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:
Sabbath Small Group Study: Celebrating Sabbath (Fall 2023)

Small groups are forming for the Fall of 2023 at FRC. We recently completed a sermon study on the Sabbath. Small group participants will now have an opportunity to dive deeper into the practice of Sabbath. We'll be using a resource called Celebrating Sabbath by Rev. Dr. Carol Bechtel, an Old Testament professor at Western Theological Seminary.

Sabbath reminds us to honor God who honors us by giving us a day each week to reset our pace, our priorities, and our lives. In Celebrating Sabbath: Accepting God’s Gift of Rest and Delight, Carol M. Bechtel leads us through a study of Sabbath over nine lessons. Participants will consider Sabbath anew and will come away renewed.

Participants can join a small group on Tuesday evenings. This group will begin meeting on September 19th at 7:00pm. Sue Breznak and Dave Sippel will be leading this group. Click here to register. View an introductory video below.

Contact Dave Sippel if you would like to lead a study, or a small group gathering of a different kind: (973)835-1144 ext. 28  or