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.


We may not know how or when or where, but in some way we will gather to discuss the following book choices for FPC Summer Bookclub 2020. Once dates, times, format etc., are determined we will let everyone know.


An extraordinary story set in the first century about a woman who finds her voice and her destiny. Ana meets an 18 year old and the encounter changes her life forever. Grounded in meticulous research and written with a reverential approach to Jesus’s life, Kidd tells the potential of a woman living in a time where place and culture were devised to silence women. Could Ana have been the wife of Jesus? Read this book and be excited and ready to discuss it!


Amazing Grace tells the story of the remarkable life of the British abolitionist William Wilberforce (1759-1833) This accessible biography chronicles Wilberforce’s extraordinary. Role as a human rights activist, cultural reformer, and member of Parliament. A great and important book!


Forced to flee Acapulco, Lydia and her son soon find themselves miles and worlds away from the happy home they shared for many years with a loving family.This book will change the way you think. It is a literary achievement filled with poignancy, drama and humanity on every page. It is one of the most important books of our time.


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.

The first lecture will include a discussion of why Christians place such emphasis on the Bible in the first place.

DATE(S): February 24 – March 30

TIME: 10:00 – 11:30 AM


STUDY: The Last Week” by Marcus Borg & John Dominic Crossman


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.

DATE(S): Tuesdays, September – May

TIME: 2:00 – 3:00 PM


COST: Book purchase

FACILITATOR: Audrey Bruner


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

DATE(S): Wednesdays

TIME: Noon

LOCATION: Room A204, Grissom Campus

FACILITATOR: The Rev. Dr. John C. Brearley

Searching for Answers

We study Christian books and the Scriptures that support them. We are studying WHY? Making Sense of God’s Will, by Adam Hamilton. All are welcome.

DATE(S): Thursdays

TIME: 4:30 – 5:30 PM

LOCATION: Conference Room

COST: Book purchase

FACILITATOR: Audrey Bruner

Old Testament 201: 1 Samuel

A group for all adults studying various Old Testament books at a ‘201’ level. We are studying 1 Samuel.

DATE(S): Thursdays

TIME: 4:30 – 5:30 PM


FACILITATOR: Christa Brewer

Young Men’s Bible Study

This hour offers young men an opportunity to consider various biblical texts as they relate to current society and to share insights on daily life and application.

DATE(S): 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month

TIME: 7:00 PM

LOCATION: Location Varies, contact Nathan See

FACILITATOR: Rev. Nathan See

South Strand Women’s Bible Study

A DVD study hosted by John Ortberg of Menlo Church with a variety of well-known Christian contributors. Discussion follows along with muffins, tea and coffee.

DATE(S): Second Wednesday of the month

TIME: 9:30 – 11:30 AM

LOCATION: Home of Chris Sellen


READ THE BIBLE IN A YEAR: CLICK HERE for Monthly Scripture Readings.


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 A205


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 A204

Harry & Ann 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.

Young Adults and Parents

Room A206

Mary Daniel & Rev. Nathan See

“I should really read my Bible more…” Ever find yourself saying this? Come and explore the incredibly complex and beautiful text that is the source of our Christian faith!


Room A104

Wayne Gray

In-depth Bible discussions and wonderful fellowship.


Room A207

John Byer

We are studying Godviews- The Convictions that Drive Us and Divide Us, by Jack Haberer. (begins March 1)


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.