Adult Ministry

 

Sunday1 Open Bible
Questors G.I.F.T. Class The Wired Word
Joint Sunday School Class

The three classes above will combine to study John Ortberg’s “All the Places to Go… How Will You Know?” and immerse themselves in the Open Doors campaign. This Bible study and video curriculum is designed to help open our eyes to the many open doors God sets before us throughout our lives. With a little encouragement we can walk through these doors, gain a deeper sense of our purpose, and grow closer to God. Please join us!

SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
 CLASS  ROOM  STUDIES
 Questors Class Room 203 The class considers the sermon and Scripture of the day. Led by Dr. Mike Garrett.
 G.I.F.T. Class Activity Room “Growing in Faith Together”: Bible study, discussion. With Herb Bryan.
 Parenting Class Room 209 This class is taking a break and may or may not return after Labor Day 2017.
 Wired Word Room 405 Scripture, commentary unravel the headlines of the day. Led by Bill McFadyen.
 Fellowship Class The Chapel Uniform Bible lesson. Class of energetic and caring Grand Adults age 50 and older.
 Covenant Class Room 416 Uniform Bible lesson. Class of caring singles and couples age 55 and older.
 Calvin Class Rankin Building Uniform Bible lesson. Men in fellowship, serving God & the community.
 Friendship Class Room 413 The class  begins a study of the “Life of the Apostles” – what were their backgrounds, families, challenges, service, and as much as can be uncovered about their remaining days. Study books are available.
Dr. Mike Garrett Dr. Mike Garrett (part 2)
Dr. Donna Fowler-Marchant
WEDNESDAY TOGETHER CLASSES
 CLASS  ROOM  STUDIES
Dr. Mike Garrett Activity Room & Room 405 For the first six weeks of Wednesday Together, Dr. Garrett will be leading an exploration of “All the Places to Go…” Beginning in November, the class will shift to Room 405 and take up “Christmas with Isaiah: Studying the Promise of the Messiah.”
Dr. Donna Fowler-Marchant Room 416 Donna’s Wednesday evening class will read Wrestling with Grace: A Spirituality for the Rough Edges of Daily Life by Robert Morris. Since the book is out of print, participants should get a copy for themselves this summer. The Goodreads website is a great place to shop for this book.
Tapestry 2.0/Kelly Sherrill Room 413 On hiatus.

Making Connections and Building Bridges…

To participate and go directly to the the questionnaire, click here.
Are you seeking…

…a chess opponent?  …a hiking pal? …a fishing buddy? …a cooking helper?

We’re connecting individuals and families with similar interests, to spend time together. Meet for dinner, share activities, and otherwise get to know each other better.

There is no age requirement or specific time commitment. Care will be taken in matching individuals and families.

If you have questions or interest in the program please contact the church at admin@firstprez.com! Click here to begin the questionnaire.

Oct
19
Thu
Grief Support Group @ Room 209
Oct 19 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

How do you understand grief when your heart is broken by the death of a loved one?
To survive and live forward, those who grieve must find answers. Beyond the Broken Heart is a support group for those who are grieving the death of a loved one and are in need of a community to share the loneliness of grief. Scriptural wisdom will be used to explore issues of grief and offer spiritual encouragement for a life of renewed hope and joy. The group will also offer some specific coping strategies to guide the way back to fullness of life. If you are grieving the death of a loved one, please join us on the journey through grief. Stephen Ministers will attend each meeting and they will be available for individual support. For information, contact John Campbell at jcampbell1346@aol.com.

Oct
22
Sun
Worship @ The Chapel
Oct 22 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Regular worship at 8:30 a.m. is in the First Church Chapel. Sometimes special events may move this service to the Sanctuary where more seating is available. Note that Communion is offered (generally) at this service during the first Sunday of every month.

Sunday School Classes @ Various classrooms
Oct 22 @ 9:45 am – 10:45 am

First Presbyterian Church offers nursery services and classes for every age group, from toddlers and teenagers to adults. For more on our classes, please click on the appropriate ministry sections at www.firstprez.com to see what’s available. The sections for Sunday School are:

Adult Ministry

Youth Ministry

Children’s Ministry

Sunday Session Meeting @ Parlor
Oct 22 @ 10:45 am – 11:00 am

The church elders meet on a weekly basis every Sunday morning.

Worship @ The Sanctuary
Oct 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Regular worship at 11 a.m. is in the First Church Sanctuary. Note that Communion is offered the first Sunday (generally) of the month four times a year in the Sanctuary at the 11 a.m. service.

Canticle Ringers @ Handbell Room
Oct 22 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

 

Grade 5 through Adult. This is a group for ringers of all ability levels who want to experience the joy of ringing handbells for worship. They prepare handbell processionals, hymn descants and bell repertoire to participate regularly in Worship Services and other programs

 

Women’s and High School Girls’ Ensemble @ Music Suite (Choir Room)
Oct 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

All women and high school girls are invited to join the SSA ensemble, which will lead worship once a month from October through April. Under the direction of Dr. Marcia Heirman Mervin.

Vander Haunted Trail Cancelled @ Activity Room
Oct 22 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

This trip has been cancelled. Regular CRAVE Sunday night on the 22nd.

Oct
23
Mon
Revelation Ringers @ Handbell Room 107
Oct 23 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

 

This is a group of handbell ringers who want more! These ringers will explore the art of ensemble handbell ringing. (Ensemble ringing requires fewer ringers than a regular handbell choir.) They will ring for Sunday Worship and other programs. Music reading ability and prior handbell experience is required.

 

David’s Mighty Men @ Activity Room
Oct 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Regular meeting of the Men’s Ministry.

 

 

 

 

 

WE WELCOME you to become a part of this great church in Fayetteville, North Carolina. If you are new to this community, or you do not have a church home, the doors of First Presbyterian Church are open. If you would like to have one of our pastors or staff people contact you concerning membership, you may call the church office (483-0121).

First Presbyterian Church
P.O. Box 569 (102 Ann St.), Fayetteville, NC, 28302

Phone: 910-483-0121, Fax: 910-483-3975
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