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The Church, Then and Now

9:00am  | Married & Single | all ages | S 103

This lecture/video/discussion-style class focuses on church history, theology, and the practice of our faith.

Past studies have included Bonhoeffer’s “The Cost of Discipleship”, Bunyan’s  “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, and N. T. Wright’s “The Day the Revolution Began”.

Our smaller class size and open discussion promote strong friendships among the members. 

Potter's Clay

9:40am | Married & Single  |  all ages  | LC 269 **Due to construction, beginning in Sept., Potter's Clay will meet in CE 215

This class uses video-based studies to kick-off discussions on a variety of issues. Past series have included The Truth Project, an in-depth review of the Christian worldview, Echoes of the Reformation, an exploration of the truths (five solas) that came out of the Reformation, and Unshakeable, a Rick Warren narrated study on the Book of Daniel.


9:40am | Married & Single | all ages | Adult Library   

This fellowship seeks a deeper understanding of biblical and denominational principles and their application while promoting strong bonds of friendship and candid discussion. 

Special Topics

9:40am | Married & Single | all ages | FH 253 

Listen to lectures and join in discussions led by speakers from our church community on a broad range of subjects including theology, ethics, church history, and education.

This group desires to challenge those in pursuit of Christian intellectual stimulation. 


9:40am | Married & Single | all ages | FH 251 |

Contribute to lively group discussions designed to deepen faith and nurture a personal relationship with God through Bible study and prayer.

Class members share in fellowship and community outreach activities. 

Hot Topics

10:45am | Married & Single | all ages | FH 251 | 

This in-depth Bible study, in the context of Presbyterian and Reformed Christian thought, encourages class discussions exploring key issues of our faith and its significance. 

For more information about Sunday School classes or Equipping Seminars, please email Catie Smith at csmith@fpchouston.org.