Adult Programming at FPCP
God intends for all believers to embark on a faith journey that lasts throughout their lifetimes. In order to grow in faith, all Christians are called to model their lives after the example of Jesus Christ. In order to serve God, the congregation, and our world partners, the Christian Nurture Committee of our Church has worked to develop diverse, creative and attractive programs that emphasize the study of Scripture, fellowship and personal faith development. Only through worship, service, prayer, fellowship, and study in a community of faith can the people of God live out their calling.
In our busy, prosperous community we all have many demands on our time and energy. In the face of these demands, we each strive to look within our hearts, through reflection and prayer, and honestly determine how we are growing in faith. We are called to ask, “Where in the list of priorities is my relationship with God?”
New Member Classes
Are you looking for a church home? The First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, Michigan (FPCP) would like to extend a warm welcome in the name of Christ to all who worship with us, and we ask you to consider becoming a part of our church family. It is our hope that, through membership at FPCP, you will find a place where you can grow in your faith and discover a place where you can use your gifts to the glory of God.
Click for more information on How to become a Member.
Life Long Learning Classes
Our Sign Ups page contains information about the current listing of adult classes and ongoing group study programs being offered.
In order to serve God, the congregation, and our world partners, the Christian Nurture Committee of our Church has worked to develop diverse, creative and attractive programs. These programs emphasize the study of Scripture, fellowship and personal faith development. The mission of FPCP of nurture and education is to:
- Offer every member and visitor opportunities to continue in their faith journey.
- Actively reach out to every member and visitor and seek to engage them in ministry according to their God-given gifts and talents.
- Dialogue with ministers, congregation, community, and our world partners to create new programs, classes, and groups to engage in a broad-based effort to bring the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ into the lives of all people.
If you do not find what you are looking for, please let us know. What can the church do to involve you in active participation in Bible study and small group ministry? Is there a time of day or day of the week that would work better for you? Is there a topic that interests you that we are not offering? We plan to continue offering childcare for as many mornings and evenings programs as possible. Please let us know if lack of childcare prevents you from participating. We also understand that driving at night is a concern for some of you. Please do not hesitate to ask us to try to find you a ride.
Please keep in mind that worship is where we put into practice what we learn in Bible study and small groups. Worship is the life of the church and essentially the only place where the entire body comes together. Please do not substitute education or nurture classes for worship. We all really need both.
When & Where
Life Long Learning offerings and their class dates, times and locations are identified on the Sign Ups page.
Finally, we want to hear from you. Please direct questions, comments, and suggestions to Rev. Emily Campbell (emilycampbell[at]fpcp.net or 734-453-6464, ext. 113) or the contact person(s) listed for individual classes.