Take a look at photos of our Here to Serve projects happening all around the FPC Campus.
Women’s Ministry at FPC is a grace-filled community of women from all seasons and walks of life. We share life’s joys and struggles in the context of how God is using every circumstance to mold us into Christ’s image. We would love for you to be a part of our community as we seek Christ and learn to serve and love God and each other well.
For information on any of our groups and events, you may contact Claire Berger.
Women of all ages and in all seasons of life are invited to join us as we study God’s Word together. This fall we are offering an in-person group as well as an online group.
Join women of all stages of life for a morning of study and fellowship at FPC. This fall the in-person group is studying Whisper by Mark Batterson. The online group is going through Jen Wilkin’s study on 1 Peter.
Join women of all stages of life for a morning of study and fellowship online. This fall we are going through Jen Wilkin’s study on 1 Peter.
First Place is an intergenerational community committed to supporting each other in our health and spiritual goals. We combine scripture study and current medical research to lead people to make successful health choices.
A mom’s job is to teach her children truth, especially the ultimate Truth we find in Jesus Christ. Join us this fall as we study Mama Bear Apologetics by Hillary Morgan Ferrer, to not only learn how to engage with culture, but to also be equipped to teach our children how to form their own biblical beliefs. Whether you are burping a newborn or cheering your kids on at soccer games, this book is applicable to you as a mama.
The women of Fellowship Circles invite you to join us as we meet monthly for fellowship, study, and service. This
year we are studying 1 and 2 Thessalonians: Living in the End Times by John Stott.
Join this community of women who love to read and encounter spirituality in everyday books.
October 26: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
November 30: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens