Adult Formation Classes
Sundays @10am
February 2020
Chapel Class
Scriptural study
Dedicating the Temple of God
Feb. 2 - Single-minded Obedience - Matt. 4:1-11
Feb. 9 - Piety That Honors God - Ecc 5:1-6; Matt. 6:1-8
Feb. 16 -The Prayer of Jesus - Matt. 6:9-15
Feb. 23 - CONGREGATIONAL BREAKFAST - benefitting Youth Missions

In this weekly Bible study, seasoned teachers provide the lesson using  The Present Word  curriculum and accompanying scriptural texts.
Conversations Class
Passages Class
Good Samaritan Class
Wood Fellowship Hall Overflow
Being Human: Addiction and Recovery
Feb. 2 - Personal stories of Addiction and Recovery
FPC members
Sorting Out: Racism in the New South
Feb. 9 - Hal Clarke will ground us in faith and what we believe Jesus is calling us to do before addressing these questions:

  • As a follower of Jesus, how should I think about prejudice, injustice, and poverty in Charlotte? 
  • If I were explaining to Jesus face to face how I live my life in Charlotte, how would Jesus challenge me? 
  • What are the myths that I tell myself that Jesus would debunk? 
  • What am I called to do differently? 

Feb. 16 - Dr. Tom Hanchett  will talk about the new edition of his book  Sorting Out the New South City: Race, Class, and Urban Development in Charlotte, 1875–1975 , which traces how Charlotte grew big — and explores the surprising history of how it became segregated, both racially and economically. 

Dr. Hanchett, recently retired from Levine Museum of the New South, is now the Historian-in-Residence with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. 

Dr. Hanchett's book will be for sale in Historical Lobby on the day of the class.
Congregational Breakfast
Feb. 23 - 9:30-11:00am
Wood Fellowship Hall

Celebrate and support our youth by enjoying a delicious breakfast with your congregation hosted by Youth Ministry.

Funds raised will support the Youth Ministry Mission and Conference Fund.
Ticket cost:
$5/children 5-11 (4 and under eat free)