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Online Discipleship

Discipleship AT FPC 

See information below on our most recent discipleship journey, Rediscovering Church, as well as resources from previous journeys through the Bible including, Cover to Cover in 100 days, and our summer school video discussions on Growing in Times of Exile. Also find daily meditation podcast resources from our recent sermon series on the Clash of Kingdoms, a prayer collection, Liturgies for Elevating the Ordinary, and methods for connecting in community below.  


Rediscovering Church

During our fall sermon series, Rediscovering Churchwe'll be providing weekly Small Group discussion guides, and continuing to send out Daily Encouragement Emails from fellow FPC covenant partners. We are also adding a new spiritual formation tool: a reflection guide for five days of the week for each of the ten weeks of the series. This will help us to reflect on the entire book of Ephesians, moving beyond simply reading it, but really slowing down to dwell in the Scripture, pray through it, and apply the text to our lives as we learn about our identities in Christ as those called together to be His body. If you would like to join a small group to discuss the sermons or if you have any other questions about this series, please email Catie Smith (csmith@fpchouston.org), Director of Discipleship.

Check out the Rediscovering Church resource page to find all of these reources.


Building Relationships for the Gospel: Skills & Learning Group



August Discipleship Journey: Growing in Times of Exile

Join us in August for a 5-week Discipleship series. Dr. Jim Singleton, Associate Professor of Pastoral Leadership and Evangelism at Gordon-Conwell, will provide a series of thought-provoking talks based on the Bible to help us grapple with the theme of change. Dr. Singleton was originally scheduled to be our Mo-Ranch speaker this year, and we are thrilled that he is still going to be resourcing our church with a series of talks and discussion questions to stimulate our thinking and prepare our hearts to adapt to these tumultuous times.

More information & Registration



How To Pray

Ever Wonder "How to Pray"? Join us for a new eight week series based on the
Alpha prayer method. "How to Pray" will meet weekly to watch a video, discuss, and pray together. 

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Musical Meditations for Prayer & Reflection

Enjoy a time of self-guided meditation, reflection, and prayer with the beautiful
sounds of our organ accompanied by photos of the FPC campus.

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Liturgies for Elevating the Ordinary

View a list of short prayers to guide us in calling upon God through the daily challenges or
mundane activities we experience 
throughout our days during this season.

liturgies for daily activities 



Cover to Cover in 100 Days with Pastor Andrew

In this season of disruption and uncertainty, we are taking on a new opportunity to grow in faith and hope. We are journeying through the grand narrative of scripture by reading the Bible from Cover to Cover in 100 days. Guided by weekly Sunday check-ins with Pastor Andrew Stepp, registrants will choose between a full or lighter reading plan and then walk through the 100 days, reading daily and meeting once weekly with a breakout group for 30-45 minutes. Our journey ends in August, but reading plans and resources will still be available to all for personal use.


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Small Groups

We hope you will join one of our many small groups throughout Houston as they meet virtually to study God's word, pray together, and encourage one another through the many new rhythms we are each practicing. To learn about existing groups or to start a new small group, please contact Catie Smith.

Sunday School

In this time of physical disconnectedness, the primary needs people are experiencing are comfort, community, and connection. Please reach out to those in your Sunday school communities to check on one another as we seek to evolve how we offer Sunday schools digitally.

Discipleship Groups

Are you feeling isolated? Disconnected? In need of prayer, encouragement, and deep conversation? If so, we hope you will consider being part of a Discipleship Group. D-Groups are gender-specific groups of 3-4 people who commit to meet regularly to support, encourage, and offer accountability to one another. If you are interested in learning more about D-Groups, please contact Catie Smith.