Wednesday Night

Wednesday night schedule

The schedule for Wednesday night:

5:15-6:00 p.m. -- Dinner in the Fellowship Hall
6:00-7:30 p.m.--Children's small group studies, gym time and music
6:15-7:30 p.m.--Women's, men's, youth, and co-ed small groups. 

Dinner 5:15-6:00 p.m.

Join us for Wednesday Night Dinner! Please register and pay online by Tuesday at noon!
Adult: $5
$20 family max
Margaritas Mexican Grill Menu: Taco Bar

FPC Kids

 Our mid-week program is designed to take children K4-6th graders deeper into God’s word and provide a time of community with other children from FPC. Each night will start off with dinner in the Fellowship Hall at 5:15pm followed by bible study, choir, and fun games. Nursery is provided for children 3 years old and under.  

This semester, FPC Kids will study Pilgrims Progress. 


 Our Youth Ministry exists for Youth....
-to Reach them with the Gospel of Jesus and His grace,
-to Equip them to serve the church and the world,
-to Disciple them in the truths of Jesus Christ and His Word, and
-to Send them out to their schools and workplaces, colleges and universities, and wherever God calls them to go as workers for His Kingdom and for the Glory of His Name.

All youth, junior and senior high meet upstairs in the Youth Lounge. Small groups are going through the book of Romans!
A typical Wednesday night looks like this: game --> singing --> small groups

Adult Small Groups

Men, Women, and Co-ed Groups meet from 6:15 - 7:30


A Women's Small Group option  will be studying Revelation.  All women will meet together immediately following dinner. The group will meet in the Ladies Sunday School Classroom and be led by Nan Pownall.  To register email  Nan!

For information on other Women's small groups, email Mary Anne!


Men will meet all together before breaking up into smaller groups for study and discussion. Because of the size of our church, you may feel like you only know and are known by a select few people. These small groups provide an avenue for cross generational friendship and discipleship through study and discussion of Scripture, helpful devotional and theological books, and other studies and topics of the Christian life. Contact Elliott Everitt for more information.  

Co-Ed Groups

Westminster Confession of Faith (Chapters 6-33)

Led by Chip Miller, this class is working it’s way through this nearly 400 year old confession. It has stood the test of time as a vibrant summary of what we believe the Bible principally teaches. If you want to learn more about the Reformed faith, or if you want to be reminded and grow in these doctrines, this class is for you. The class makes use of video commentary by John Gerstner, and Chip leads discussion.

How to Prepare and Deliver a Bible Lesson

This class is designed to help men and women prepare and deliver Bible lessons for various settings such as Sunday School classes, Women's groups, youth groups, and other large group settings. Participants will be trained in how to study a Biblical text, formulate an outline, develop helpful introductions and conclusions, make use illustrations, identify personal applications, and point the audience to Jesus. Additionally, each person will have the opportunity to prepare and deliver a lesson over the course of class. Taught by Justin Leslein

How to Study the Bible

Andy Gray will be beginning a new workshop study on Wednesdays nights at 6:15 beginning March 8th. Do you want to learn how to study the Bible? Do you want some tools to go deeper in your personal Bible study? Through this workshop we hope
to learn some tools for reading, understanding and meditating on God’s Word and practice them together. This
workshop will be a great aid for both your personal study and your participation in small group settings.
The class will meet in the Young Marrieds class on the first floor of Education building.