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Adults at FPC have numerous opportunities to share together in Sunday school, Bible studies, and through teams and organizations.  Connecting to others through caring, sharing, study, mission and outreach builds our faith family and readies us for service in God’s kingdom.  Multiple class opportunities meet during the school year.

Sunday School
Dudley Class  Teacher: Leslie Spencer, meets in the Dudley Room, Education Building.
FPC’s longest running Sunday school class faithfully meets weekly for Bible study and fellowship using The Present Word.

Emmaus Class  Facilitator: Dave Dolman and other class members, meets in the Library, Education Building.
Using a variety of curricula, and rotating discussion leadership, this class digs into Christian living through Bible study, often using video and media to spark discussion.

McKinnon Class  Teachers:  Chris Bolt, Wade Maulsby, and Kelly Fogleman, meets in Room 202, Education Building.  Straight Bible study is at the heart of this class. The class is home to many of the church’s parents with children still at home and also welcomes young adults who are not parents.

Channel Surfing and Bible Searching  Facilitators:  Mike & Michele Kennedy, meets in Clark Hall. Class participants meet to dig-in to the Bible passage for the weekly sermon and often take a tangent into video/media to spark current connections.


Mid-week Bible Study

Wednesday Night Suppers – 6-7pm, Wednesday evenings in Dudley Room.  Fellowship with us over dinner at 6 and study with us as the pastors lead an informal and informative study on the coming Sunday’s scripture.


Monthly Bible Study

Presbyterian Women’s Circles – The Daytime Circle meets at 10am and the Evening Circle at 7pm on the second Tuesdays of each month.  This year’s excellent study is Who Is Jesus? What a Difference a Lens Makes by Judy Yates Siker, a noted New Testament professor (and ordained Presbyterian pastor) from Loyola Marymount University in CA who was born and bred in NC.  Each of the study’s nine lessons explores the question “Who is Jesus?” through a particular theological lens. Siker notes that each of us who reads the New Testament is an interpreter of the text, and that how we interpret depends in part on who we are and our own context.

Men Study Together Too!  Second Wednesday evenings at 7pm it’s our men’s turn to delve into Who Is Jesus? What a Difference a Lens Makes by Judy Yates Siker.  Siker calls this “a journey to expand our understanding of who Jesus was and is – a journey of our hearts and our minds.”  Explore how you see Jesus, who you think he is, and how Christ lives and works within your life.  If Jesus looked at you squarely in the eye and asked, “Who do you say that I am?”, what would be your answer?




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Service Times & Directions

Our Worship Schedule

Sunday Early Light: 8:45 am

Sunday School: 9:45 am

Sunday Service:11:00 am

Weekday Services

Wednesday Night: 6:00pm

414 Sunset Road
Wilson, NC 27893
(252) 243-3115