Adult classes and small groups present a variety of topics and
styles covering areas such as Bible study, discipleship
and Christian living, life transitions, Christian theologians
and contemporary issues. We encourage open-minded discussion,
reflection, prayer and disciplines to establish habits of
life-long learning, discernment and action as Christians
challenged to be faithful and Christ-centered in the
You are welcome to join our planning meetings
on the second Monday of the month at 7 PM.
Resources for current and previous classes are here.
Sunday mornings at 10 am
Living Generously How do we make faithful decisions about how much to give and how much to keep for ourselves, our families, our retirement? What does the Bible say and is this relevant today? What effect do attitudes about scarcity and generosity have on our decision-making? Meets Sundays at 10 am, April 7–May 12, in the fellowship hall.
Kings and Beyond These rich books cover the years 970–586 BCE and include the stories of King Solomon, the building of the temple, the division of Israel into the Northern and Southern kingdoms, the prophet Elijah, King Ahab, King Josiah restoring God’s word to the people, and the exile of Israel. Comelearn of God’s patience and his chastening hand in the lives of his people. Bring your Bible and any additional study aids you have. Meets in room 32 on the lower level; led by Tom Brown.
Save the planet, one cup at a time: Bring a coffee mug from home to keep at church. There is a cupboard in the kitchen where you can keep it; when you are finished, just place it in the rack by the dishwasher to be washed for use the next Sunday. Save on waste, save on cost, and feel more at home while at church.
Through the week
Spirituality and Discipleship
The Great Divorce, by C.S. Lewis, is the topic of discussion on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm. Pastor Carl leads this study which continues through the end of May, in room 30 on the lower level.
Faith in Action
Riverside Community Gathering Set the written word down and live the gospel in this faith-based community outreach. Each week we join approximately 40 people to eat, pray and share our lives. Meets Wednesdays, 4:30–5:45 pm, at First Presbyterian Church, 300 N. Washington St., Ypsilanti.
Disciple One Two groups are meeting weekly throughout the school year to explore the whole of the biblical story together. From Genesis to Revelation, we’ll grow as disciples as we read and discuss God’s drama in the life of God’s people then and now.
Join us in discussing fascinating, challenging books, Thursdays at 1 pm in the teen room on the lower level. We’re reading Dance of the Dissident Daughter: A Woman’s Journey from Christian Tradition to the Sacred Feminine, by Sue Monk Kidd. Newcomers are welcome!
Horizons is a study designed for Presbyterian women. Meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, 1–2:30 pm, in the fellowship hall lounge, and is facilitated by Alice Chambers.