Adults Fellowship & learning

  • Learning

    FCC offers opportunities to engage in what it means to be a Disciple. We have classes which discuss what was spoken about in the Sermon, talk about how to walk the life of Faith, study through books, and follow video curriculum. We also have Bible studies for women, men, and combined throughout the week. Whatever you are looking for, we have a class for you. 


    The Back Room (9:45-10:30) (Backroom/Harbor Room) 

    This class, for young adults taught by Jeff Taeger, will be studying Animate: Faith. 


    Let’s Talk About it! (10:10-10:45) - Room 7

    This class, led by Mollie and Jeff Erickson, reviews and discusses that morning’s sermon. 


    The Present Word (10:10-10:45) - Room 5

    This class, led by Tom Kuster, follows The Present Word curriculum which applies the bible to life. 


    The Present Word (10:10-10:45) - Room 10

    This class, led by Pauline Neff, follows The Present Word curriculum which applies the bible to life. 


    Journey (10:10-10:45) - Room 6

    This class, led by Dan Maudlin, studies various books on faith. Currently studying a book by Max Lucado. 


    Infants and Parents (10:10-10:45) - Room 8

    This class, led by Amber Taeger, discusses life and faith issues facing parents with young children.  



  • Community groups

    First Christian Church offers many different fellowship and support groups to connect you with people along your life journey and your walk of faith. 

  • Men

    Disciples Men creates opportunities for men to walk the life of faith alongside one another. Disciples Men does this in a variety of ways: building lasting friendships among each other, studying Scripture and learning together and from one another, and offering acts of service within the community and beyond.

  • women

    The Women’s Ministry at First Christian Church is a faith resource for women. We seek to help them grow, serve, learn, and connect through prayer, Bible study, book studies, hosting events, and spending time with one another.

  • Young Families

    The Young Families of FCC meet monthly for a time of fellowship and service. This is group is a wonderful group to meet other young families at FCC, spend time with one another, and work together to live out our calling as Christians to serve.

  • Sports

    Sports are a way for the members and friends of FCC to spend time together in an active way. We believe participating in sports brings people together in a unique way and creates relationships that would otherwise not happen. We play softball, basketball, golf, and volleyball throughout the year.