Adult Discipleship

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Our faith formation is a life time journey.

At FPC, our goal is to equip all students — children, youth and adults — to go out into the world to make and mold disciples for Jesus Christ. Join the journey, making friends along the way, discovering new truths about God and yourself, and growing in discipleship!

All classes are open and you are invited to join any time.


For information about our Christian Education Ministries, please contact Rev. Christa Brewer.


First Presbyterian’s Adult Education Ministries strives to provide a broad menu of educational offerings. We hope that you will find an area of study that challenges you to grow in the knowledge and love of God. Offerings include Bible studies, church history, prayer, doctrines of the faith, book discussions, and guest lecture series. To register, please call the church office 843.448.4496.


This small group meets regular during the year to study a variety of books. Series generally run 4 – 8 weeks.

DATE(S): Mondays, September 18 – November 13 // February 5 – March 19

TIME: 9:30 – 11:00 AM

LOCATION: Meeting Room B, Grissom Campus

COST: Book purchase

FACILITATOR: Phillip Hudson & Betty Singleton


A group of on-the-go women, sisters, wives, mothers, daughters, and friends looking to grow in their spiritual journey together. They understand busy schedules, yet find sisterhood in our commitment to one another and our studies. Study book available for purchase at the Grissom campus office one week prior to start date.

DATE(S): Tuesdays, September – May

TIME: 9:00 AM

LOCATION: Meeting Room B, Grissom Campus

COST: Book purchase

FACILITATOR: Audrey Bruner


Each week one of our ministers will lead this weekly study.

DATE(S): Wednesdays

TIME: Noon

LOCATION: Meeting Room A, Grissom Campus

FACILITATOR: The Rev. Dr. John C. Brearley


A study of the book, BEING CHURCH, BECOMING COMMUNITY by John M. Buchanan. The author explores the specific ways the church intersects with community life.

DATE(S): Thursdays (8-10 week class starting April 5)

TIME: 4:30 – 5:30 PM

LOCATION: Meeting Room A, Grissom Campus

COST: Book purchase

FACILITATOR: Audrey Bruner


Exodus is both a familiar and unfamiliar book to many. Come and explore the text and see what God has to tell us today though the chapters of the book. No pre-reading or book other than the Bible required.

DATE(S): Thursdays

TIME: 4:30 PM

LOCATION: Meeting Room B, Grissom Campus

FACILITATOR: Christa Brewer


CLICK HERE for Monthly Scripture Readings.

These are also printed weekly in the bulletin.


We offer many study and fellowship opportunities for adults. Whether you are a member, visitor, or friend, we hope you’ll join us and take part in the programs, events, worship services, studies, or mission projects offered at FPC.




Room 204


Marsha Lawson

Rod & Karen Madert


A diverse group of singles and couples, ages 40 and up that engage
in Christian book studies and lively conversation.


Room 210

Harry Campbell

A community of faith engaged in lively conversation about 21st century Christianity. We welcome diverse opinions while providing a “safe place” where questions can be raised without judgmental responses.


Room 102


In-depth Bible discussions and wonderful fellowship.

Rooted & Reaching, Rooted in the Gospel, Reaching for deeper Faith


Cam Thomas

Join us. We are exploring the Gospel for our lives on non-Gathering Sundays. Join us in the Kings Library as Cam Thomas and other facilitators guide our discussion of Jesus’s Good News and its impact on our world. Curriculum: Interpretation Series- The Gospel of Matthew


FPC Adult Ministries offers a wide variety of Fellowship & Study Opportunities & Events, some old favorites and a few new ones for you to:

  • Learn something new
  • Meet new friends
  • Share in fellowship with the FPC family
  • Expand your knowledge

To register please call the church office, 843.448.4496. For additional information on our enrichment programs, please contact Betty Singleton, Director of Special Educational Offerings.

Summer Book Club

The Summer Book Club will meet at 11:30 AM in Wilkes Hall for discussion, lunch and fellowship. Please purchase your own book and bring $10 to cover lunch. To reserve your spot, call LuAnne Martini at 843.946.6038

Please check back for Book Club Information.

Different Voices 2019 Lecture Series

Please check back for our upcoming schedule held in January.

For more events, please head to our Church Events Calendar.