adult education

FPC believes that our journeys as disciples are ones of constant growth. Education is a big part of the journey. 

We offer Christian Education programs that are engaging, thought-provoking, meet-you-where-you're-at

type of classes.

  • Adult Education Class

    Currently meeting is our 90 Days of Prayer (P90) program class Kneeling with Giants by Gary Neal Hansen on Sundays at 9 a.m. in the Hope Room.

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  • Wired Word Bible Study

    The Wired Word class brings scriptural lessons and discussion to life, and makes them more relevant to modern Christian living. It weaves current events with Bible studies, linking the latest headlines to appropriate scripture. The class is held every Monday at 9 a.m. in the Hope Room.

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  • Women's Bible Study

    Women's Bible Study Group meets on the first Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m. in the Hope Room. 

    The new fall program begins October 1, 2018. This group is centered around a new Horizons Women’s Bible study program, “God's Promise: I Am with You” 2018–2019 by Amy Poling Sutherlun. This promises to be another great program, including both Old and New Testament references. We expect to learn and grow together as we share and study this fascinating subject.

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  • Summer Soul-stice

    In 2012, First Presbyterian Church started a summer morning series that carried forward the success of several women’s retreats that had explored a variety of relationship issues. The new series, six bi-weekly sessions, was named Summer Soul-stice in recognition of the time of year and the influence of the place. Essential goals that have maintained over the years include leadership from an experienced resource person or persons and a relaxed, open atmosphere that encourages discussion and questions within an hour framework.

    The series begins the second Tuesday in June and ends in early August. It is free, open to anyone, and promises to stir curiosity, imagination, and exploration.  

    Fill out the 2018 Summer Soul-stice evaluation form here.

  • Yoga

    Yoga time is a time to slow down and allow yourself spiritual time for breathing, stretching, meditating, and praying together. A suggested donation of $5, but is not required. Classes are held every Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the Youth Annex.

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