discipleship

Learning to follow God is a lifelong process and at FPC we have lots of ways for you to grow:

Our Children's Choir rehearse just before Sunday School at 9:45am in the choir room and they sing on the 4th Sunday of each month.

We have Sunday School classes for every age group Sunday Morning at 10:00 am, with classes for children in the education wing, youth in the basement youth area, young adults in the education wing, and "established" adults in the parlor.

Join us most Tuesday evenings for Bible Study and discussion. We meet in a local restaurant (contact the church office for this week's location) and come at 6:30 if you would like to order dinner. Our study begins at 7:00pm. Topics vary and the conversation is lively.

 

Our Library

Our church maintains a library near the sanctuary with Bible study resources, videos, novels and Christian classics.  In addition, we have subscriptions to the Presbyterian Outlook weekly magazine, Christianity TodayFirst Things and Christian Leadership monthly magazines. 
Bible Gateway is an interactive Bible search engine for personal study, with 21 English language Bible translations and paraphrases as well as many foreign-language translations.  Searches can be made for a specific passage, or by a keyword or topic.  Commentaries and other study tools are linked to this site.
Biblos.com Has parallel Bible versions, including Greek and Hebrew resources, timelines, concordances and dictionaries
http://scripturetext.com/
The Text this Week follows the assigned lectionary texts and maintains an extensive log of links to scriptures, movies, art, children’s sermons, bulletins, group lessons, periodicals and published sermons, as well as church websites.

Book of Confessions http://www.pcusa.org/resource/book-confessions/ 

Book of Order http://oga.pcusa.org/site_media/media/uploads/oga/pdf/2014-annotated-boo-with-cont&ind.pdf

Study Catechisms http://gamc.pcusa.org/ministries/theologyandworship/catechism/
 

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