Small Groups provide a setting where we can grow together in our faith. We are currently planning our new small group studies for January 2018.  Please consider joining one of the Small Groups once they are posted.  Nursery and childcare are availble during worship and on Sunday evenings and Wednesday evenings.
Young Adult gathering – Our young adult ministries director Matt Chisenhall leads a young adult small group on Tuesday evenings.  Email Contact:  Will resume January 30.
Small group study (all are invited) “3 Colors of Love” Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. at FPUMC in the library. Leader: Pastor Ricky Smith.  “3 Colors of Love” focuses on the three fundamental dimensions of God’s love that every believer can reflect in his or her life: justice, truth and grace. Depending on your starting point, your personal growth path may be very different to someone else’s. The 3 Colors of Love offers practical tools to help you identify your starting point and experience the revolutionary power of God’s unconventional love in your life.   Email contact:  Class starts January 24.  Please email Ricky if you need a book.
Women’s group study Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. at The Spot Coffee Shop on Gault Ave one block away from the church. Leader: Monica Patton.  Email contact:  Will resume January 24.
Women’s group study -Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. in Cobble Hall. Leader: Nona Smith. Email contact:  Will resume January 24.  Book:  “Present Over Perfect” by Shauna NiequistThe book shares the author’s journey as she learns to leave behind busyness and frantic living for a life of grace, love, rest, and play. Please contact Nona by email if you need a book.
Men’s group study– 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evenings at FPUMC on the second floor of the church offices. “Forgotten God” by Francis Chan is the current book being studied.  Leader: Randall Ham.  Email contact:
Small Group study (all are invited) led by Michelle Ibsen and Valarie Moses.  “The Daniel Dilemma” will be studied.  “As Christians, how do we not only stay engaged with the ever-shifting, ungodly culture around us but also influence it for good? How do we stand strong without becoming brittle and dogmatic? How do we love people vastly different in their attitudes and lifestyles without compromising our biblical beliefs? These questions are being asked by Christians today from breakfast tables to water coolers to Bible study groups. The book of Daniel provides us with clear answers.” Class will be held in the library on Thursday at 10:00 a.m.  Please email Michelle ( if you need a book.  Start date is January 25.
Off-site Men’s group – led by Kelly Moses.  Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m.  “Daniel Dilemma” will be the book for January 2018.  Start date is planned for January 18.  Email contact:
Sunday School classes for all ages are available on Sunday as well at 10:00 a.m.
Nursery: 2nd floor of the Education wing
Children’s classes: 2nd floor of the Education wing
Student’s classes:  3rd floor of the Education wing
Married class: in the Christian Life Center library
Open Door class: in the Newton Center on the walking track
Fellowship class: in the sanctuary basement classroom
Robert Purdy class: in Cobble Hall