Adult Ministry

Sunday1 Open Bible  

MOPS & MOMSNEXT

This new group for mothers is being organized by Kerri Napoli. For more on the group, click here.

Questors G.I.F.T. Class The Wired Word  
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.
 The Wired Word Room 405 The class again has turned to the news headlines as the inspiration for the class. Members discuss the lastest news in a Christian light and how that can be applied to their daily lives. Led by Bill McFadyen.
 Fellowship Class The Chapel The class gave the indication that they would not be meeting this semester and members would join other classes.
 Covenant Class Room 416 Follows the Standard Lesson Quarterly. 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 gave the indication that they would not be meeting this semester and members would join other classes.
Dr. Mike Garrett Dr. Donna Fowler-Marchant
Tapestry 2.0 Nutrition & Spirituality
WEDNESDAY TOGETHER CLASSES  
     
 CLASS  ROOM  STUDIES
Dr. Mike Garrett Room 405 Called by God, Gifted for Ministry – Using Your Spiritual Gifts. The class for the start of the new year will focus on helping the individual decide how he or she can best use their skills and time to serve Christ.
Dr. Donna Fowler-Marchant Room 416 Are you interested in what other Christian denominations believe and why? Maybe you’ve wondered why the Orthodox churches have icons, or maybe you want to know what Pentecostals mean by “baptism in the Holy Spirit.” or why Baptists don’t practice infant baptism. If so, join us for Christianity’s Family Tree, a book-and-video study by the Rev. Adam Hamilton. In this study, we are introduced to 8 different Christian groups: Orthodoxy, Catholicism, Lutheranism, Presbyterianism, Anglicanism, Baptists, Pentecostalism, and Methodism. Sessions end February 27.
Tapestry 2.0/Kelly Sherrill Room 413 “David – Seeking a Heart Like His.” God will never give up on you. Explore how David’s life proves this promise to be true in this updated edition of Beth Moore’s bestselling study of David. In this examination of the “man after God’s own heart,” David will delight and disappoint you. You’ll want to be just like him at times and nothing like him at others. If you’ve ever experienced doubts, temptations, losses, family problems, or personal inconsistencies, this study is for you!.
Nutrition and Spirituality/ Renee Beringer Activity Room These three classes will start you on the way to learning everything you always wanted to know about nutrition and promoting wellness for a lifetime. This class ends just in time for Leslie DeSessa’s class that begins January 30.
A Lenten Prayer Journal in Color/Leslie DeSessa Activity Room Starts January 30. The class will focus on Lenten words, personal feelings, creating prayers, and increasing your inspiration and creativity through art.

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.

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

Phone: 910-483-0121, Fax: 910-483-3975
Established 1800