Adult Education

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

We believe that discipleship is a lifelong journey.  There is never a time in our lives when we can be satisfied with our growth or our certainty.  Certainty is about being right.  Faith is about being guided by what’s right and training yourself to do it.

FRC’s worshiping community welcomes faith with all the doubts, the questions and the mystery.  Our hope is to provide space and opportunities for exploration and inquiry, questioning and listening, dialogue and discernment.  There is also nothing like participating in hands-on service to deepen your faith and put it in action. Throughout the year, we offer many opportunities for missional service and group study groups.

Men's Bible Study

The FRC Men's Bible Study meets the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month from 9:00-10:00 AM from September to May. We always welcome new members to joins us.

Since the virus quarantine, we have been meeting online via Zoom. To join the Zoom meeting, please contact Tom Kamp at   to get the link emailed to you. The link usually goes out Friday evening before the Saturday meeting.

Upcoming Study Opportunities:
Summer Study: Keeping Creation (Begins on July 21st)

During the summer of 2024 we'll be using a wonderful 5-week study called Keeping Creation. We will dive deeper into our role and creators and stewards of creation. Materials from this study will also be discussed in our summer worship services on designated weeks. Pastor Dave will be leading this study on Sunday evenings beginning on July 21st. Individuals can also read along independently if they choose to do so. Learn more about the study and sign up below.

"Creation care is political but not partisan. What occurs on one side of the planet affects the other side of the planet. As citizens of the kingdom of God, we were created to be citizens of the earth. Creation care is not an isolated cause that Christians can set apart from the rest of life. Creation involves everything we see (and some things we don’t see). So to talk about caring for creation is to talk about politics, economics, food, energy, freedom, and our faith. Across five weeks of scriptural study, interpretation, and contemporary application, Keeping Creation offers a biblical exploration of the call on God’s people to tend and serve the earth. Authors Caleb Cray Haynes, Ryan Fasani, Megan Pardue, and Todd Womack offer a Scripture-based guide for small groups who are ready not only to think and reflect but also to act. Each chapter includes discussion questions and suggestions for new, creation-serving habits and practices that participants can begin to work on together. God has created a beautiful world that is meant to be interconnected, each piece dependent on all the other pieces, and it brings God joy to see creation working as intended. Keeping Creation will help Christians prioritize and understand humanity’s role on the interconnected planet that teems with the life God created."

Group meeting dates. Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m.

  • July 21st
  • July 28th
  • August 11th
  • August 18th
  • August 25th

Sign up below. The study guide can be purchased through Cokesbury or Amazon. Please let our church office know if you need assistance acquiring a study guide.