To find out more about any of the opportunities listed below, please email Ed Black at and ask for more information. See our News and Events page for special educational offerings.

Sunday Morning Faith Formation

Faith Formation classes (After 10 AM worship): Beginning September 11, adults will have three in-person class options:

  • Family Class: Along with a book discussion, this class follows the same Scripture the children are reading
  • FLPConversations: This classes discusses contemporary issues using the Wired Word lessons.
  • Words after The Word: This class is led by the preacher of the Sunday sermon.

Small Groups

Small Group Connections: Studying Scripture is the backbone of our growth in faith as a community of Christ. H3 Groups (as in Head, Heart, Hands), FLPC's small group ministry, includes Bible study, book studies, and discussion groups based on approved curriculum. They are ongoing throughout the year.

We normally have other groups ongoing as well, such as lunch groups, a sewing collaborative, and a day trip group.  The best way to find out what is going on is to check our weekly enews or our News and Events.

Men’s and Women’s’ Groups

Presbyterian Women: Every woman is welcome to participate in any PW activity. Women of all ages have the opportunity to become involved in small groups (called Circles) that meet monthly, September - May during the day and evening. (These Circle meet at different times to accommodate personal schedules.) Circles enjoy caring friendships with each other, spiritual enrichment through prayer and Bible study and actively supporting local missions. Faith and fellowship are further nurtured by an annual overnight winter retreat at Camp Fellowship on Lake Greenwood.

Men’s Prayer Breakfast: All men are invited to join in this ongoing weekly Bible study. This group meets at Eggs Up Grill on Forest Dr, 7:30 AM on Tuesdays, and enjoys time together in study and prayer.

Men's Group at Bruegger's: This group meets at Bruegger's Bagels on Forest Dr. each Thursday at 6:30 AM for a book discussion.