Griefshare is a grief recovery group that is intended for anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one, family member or friend. No matter where you are in the grieving process you will find a safe place to listen to others, ask questions and be supported.
Fenton First Presbyterian Church
Thursday’s 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Session One: Feb. 20th-Mar. 26th
Session Two: Apr 16th- May 21st.
We don’t always know the toll of our grief until we talk honestly about it. This could be your first steps toward healing and wholeness. Please see Hannah Hall for more information.
Gospel Project Sunday school
Nursery through kindergarten classes offered during 9am worship.
Nursery through 5th grade classes offered during 11am worship.
Why this curriculum? Because every lesson points to Jesus, and children are learning stories from the entire Bible – even the tough ones – in age appropriate ways. This allows children to very simply experience the full breadth of the Gospel message. As they grow into youth group, these lessons will be familiar, allowing them to further unpack and understand the challenges that all of humanity faces even today. Biblical relevancy and faith formation starts early and is a great gift!
Please see Tina Ritchie with any questions, or if you would like to be added to the weekly email lessons and family talking points.
Wednesday Women’s Covenant: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Course by Peter Scazzero
January 8 – February 26 from 10am – Noon in Fellowship Hall, Cost:$27 for course pack
For more information, see Tina Ritchie
The EHS Course is a serious course offered in a safe, comfortable environment that respects each person’s journey.
It asks people to:
- Leave a superficial, shallow spirituality.
- Open up their interior world so Christ can transform it.
- Develop their own personal relationship with Jesus and not live off other people’s spirituality.
- Read the Emotionally Healthy Spirituality book and meet with Jesus twice a day for 8 weeks through EHS Day by Day.
Monday Evening Women’s Study: “Seamless” by Angie Smith
Meets January 6 – February 17 from 6:30 – 8pm in the Video Room
See Tina Ritchie for more information
Discover the seamless thread connecting the people, places, and promises of the Bible in a whole new way. Each week features key information that ties all of scripture together into the seamless truth of the gospel message and is accompanied by maps, general Bible facts, and word studies. In this study you will:
- Understand the Bible as a whole as you change the way you look at Scripture
- Connect with the people, places and promises of God’s Word in a fresh way
- Gain clarity and confidence in your understanding of Scripture
- Discover a biblical context that reshapes and brings to life stories from the Old and New Testaments
Financial Peace University – Wednesday evenings
January 15 – March 11 from 6-8pm in the Conference Room
Cost: $99.95 when you register through our church website HERE
Some scholarship money is available – contact the office to inquire.
For more information on the course, contact Jennifer MacLean at 810-240-2301.
Learn how to:
- Lesson 1: Build a Starter Emergency Fund and Learn How to Budget
- Lesson 2: Pay Off All Debt
- Lesson 3: Save a Fully Funded Emergency Fund
- Lesson 4: Invest for the Future and Build Wealth
- Lesson 5: Buyer Beware
- Lesson 6: The Role of Insurance
- Lesson 7: Retirement Planning
- Lesson 8: Real Estate and Mortgages
- Lesson 9: Living and Giving Like No One Else
DOWNLOAD FLYER Financial Peace Winter 2020
January Study for Wednesday Women’s Group: Children of the Day by Beth Moore, January 9 – March 6 from 10am – Noon inFellowship Hall. Walk the shores of Thessalonica with this verse-by-verse Biblestudy of 1 and 2 Thessalonians. This study sheds light on therelationships shared by those who comprise the church. Participants will gainassurance their circumstances and conditions are not coincidental. God’s timingis impeccable! Whether you’re facing family crises, medical diagnoses,relationship troubles, doubts, or fears, come to receive encouragement forliving the Christian life now and hope for when Christ returns. Participantbooks are $20 each. Register in Fellowship Hall by December 19 to reserveyour copy! See Tina Ritchie for more information
JAM “Jesus And Me” is a character education Sunday school program during 11a.m. worship for children preschool – 5th grade that explores living in the Fruit of the Spirit from Galatians 5:22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.”
We kicked off the school year with a lock-in where we created a banner. Other activities included discussion on what love looks and feels like, experiencing joy and peace through music, practicing patience during preparation for the Christmas Pageant, making affirmation posters of our friends, creating a Kindness Newsletter, and having a food drive to show God’s goodness.
Below are a few pictures from our classes.
During holiday weekends or special services, class time for children after the Children’s Message in worship will be as follows:
May 28 – Memorial weekend: All children will be dismissed to video rm.
June 4 – Pentecost: Preschool only in video room
July 2 – 4th of July weekend: All children will be dismissed to video rm.
Aug 6 – Youth summer recap: Preschool only in video room
Sept 3 – Labor Day weekend: All children will be dismissed to video rm.
All other Sunday’s, children will have regular class time.
The Bible rotation runs April 30 – May 21. The children will learn how the Bible came to be, understand its structure, and practice using it. It is important we learn how to use the Bible in order to understand what it has to say to us. Psalm 119:105 says “Your Word is a lamp to guide me and a light for my path.”
Memory verse: 2 Timothy 3:15 “Ever since you were a child, you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to give you wisdom.”
Don’t forget to ask your children what they are learning in Carpenter’s Corner. It’s a great way to talk together about our faith!
The Deacon’s scholarship is a $500 scholarship offered by the Board of Deacons to members of the congregation. To be eligible, an applicant must be a high school graduate or graduating senior with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 seeking an advanced education at college or trade school. The form may be downloaded by clicking this link: FFPC New Deacon Scholarship Form The scholarship applications are due to the church office by May 24, 2017.
The following requirements and materials are needed to apply for a Deacons Scholarship, approved by the Board of Deacons in 2014:
- Member of First Presbyterian Church of Fenton
- Applicant is a graduating senior or a post graduate seeking advanced education (college, trade school, etc.)
- Applicant has a cumulative 2.5 GPA
- Complete the following
The following information must be typed and attached to this signed application.
- List your involvements at school, at church and in the community that best describe your awareness of the needs of others; attach two letters one from your school and one from a community or church individual regarding the involvement
- Write an essay of 300 words or less describing a situation when you desired to provide assistance to someone in need that had conflicted with what your peers wanted you to do
- State any other information you feel should be acknowledged
- Attach an academic transcript of your GPA