Small Group Studies

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. For additional information about our Adult Education Ministries, contact Marian Shelton,Director of Christian Education. To register, please call the church office 843.448.4496.

 

Loosely Lectionary Bible Study

There are six Great Ends of the Church, written in our Book of Order, as our mission to the world. What do they mean to us, a church community, and as people bearing the name of Christ in the world? Dr.

Bring a bagged lunch if you like, along with your Bible. Dr. Brearley presents "The Great Ends of the Church" for discussion during the fall semester. This will also be the subject of Dr. Brearley's sermons this fall.

 

Date(s): Wednesdays, beginning August 27
Time(s): 12:00 Noon
Location: Meeting Room A, Grissom Campus
Facilitator: The Rev. Dr. John C. Brearley


The Great Ends of The Church Small Group Study

There are six Great Ends of the Church, written in our Book of Order, as our mission to the world. What do they mean to us as a church community and as people bearing the name of Christ in the world? This six-week study complements Dr. Brearley’s sermon series this fall.

 

Date(s): Thursdays, beginning August 28
Time(s): 7:00 PM, following Early Sabbath
Location: Meeting Room C, Grissom Campus, 1st floor
Facilitator: FPC Member, Al Conklin


Men's Monday Night Bible Study

Count on camaraderie and invigorating conversation as well as Bible study in this community of men.

Offered September - May

Date(s): Mondays, beginning September 8
Time(s): 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Location: Meeting Room B, Grissom Campus, 2nd floor
Facilitator: FPC Member, Tom Roe


Sisters' Bible Study
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.
 
Offered September - April.
 
Date(s): Tuesdays, beginning September 9
Time(s): 9:00 AM
Location: Meeting Room B, Grissom Campus, 2nd floor
Facilitator: FPC Member, Sue Cranford


Monday Morning Study Group

Open discussion of Thomas Cahill's book, Heretics and Heroes, How Renaissance Artists and Reformation Priests Created Our World. This book focuses on how the innovations of the Renaissance and the Reformation changed the Western world.

 

Date(s): Mondays, October 6 - November 24
Time(s): 9:30 - 11:00 AM
Location: Meeting Room B, Grissom Campus, 2nd floor
Cost: Book purchase
Facilitator: Betty Singleton & Phillip Hudson