi Transgender Queer Parent Discussion Groups. W&M  10:30am-12:30pm. Pacific Center, 2712 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley. Child care is provided. Wheelchair accessibility and ASL interpreters with advance notice. Please RSVP to Anna at familyprogram@yahoo.com or 415.789.8560 (2/00)


Man2Man Tantra for Gay/Bi Men, John Bellamy, teaching gay and bisexual men the art of Tantric Sexuality. Hamilton Hall, Dorset, England. Phone 01202-399227 or www.hamiltonhall.info/massage.htm or gaymen@btconnect.com £250 residential

Men in the Mirror, 1st Thu. We will be addressing those things in our lives that keep us from being the Christ-like beings we are meant to be. We will read. We will discuss. We will challenge and we will be rewarded with a new understanding of ourselves and our situation in life at this time. The Church Within, 5226 W 79th St., Indianapolis, 317.872.3827 or office@thechurchwithin.org or www.thechurchwithin.org (2/00)

Men of Today Breakfast Meeting, Rev. Jim Lee. The Men of Today is a group devoted to spiritual enlightenment and healing of men, and community service. We are affiliated with the Church of Today, a Unity Church in Warren, Michigan. We are currently involved in a six-month study program based on David Deida's "The Way of The Superior Man". Join this powerful men's group for a spiritual visit with your soul. Our $10.Church of Today, Warren, MI 248.895.0650 or bwuest13@home.com or www.menoftoday.com (2/10/01 with monthly breakfast meetings held on the second Saturday of each month. 9A-12M)

Men’s Introduction to Massage Techniques, Chris Boothby, is an intensive weekend class. It is not a couples class, but male/male couples are welcome to attend. This is an opportunity to learn new skills or enhance your skills for giving nurturing touch to friends, a partner or family. This will be a hands-on class beginning with our first session. This class addresses those skills that would be needed for a complete 60 min. massage session for whole body relaxation and healing. 9AM to 5:30PM each day. Portland, OR. Cost of class is $180. A non-refundable deposit of $90 is due at registration to hold your space. Balance of $90 is due at first class. 503- 201-8126, or email or mbsmassage.net/class.htm (9/17-18/11)


New Orleans Men's Center - 2nd Sat 1p at Parker Memorial Church, Perrier & Nashville Sts and 4th Fri 7p at Grace LutheranChurch, Canal Blvd. & I-610. This information can be found on our Monthly Online Newsletter at www.expage.com/page/nomc98 NOMC is an organization of Men dedicated to developing generative masculinity through personal soul work, education and dialogue with other men. NOMC also offers semi-annual weekend retreats (Apr and Dec) and periodic public lectures and/or workshops which explore the Mythopoetic, cultural and social dimensions of masculinity. $25 annual dues. George Montero 504.737.8841 or nomc2@webtv.net or www.expage.com/page/nomc (4/00)








RMC Leadership Council Meeting, 1st Thu.. The Leadership Council meets the at the Raleigh Men's Center, 723 W. Johnson St., Raleigh, NC.7-9pm If you have agenda items you would like the Council to address, please contact Frederick Whitmeyer, (Leadership Council President) at: whitmeyer@mindspring.com. (2/00)

RMC Monthly Meeting, 3rd Thu, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church located at 1801 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC. 7:30-9pm. For more information, contact Doug Jennette at 919.832.6071. All men welcome! Discussion Topic: TBA. (2/00)


Sage Men's Circle, free weekly meetings, usually Wednesday, 6-8pm. Minimum 12 sessions . We also offer free consultation services on setting up local men's groups and we maintain a very large "Sweat Lodge", in Wide Hollow, which is available to interested parties free of charge. It is protected from the elements, and is used year round. Both men and women's groups are currently using the lodge. Tom Utterback - Yakima at 509.573.3309 or sagemenscircle@yahoo.com or www.sagemenscircle.org (4/00)

Sensuous Touch for Gay/Bi Men, John Bellamy, teaching gay and bisexual men the art of sensuous touch that is non sexual and allows an inner healing once you allow your ability to touch, and to being touched, to move beyond sex. Opening your mind and body to an awareness deeper and more life changing than experienced before. Monthly. Hamilton Hall, Dorset, England. Phone 01202-399227 or www.hamiltonhall.info/massage.htm or gaymen@btconnect.com £250 residential

Stay-at-Home Dads, Cincinnati is for the Full time Fathers and their children. The group currently consists of 23 full time dads. Meet twice weekly for children to play and offer each other support, advice and of course, friendship. Also meet once a month (Dads only) for a 'Dads Night Out' Usually Mondays and Thursdays. See website for more information. Tim Nabors, 513.248.8596 or Cincinnatidads@aol.com or http://members.tripod.com/cincidads/


The Place. An invitation to all men every Wednesday. Topics covered deal with real life issues and the exchanging of personal experiences. Summit, NJ Calvary Parish House, 31 Woodland Ave, www.omniarts.com/theplace or theplace@omniarts.com (2/00)


The Unacknowledged: Male Survivors, Patrick Meyer. Held on the 2nd Friday of every month at 7p, these community events offer an opportunity to learn and grow as well as to be in fellowship with other survivors and their supporters. Free. Snacks and beverages provided. W&M  Survivors Healing Center, Santa Cruz , CA. 831.423.7601 or shc@cruzio.com (2/00)

Undersanding & Treating the Male Psyche, Dr. Robert Moore. A Free Workshop for Therapists, Counselors & Social Workers who Work with Men. Sponsored by The ManKind Project Chicago and the Chicago Center for Integrative Psychotherapy. The program will encompass the following: his reflections on the key personal challenges facing today’s man and how these affect his capacity to form and sustain creative and lasting relationships. Founder of the KING, WARRIOR, MAGICIAN, LOVER approach to understanding masculine potentials and pathology, he has co-authored a series of five major books on the four key potentials a man must learn to deploy if he is to become an optimally functioning person. See Dr. Moore’s website at robertmoore-phd.com for more information on his work. RSVP to Healingmen@aol.com to let us know if we can expect you. Or call 847.274.1197 for additional information. 1–3:30 pm, Kuempel Men’s Center, 1900 W. Fulton St., Chicago, Il (10/3/10)


Vallejo Single Men's Group. Napa Valley single men for dinner and fun activities. 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month we have dinner parties at different restaurants and then fun-oriented gatherings at Nobody's Place (the only gay bar in this area). We've seen a great response so far. We'll grow fast. If interested lelevet@aol.com or 707.747.2500








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