Small Groups are fellowship opportunities during our programming year, September through May.
We are a group of people in our 20s through 40s who are interested in trekking through the terrain of young adulthood, relationships, parenting, grad school, and more in a faithful community setting. We are single, married, and parents, and we have a blast together.
We gather at church Wednesdays from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Childcare is provided. On the last Wednesday of every month we meet at Wolverine Tap Room (2019 W. Stadium Blvd) for trivia from 7-9 p.m. Questions? Please contact Darcy
Bob Livingston leads this breakfast discussion group that meets Wednesdays, 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. at Classic Cup Cafe (4389 Jackson Rd). We discuss the scripture for the upcoming Sunday sermon, sharing our understandings, insights, and our questions. It’s an informal group that will offer you insight and nurture, whether you can attend weekly or just drop in, check it out.
Tuesday Night Series
Want to try a small group but don’t want to commit to something for months on end? Then our Tuesday Night Series is for you. We meet on Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Mayflower Room. At TNS, we view and discuss a variety of relevant and interesting theological issues. The series often last 5 to 8 weeks, with scheduled breaks between series. Everyone is welcome! Questions? Please contact Bob
Mind & Spirit Book Group
The Mind and Spirit Book Group is a community of women of all ages. We enjoy reading and sharing our life stories as a means of personal and spiritual growth. The Mind and Spirit Book Group meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 10:15 -11:45 a.m in the Mayflower Room. Questions? Please contact Nancy
Knight’s Luncheon Group
These luncheon gatherings, hosted by Bob Livingston, meet monthly on the third Monday. They are highly informal with welcoming and wide-ranging conversations, with the hopeful result of the nourishment of both the mind and the body. The luncheons are held at Knight’s Restaurant on Dexter Road. For more information, please contact Bob
Circle of Friends
Circle of Friends connects church members who are experiencing life transitions, such as moving, a job change, retirement, caregiving, divorce, grief, injury, illness, surgery, and decreased mobility with other church members in a one-to-one relationship. Friends get together with friends once a month to share a caring connection and to deepen their relationship. We value caring at FCC, and we take that value seriously! Questions? Please contact MaryAnn.