Faith formation opportunities engage hearts and minds in a process by which our faith grows, and our lives are shaped by God’s love.
Sunday School Classes (9:45 a.m., except where noted)
Children & Youth (4 years old and up)
Leaders: A Team of teachers rotate weekly
Location: Upstairs Sunday School Classroom in the Educational Building
Curriculum: Feasting on the Word introduces learners to biblical stores in new and creative ways. Uses age-appropriate learning activities and challenges learners to put their faith into action.
Leader: Christeen Hyden
Location: On hallway connecting to the Fellowship Hall and across from the Library
Leader: Dr. Bob Krause
Curriculum: Exploring the Bible from Genesis to Revelation
Leader: Shirley Phillips
Curriculum: The Present Word
Location: Beulah Sadler Parlor (across from the Office)
Leader: Connie Kitchen
Curriculum: The group chooses short-term Bible studies to nurture faith in a supportive setting.
Location: Fellowship Hall
C.O.R.E. (Christ Orientated Renewal Engagement)
Leader: Rev. Ed Kahl
Curriculum: The Book of Joy, by Desmond Tutu and The Dalai Lama
Location: Space adjacent to the choir room
The Lydia Circle is a group that meets monthly and is dedicated to studying, supporting, and loving each other along the journey of faith. They meet the second Monday of the month (Sept. – May) at 1 p.m. in the Beulah Sadler Parlor across from the Office.
Men of the Church
Meets monthly on the first Monday (Sept. – May) at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
Presbytery of Coastal Carolina and First Presbyterian Church provide HIGHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
The Nell Maultsby Scholarship is available to any young person who is a member of our church and has had a satisfactory rating for continued education beyond high school.
The Ruby Ennis Maynard Scholarship provides educational opportunities for the mature woman who has been out of the work force for a period of time, or who needs to upgrade her skills or education in order to succeed in her career, or who needs to change careers in order to improve her earning ability. Application forms are available in the First Presbyterian church office or online through The Triangle Community Foundation Scholarships.
Supporting Higher Education
First Presbyterian Church has a history of providing college scholarships for qualified persons seeking to further their education. In order to insure continued scholarship opportunities, you are invited to contribute to any or all of the following scholarship funds. Make checks out to First Presbyterian Church and designate which scholarship in the memo line:
Nell Maultsby Scholarship
Ruby Ennis Maynard Scholarship
Pick a book…read and return! There is a bookcase with children’s books located in the fellowship hall entrance way. Children are encouraged to choose a book or two…READ AND RETURN IT! Can anyone read every book on the shelves?