September 7, 2018
Small groups are modeled after the practices of Jesus, who ate, studied and prayed with others. These groups meet throughout the week in homes and at the church. Covenant Groups are specifically for young adults (ages 20-40) and meet on a schedule determined by the individual groups.
Covenant Groups – FPC young adults (anyone 40 or younger!) are invited to be part of a small group of 8-12 people who will learn and grow together. Groups will meet at least once a month on a mutually agreed upon schedule and will study various books. Being part of a Covenant Group involves making an initial commitment of one semester (September-December) with the opportunity to re-up in January. If you have any questions or would like to be part of one of these groups, contact Tanya Gaspar.
Bible and Beverage – Join the Reverend Pen Peery and other FPC men for discussion and fellowship to deepen the faith of and the connection among men of all ages. (Second Tuesdays, 8-9:30 p.m., usually at Resident Culture Brewing Company, 2101 Central Avenue.)
Tuesday Morning Bible Study – This group engages in deep, critical thinking as it seeks to know God and God’s revelation in Jesus Christ. Units include scriptural study, theology, ethics, and spirituality. Contact Garrell Keesler. (Tuesdays, S203, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m.)
Bad Girls of the Bible Study Group – Led by the Reverend Katherine Kerr, the group studies the less honorable women in the Bible to learn from their lives. (Fourth Wednesday except December 19 and 26, 12:30-1:30 p.m.)
Thursday Morning Men’s Bible Study – This group of faithful men gathers to study God’s word and build and strengthen relationships. Leadership comes from within the group, and all variety of ideas are honored and respected. New participants are always welcome. Contact Chuck Williamson. (Thursdays, Frances Browne Dining Room, 7-8 a.m.; breakfast served every second Thursday.)
Thursday Women’s Bible Study (ThuMBS) – Studying various books together, this group develops a deepened connection to God and builds bonds of friendship and mutual support with one another. Led by the Reverend Katherine Kerr. (Thursdays, Pattie Cole Room, 9:30-11 am)
For additional information about small groups for adults, contact Garrell Keesler, Director of Adult Formation.
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