For the purpose of Bible study, personal growth and fellowship, FPC offers Sunday School classes for all ages, from 9:00 a.m. until 9:50 a.m. The new year of classes will begin September 8, 2019. A nursery is offered for infants.
At First Presbyterian Church, we believe that growing as disciples is a life-long process. As we study God's Word, God can continue to transform us. In addition to our Sunday morning worship services, we hope you will join us for one of our Sunday School classes offered for people of all ages. We hope you will join us for this time of fellowship and learning!
Sunday School classes are offered for all ages, from 9:00 a.m. until 9:50 a.m. each Sunday. A nursery is offered for infants. Children's classes are grouped as follows: Pre-K & K class; Elementary Class & Middle & High Class. One adult class focuses on subjects ranging from books in the Bible to various life application studies. The other adult class, Susan Borden Discussion class studies the "Present Word."
Birth to 12 months Nursery: Room 104
12 to 36 months Toddler-2: Room 102
Pre-K to 1 Room 205 Curriculum: Growing in Grace & Gratitude
Second - Fifth Grades Room 207 Study: 100 Things Every Child should know before Confirmation
Attention Parents: No children younger than 4th grade will be released from their classes without a parent coming to get them. Please pick up your children promptly so that their teachers can get to worship on time. Thanks for your help in making Sunday mornings go smoothly!
Middle & High Class
6 through 12 Youth Room Study: Echo The Story
Young Adult Class Second Floor Study: Feasting on the Word: Young Adults
Adult Class Library Study: The Letter of Paul to the Romans
Susan Borden Discussion Class Current Study: The Present Word Room 100 (conference hall, first floor)
Newcomer's Workshop Next Class: TBD
The Newcomer's class usually meets once or twice a year for a 2-3 hour class. The class is designed to introduce the basics of faith, a short overview of the Bible, what Presbyterians believe and the opportunities for service, Christian Education and worship at our Church. The evangelism committee usually contacts visitors (potential members of our Church) to attend the class. If you have been visiting with us and are interested in becoming a member of our Family of Faith, or would like more information concerning the PCUSA, join us at the workshops throughout the year. All are welcome.
Library Room 103
The mission of the library is to provide uniquely Christian resources for our family of faith to seek the Word, understand the Word, and spread the Word of God's grace in Jesus Christ.