Invest this hour in your spiritual growth Sunday mornings. The Community Growth Ministry Team invites you to explore the August - December class offerings. We've worked hard to provide opportunities for you to connect with one another, with the Word of God and with what God is doing in our midst.
Focusing on the existing expectations among Jews at the end of the first century BC (just before Jesus was born), Dr. Brian Schultz will guide us as we survey Old Testament and intertestamental history around the “Long-Expected Messiah”. Less “devotional” in nature, this class will provide background to better understand the New Testament.
Note: Reformation Sunday October 29 we will meet in The Fellowship Hall.
At FPC, we believe church membership is an important step in a lifelong process of growing as a disciple of Jesus. Membership means participating in what God is doing among this community of faith: worshiping, growing, and serving others, all for God’s glory. This class is exploring membership at FPC, and the faith, purpose, and foundations of our church with Pastors Jeremy Vaccaro and Lana Roberts. Reformation Sunday October 29 Membership Class will meet in the Conference Room.
(Note: Also offered in a two-week format the afternoons of October 22 & 29 in The Commons. To register go to MyFPC/Registration Events or contact Ataloa in the church office.)
Ever wonder about the stained glass in the Sanctuary? As part of Reformation Sunday's 500 year anniversary celebration, H Spees will take all interested on a tour and history of our sanctuary stained glass.
Let's examine our Reformation History. With teacher Alan Reutter, we'll re-visit the beginnings of the Reformation and discover how historic events affect our faith today.
Take off your western cultural glasses and experience the teachings of Jesus through the eyes of his first-hand audience. Learn how culture influences biblical interpretation. Together we will dive into scriptures to discover the historical and cultural context in which they were written.
Join our cadre of retired Presbyterian pastors as they continue an in-depth study of the book of Matthew. Consisting of teaching, personal study, discussion and application of God’s Word. This class will be led by a different retired pastor each week. Bring your Bible and questions.
Christmas is coming! Bring your family and friends to study and learn about the advent of our Lord and Savior. Each week, we will incorporate multi-generational activities as we count down the days to Christmas.