Adult Ministries

"The world does not need better people, the world needs deeper people"

The word discipleship comes from the 12 guys who followed Jesus around, they were called disciples.  A disciple is a learner, who learns by following.  We use that word to describe our journey as modern followers of Jesus.  We too, learn by following.  

Discipleship is the ongoing transformation of our hearts, our minds and our lives.  

We know that everyone is different so we've provided a bunch of different ways to spur on your spiritual growth.

Resources for Spiritual Growth

Spiritual Gifts Assessment 

Small Discussion Groups and Bible Studies

Discover FRC - Learn more about First Reformed Church of Pompton Plains and the RCA denomination. The next class will be offered on Sunday, September 24th at 11:30am in the Blue Room of the Ministry Center.


Foundations of Faith3 WEEKS. Wednesday nights from September 27th to October 11th. 7:00pm to 8:30pm. Explore the Christian Faith together. Register here.

  • Week 1) The person of Jesus;
  • Week 2) The credibility of the Bible; and
  • Week 3) Building blocks of personal faith.. Sign up in Friendship Hall or on our website under “Adult Ministry.”

 The Great Spiritual Migration - Wednesday nights from October 18th to November 8th. 7:00pm to 8:30pm. Senior Pastor Emeritus Rev. Andy Rienstra will lead this discussion class on the book, “The Great Spiritual Migration by author Brian Mclaren about a shift in the Christian faith; from dogmatic fear-based religion to a loving way of life; from a literal view of the Bible to an integral one; and from an internal view of faith to an empowering faith that changes the world. Register here.


Financial Peace University - Learn solid principals that will change your financial present and future. To learn more click here.


Bible Study Groups - The First Reformed Church (FRC) has had Bible Study Groups for over 40 years.  We currently have 8 groups ranging in age, experience and gender. Email Pastor Kathleen for information about what groups are studying what and where you might fit in.