Adult Christian Education

The understanding of God’s grace in our lives and the fellowship that occurs through this exploration is daily source of inspiration for many of us. At First Presbyterian Church, our members are active in this pursuit of understanding. We gather at 9:30 am on Sundays for studies and classes, and we have groups that meeting during the week for study and to spend time together.

Church School

Visit our Church School page for details on current studies in all Sunday classes.

During the summer our classes combine to participate in the following class options at 9:30 am on Sundays:

  • YMBC in Redhead Hall (Memorial 100): Our pastoral residents, Libby Boehne and Kevin Geurink, will lead class in June; in July and August, Sandie Gravett, religion professor at Appalachian State, will discuss Buddhism and Islam.
  • Seekers in the Vaughn Conference Room (Main 125, beneath Sanctuary): An in-depth study of the New Testament book Hebrews.
  • Faith Matters in Myers Loyalty Room (Smith 239): Richard Rohr's book Breathing Under Water in June; Faith and Fiction led by Neil Dunnavant in July.
  • Lessons from Our Pastors in the Garden Room (Smith 124) in June and July. Leaders include Sid Batts, Neil Dunnavant, Myles Fish, Aaron Ferry and David Partington (Dolly Jacobs is on Sabbatical this summer.)

 

Current Studies

Women's Conference at Montreat

We invite all women to join Montreat's Women's Conference Aug. 12-14. Contact Wendy Duncan for more information.

Adult Music Groups

First Presbyterian offers many musical opportunities for adults, including Chancel Choir, Rejoice! Ensemble, and two Handbell Choirs. Visit our music page for more information and to register.

Especially for young adults

UKirk Greensboro

UKirk Greensboro invites First Presbyterians to monthly worship, the first Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m. at the Holderness Presbyterian House, 409 S. Mendenhall St., near UNCG. UKirk connects young adults and college students with local congregations including ours. More information is available at ukirkgso.org.

Continuing Studies/Groups

Monday Morning GIFT (Growing in Faith Together)

This GIFT group is for women with preschool and elementary-age children. Child care is provided with a reservation. Join us at 9:15 am each Monday in Cannon's Solarium, Welcome Center.

Tuesday Evening GIFT (Growing in Faith Together)

This GIFT group is for women ages 20s-30s. It meets in members' homes. Contact Aimee Scotton at 854-7770.

Currie Library Book Clubs

Currie Library has two book clubs that meet monthly between September and May. One group meets on second Mondays (except December) at 10:30 a.m., and the other meets on second Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. Check back soon for our 2016-17 reading selections!

Presbyterian Women Luncheons

Second Monday of each month between September and May, noon in Mullin Life Center, featuring an engaging guest speaker. Contact Wendy Duncan, 478-4723 for more information about Presbyterian Women.

Presbyterian Women Circles

All women are invited to join a Presbyterian Women Circle. Circles meet at various times to accommodate as many people's schedules as possible. Contact Wendy Duncan, 478-4723 for more information about circles or check our calendar for this month's meetings.

Wednesday Morning Men’s Fellowship Group

On Wednesday mornings, a men’s group meets at 7:30 am in Blair Hagan (Memorial 100). Contact Wil Courter to learn more.

Community Service Group

These ladies meet for fellowship and a devotional while hand-crafting blankets, lap robes and more items that are distributed every year to people in need in our community and beyond, 10 am on Wednesdays in the Garden Room, Smith 124. Contact: B.J. Williams, 336-288-8601, Hannah Britt, 336-288-9289, or Nancy Jewson, Well-Spring coordinator, 336-288-0333.

Almanah Get-Together

Almanah, the newly organized group for widows at FPC, meets at a restaurant for lunch or dinner occasionally, so if you are looking for fun and fellowship, you are welcome to join us. Contact Becky Peters, becky_p@bellsouth.net, for information about upcoming events.