In the tabs below, you will find information about the classes and life groups we have here on campus.

They provide fellowship and support to their members, and are a great way

to be in community and grow spiritually.

 

Want to get involved, but unsure where to start?

Email Terri Knox to find out what class or group is right for you!

 

Sunday Classes

 

 
The Bridge Class

Learn the essential doctrines of our faith, meets Sundays at 9:15am in the Mears Center Building, classroom 4.

 

Elder Julietta Corti leads a new adult class, “The Bridge.” This class will provides basic training in the essential doctrines of the Christian Faith. Those who attend will gain a solid Biblical Foundation. This will help them “Bridge” to any of the more advanced Bible Study Classes at FPCH. Click here to contact Julietta Corti for more info.

 

 
Bereans Class

An in-depth Bible Study for all ages, meets Sundays at 9:15am in the Mears Center Building, classroom 3.

 

Bereans class is an opportunity for people of all backgrounds and ages to study the Holy Scriptures in light of the foundation that they are inspired and the ultimate authority for our lives (II Tim. 3:16). Jesse Corti, John Safoyan lead the group in real, meaningful discussions, rightly dividing the Word of God as we search for it to change us, challenge us, fortify us, and encourage us. By knowing the Scriptures, we will be better equipped as believers to encourage others in their faith and to encourage other to faith (Rom. 10:17). Come taste and see that the Lord is good. (Psalm 34:8). Click here to contact John Safoyan for more info.

 

 
Bereans Online Bible Study

An in-depth Bible Study for all ages, meets over Zoom on Thursday evenings at 7:00PM. 

 

Bereans Class also meets online Thursdays at 7pm with Jesse Corti currently leading a study on Hebrews. Click here for the Zoom link. 

 

 
Mariners

Bible Study and Life Group for Ages 50+, Meets in Mears 3 & 4, 9:30am on Sundays.

 

Mariners Class offers friendship, family, and church in miniature. We search for God’s plan for our lives through sharing our daily struggles, helping carry each other’s burdens, studying God’s Word, and prayer. We are currently studying Galatians. Join us for conversation, prayer, and good coffee. Click here to contact deacon Tom Clark and learn more.

 

Women

We create opportunities for women to meet together in community, to grow spiritually, and encourage one another. There are various types of gatherings, big and small, throughout the year.

 

Women’s Bible Study

Wednesday mornings 9:30-11:00am via Zoom.

 

Join with a community of believers as we share in Bible study, discussion, and group prayer. Andrea Knox, second generation Sunday school teacher at FPCH, welcomes all to the Wed. morning Women’s Bible Study.

 

Contact Andrea Knox to receive the zoom link.

 
Women’s Book Club

Bi-monthly meetings via Zoom.

 

You’re invited to join our women’s book club which meets bi-monthly via Zoom to discuss great works of fiction, history, poetry, theology, and more! 

 

Contact Wanda Penner to receive the zoom link.

 

 

Men

 

Men’s Breakfasts

Connect with us at our next men’s breakfast for fellowship and to hear a message from God’s Word. There is usually an optional activity afterwards that you are welcome to join, such as a local hike or community project here on campus. Contact Tom Hartshorn for info on our next gathering.

 

Men’s Bible Study

*On temporary hiatus* This group meets weekly at 7:30am in Mears 1 to study God’s Word and grow in discipleship.

 

Other Activities

Men’s events and activities pop up throughout the year. In the future, we look forward to some fun outings as well as deepening friendships and accountability through smaller groups. 

 

Please contact Tom Hartshorn for more info on men’s ministry.    

 

Other Groups

 

Prayer Ministries

Zoom Prayer Meetings every Tuesday at 7pm, & Wednesday morning Prayer in Wylie Chapel, from 7-10am.

 

It is the vision of the Prayer Ministry to build a house of prayer for the Lord (Isaiah 56:7) at FPCH. We endeavor to unite God’s people in corporate and intimate personal prayer in order to worship the Lord our God, to encourage the hearts of God’s people, and to discern the will of God for His church and for our lives.

 

We gather together as a group seeking God’s will for any number of issues that are relevant for us personally and for the world today. All are welcome! Please click here to read more about our various prayer ministries at FPCH.

 

In Courage

Thursdays at 7-9pm in the FPCH Library and Middle Terrace

In Courage is a Christ-centered support group for all who struggle from past trauma, poor habits, depression, anger, anxiety, fear, and addiction. Alone we are powerless to change our lives and need Jesus to be the center of the restoration process. In Courage is a secure and confidential safe space. Through prayer and guided by biblical principles we begin this journey of restoration and healing.

In Hope – In Trust – In Prayer – Inspired – In Him – In Courage

 

“Therefore, confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so you may be healed.”
James 5:16

 

Contact Tom Hartshorn, with any questions, at thartshorn@fpch.org, 323-606-5223.

 

 

 

Grief Share

Grief Share meets in-person on Tuesday evenings, beginning September 17th – December 10th. Participants are welcome to join at any time during the 13 weeks. 

If you have suffered the loss of a loved one (spouse, parent, child, grandparent, or friend), please consider joining others to start the process of healing from grief to joy. Grief Share is a national Christ-centered program (griefshare.org) that uses a combination of informational DVDs, facilitated discussion, and a personal workbook to help grieving persons recover from the death of a loved one. The session is thirteen weeks, and there is a one-time $20 fee for your personal workbook to keep. There are no other costs to attend.

 

Please click on the link to register for the Fall: https://www.griefshare.org/groups/237539

 

Contact the facilitator, Tom Hartshorn, with any questions, at thartshorn@fpch.org, 323-606-5223.

 

 

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