One thing that is clear from the Bible is that the Truth of God’s Word, when experienced in community, creates personal, communal and global change. The community piece to this puzzle is important to us, and it’s a piece that influences almost everything we do. Though we have multiple worship services, we intentionally seek many times throughout the year to gather all our people together for common worship or fellowship. We offer a common Sunday school hour so that folks from each service can gather to learn and fellowship together. And small groups flourish in many ways at FPC—during Lent, all of our groups study the same material together, but throughout the year, you’ll find groups meeting all over the city to fellowship, eat and study together. Some of these groups are based around ages and stages of life and others are intergenerational. And though many of our groups are directed through church programming, many others have grown more organically.
For more information about how you can take part in the community life of this church, contact Meagan Greene.