Discovering our Spiritual Gifts
Starts March 10
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What are your spiritual gifts? We all have gifts and talents given to us by God! To help you discover your own spiritual gifts and put them into action in the church and in the community, this spring First Presbyterian Church is launching a multi-part, multi-option Spiritual Gifts program.
1. Myers Briggs for Spiritual Gifts
A three-session workshop led by Steve Hasley
Session 1: March 10, 7 PM in person* or 2 PM via Zoom
- identify our gifts and explore where to use them
Session 2: March 24, 7 PM in person* or 2 PM via Zoom
- explore how to nurture our gifts through Spiritual
Session 3: four months later
- celebrate our journey together nurturing Spiritual Gifts
A six-week, small group led by Pastor Lisa
Available in person* or via Zoom
The Enneagram is a personality typing system. We will use the book, The Road Back to You, by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile to explore Enneagram personality types and develop a deeper knowledge of ourselves, as well as compassion for others and love for God.
3. My (Gift) Fit
Sharing your own spiritual gifts with the church
* Beginning the week of April 5th
* Andrea Siebold will help you complete the on-line church database in
your profile (one-on-one sessions)
To register for any of these Spiritual Gifts programs, click here
With questions, contact Andrea Siebold, 843.681.3696.
For information about Bible Studies
with Pastors Lisa and Will
To see the FPC Calendar of Events
for the Week Ahead, click here.
Adult Sunday School
Meets via Zoom on Sundays at 11:30 AM
To participate, contact Judy Pizzuti, or 843-422-3797
(Class members purchase their own books)
The JOY Group SS class is doing a Lenten Study. It's scheduled on Zoom on Thursdays, February 18 - April 1, at 4 PM.
Living in the Word
Meets via Zoom on Sundays at 9:30 AM
To participate, send an email to Rich Allen,
6-part Lenten series: ‘I AM’ – 7 Powerful Claims of Christ
Feb. 21 – ‘The Bread of Life’ – Text: John 6:1-59; [Ex. 16:1-18]
Question: What ‘bread’ does Christ offer for us to experience a full and abundant spiritual life?
Feb. 28 – ‘The Light of the World’ – Text: John 8:12-59; [John 9:1-12]
Goal: Recognize Jesus’ ‘light of truth’ guiding you through a dark place.
Mar. 7 – ‘The Gate and Good Shepherd’ – Text: John 10:1-21; [9:13-41]
Question: How does Christ demonstrate He is the ‘good shepherd’ and ‘gate’ for His sheep?
Mar. 14 – ‘The Resurrection and the Life’ – Text: John 11:1-44; [Romans 8:18-38]
Goal: Note that through every difficult experience Jesus remains with us, demonstrating the power of His resurrection.
Mar. 21 – ‘The Way, the Truth, and the Life’ – Text: John 14:1-31; [John 12:22-33; John 13:1-38]
Question: How does Jesus guide us through our fears?
Mar. 28 – ‘The True Vine’ – Text: John 15:1-17; [Exodus 3:1-17]
Goal: Discover that a life that produces good fruit comes through being rooted in Jesus.
Meets via Zoom on Wednesdays at 4:30 PM
This class is taught by David Lauderdale
To register and receive Zoom information, email Susan Brannon,
Work in Progress
Meets via Zoom on Sundays at 8:30 AM
To participate, contact Richard Burnette,
Adult Programs During the Week
Men's Bible Study
Meets via Zoom on Wednesdays at 9:00 AM
To participate, contact Jim Wood,
Meets via Zoom on the second Monday of the month.
For information and to participate, contact Carol Nicewinter,
Off Island Circle
Meets in person the third Monday of every month.
During 2020/2021, the focus for conversation is “Reflection on Ageing”
Being a member of a circle is a way to connect to FPC and experience
the warm fellowship and support of other women.
Meets the third Monday of each month ( September thru May)
For more information, contact Jennifer Alexander, 770-354-1191
Spiritual Exercise (SpEx)
Meets via Zoom on Wednesdays at 10:30 AM
Spiritual Exercise - ‘SpEx’ - prioritizes open and honest discussion on faith issues and questions in a supportive and inquisitive environment. Discussions are undergirded by books chosen by group consensus. New members are welcome.