Forming, equipping and sending disciples who make disciples.
Our adult discipleship ministry invites you to join us on a journey together as we are formed, equipped and sent as disciples who make disciples.
We want you to experience the beauty and magnificence of God in community. These groups will help you become aware of God’s constant presence, dive into scripture, develop spiritual practices, and share your transforming life with others.
We have groups for men and women; groups for singles and couples; groups that meet early in the morning and others that meet in the evening. Childcare for nursery age children is available.
To sign-up for a group or if you have any questions, contact Pastor Charlotte.
At FPC our goal is to form, equip, and send disciples who make disciples. This class that is designed to prepare you to live into this calling and lead others in disciple making. You will be introduced to spiritual practices and biblical perspective on being a disciple who makes disciples.
This Fall, starting August 21, we'll offer DTC on Sundays in the Community Room at 9:30 a.m. Nursery and children's ministry is available during this time. If you have questions or would like to register, please contact Pastor Charlotte.
For those people who prefer traditional Sunday School classes, the Compass Class will be meeting this fall on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. via Zoom. Contact KC Blackketter for more information.
Begins September 7
Wednesdays from Noon-1:00 p.m. | Chapel
(Lunch will be available in the Commons at 11:30.)
This study, developed by Kate Beal, is inspired by Robert Munger’s My Heart Christ’s Home, a spiritually challenging meditation on Christian discipleship. The participants will be led to imagine what it would be like to have Jesus come to the home of our hearts using the analogy of preparing a home to receive guests and live our lives.
Kate integrates her professional knowledge with her spiritual experience moving room to room, leading others to consider what Christ desires for us and how powerful the Holy Spirit can be when we make room in our hearts through which the Spirit can flow. The mission of the study is to focus on heart knowledge rather than head knowledge. Throughout the study, special guests will share their own heart stories using the focus room as a jumping off point for their testimony. The intent is to share how each of them nurture that part of their life for the Lord.
Lunch and nursery will be available. If you have questions, contact Pastor Charlotte.
We invite all men to participate in a Discipleship Group. And beginning Tuesday, August 30 at 11:30 in Lynn Hall, our new men's ministry will host monthly luncheons with speakers from our church and community. Cost is $10 for lunch. Check our events page for current schedule.
Contact Pastor Charlotte to learn how you can get plugged in.