"Short sermons, donuts, no singing and no women."
According to the Cornerstone Christian Fellowship church in Arizona, that's the makings of a Man Church!
"A service just for men."
While I'm certain the Arizona church has the best of intentions, I'm doubtful this effort will be highly successful in luring He-Men to church. While donuts are terrific bait, the absence of women seems prohibitive. The possibility that I would meet a young woman at church was the most important reason I attended services as a youth, followed distantly--and I mean distantly!-- by (a) I lived with my parents and they forced me to go, and (b) in pre-cable 1980s West Virginia, there was nothing better on TV.
In that order.
Of course, I may have felt different if the church I attended served donuts...