We have a variety of Christian Education and fellowship groups designed for spiritual growth and connection with your faith community. Check out all of the opportunities below.

Sunday School

The Martha Hanson Class - Led by Larry Berrong

The Martha Hanson class is a Bible-based study using a text provided by the Presbyterian Church, USA. While the text provides a guide, the heart of the class is derived from student participation. We are always excited to welcome new participants. 

The Seekers Class  - Led by Ann Hall

This Group is currently using the The Wired Word for our study tool. This study takes a look at current events and passages from the Bible that are relevant in conversation regarding our world. This is a great group for discussion and learning how to live faith in light of Scripture as it intersects with real life events. Visitors are always welcome!!!       

The Inquirers (Adults) - Led by Debbie Long & Jeff Morgan

This class is about to embark on a study of the origins of God's people in the book of Genesis. The class is designed to study various books of the Bible or various faith-based books and thematic topics like women of the Bible, the Trinity, attributes of God, and Reformed Theology.Our goal is develop a deeper understanding of the word of God and our relationship to our Triune God. Visitors are always welcome and each lesson stands on its own, so you can visit at anytime.

Bible Study


Several years ago, we began a study of the Bible starting with Genesis, and have moved through Scripture often verse by verse, chapter by chapter. Some days we cover several chapters; other days, we don't even complete a chapter.  Every lesson is "stand-alone".

We've completed the Pentateuch (First 5 Books of the Old Testament), Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1st & 2nd Samuel, 1st & 2nd Kings, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, some of the Minor Prophets, Philippians, and a topical study on "Angels". We're currently comparing the 4 Gospels.

Join us on Tuesday mornings as go a bit deeper into God’s Word. 

We meet during the school year on Tuesdays @ 10:30 a.m. in the FPC conference room.

There's room at the table, so join us.  No reservation is needed. 

Fellowship Groups

Man Cave 
Thursdays from 10-11:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Conversation is free-ranging, including politics, sports, religion, and more. We strive to take the high-ground in our conversations.Coffee and sausage biscuits are provided. No reservation is needed.

Saints Alive
Singles and couples, generally 50 and older, we normally gather on the 3rd Tuesday of each month @ 6:30 p.m. for supper and a program. The charge for most events is $12 per person. RSVP's are much appreciated.
For information, please contact Pam Rossi at


     21 April           BBQ @ FPC

     19 May            Low Country Boil @ FPC

     16 June           Yesterday's Cafe in Rutledge, GA

     21 July            El Real Mexican in Bethlehem, GA

     18 August        Varsity @ FPC

     15 September  Dinner @ FPC

     20 October       Hamburger / Hotdog cookout @ Moss'

     01 December   Christmas Celebration @ FPC


Viticulture-Wine Tasting Group

We meet in homes on the 2nd Thursday of each month @ 6:30 p.m. to enjoy wine, finger foods, and conversation. Most months the attendees bring "commodities" (a snack item plus one bottle of wine per household).  

 Please contact the church office for additional information by email:

Women's Circles

It's been said that we learn and engage better in "circles" instead of "rows".   If you are looking to get to know some other women in a real and meaningful way, join in one of our two groups. Rows are great for Sunday mornings, but take a chance to go deeper and jump into a Women's Circle.  

Circles meet monthly during the school year for Bible study, service, and fellowship.

     1st Monday @ 10 a.m.  New Day Circle

     2nd Monday @ 7 p.m.  Joy Circle

For more info, please contact the church office by email:


Our quilters - some of whom quilt, some of whom "piece," and some of whom tie knots - have a dedicated sewing room at our church. When one of our families or friends is experiencing a valley or a mountain top, we make 'em a quilt. We make a batch of quilts at a time, and meet as needed to replenish our supply. New quilters are welcome. Sewing and quilting skills aren't needed.
For information, contact Susan Evans at


We offer love and nurture for all ages, including our young children and youth. Children are welcome in worship and can participate in the Children’s Moment with Rev. Erin. Sunday School, extended care and nursery connects children with faith in a hands-on, real-life way. Our children and youth programs include VBS and seasonal activities. We are looking to expand our youth worship activities.



Cub Scout 705, Den 1 (Bear Cubs)
The den has 13 cubs, average age: 8 years.


Boy Scout Troop 705
Boy Scouts are: Trustworthy.  Loyal.  Helpful.  Friendly.  Courteous.  Kind.  Obedient.  Cheerful.  Thrifty.  Brave.  Clean.  Reverent.

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