Adult Sunday School
Class Leader: Kenny Boaz
Meets in the Conference Room on Sunday mornings @ 9:30am.
Our Curriculum is designed not only to increase adults' knowledge of the Bible, but to seek its meaning for our own lives. This class seeks to dig deeply into the scriptures to find their original meaning. Then the class seeks application of the Word in today's complex world. Classes are informal with a discussion oriented format, that aim to stimulate thought and encourage class members to contribute their own thoughts and insights.
The Sunday After
Class Leader: Ken Bradshaw
Meets in the Library on Sunday mornings @ 9:30am.
This class discusses the scripture and sermon from the previous week. The class is a mix of all age groups. There is a time for sharing and fellowship along with a discussion of the scripture and application of the sermon to everyday life.
Class Leader: Jim Gearhart
Meets in the Faith in Film Classroom on Sunday mornings @ 9:30am.
This faith group is meeting as a book study. They are reading Sustaining Hope in an Unjust World: How to Keep Going When You Want to Give Up by FCC's own Timothy Charles Murphy, son of Michael and Brenda Murphy. Each week there is time for sharing, discussion and life application for each chapter. If you are interested in purchasing the book, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Leader: Gordon Bremenkampf and Allison Clark
Meets in the Parlor on Sundays @ 4:00pm.
This faith group is made up of a diverse group of people from within the church and community. They share articles and discuss current issues and conversations about racial inequality and ways that we can reach out to our community members and partners advocating for healing and wholeness for our world.
Christian Women's Fellowship (CWF)
Fannie Jones Group Leader: Kay Henry Patti Turok Group Leader: Judy Davenport
Fannie Jones Group meets on the second Wednesday of the month @ 7:00pm in the Church Parlor.
Patti Turok Group meets on the third Thursday of the month @ 6:00pm in various locations. Email Judy Davenport for more information.
God has called women to minister. There is great need in the world today. That need might be to know the love of God, it might be to feed and clothe others, or it might be to enable women to deepen their relationship with God. God is calling us to do ministry. The purpose of the CWF is to provide opportunities for spiritual growth, enrichment, education, and creative ministries to enable women to develop a sense of personal responsiblity for the whole mission of the Church.