Adult & Family Ministries

GIFT (Generations in Fellowship Together)

Second Wednesday of each month, 5:30pm
Fellowship Hall

GIFT is a monthly potluck group that meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 5:30-6:30pm in our Fellowship Hall. We pray, eat together, and share in our “glads and sads” for the month behind us or the months ahead.

All people are invited to bring a dish to share for 15-20 people and join us in this fellowship  opportunity. This is a great way to get to know other members of the church in a casual, fun, and relaxed environment.

Connections

Wednesdays, 6:30pm in the Chapel

In our Connections class, participants engage in interactive, engaging, and thought-provoking adult education led by Pastor Brian. Study topics vary, and range from studies of Bible books to a brief history of the Crusades…and everything in between! Connections meets from 6:30-7:30pm on Wednesdays. Contact Brian Maguire for more information.

Fourth Friday Family Pizza Dinners

Fourth Friday of each month, 5:30pm
Marion’s Pizza on Shroyer Road

Family dinners are planned monthly, for families of all shapes, sizes, and ages! Families of one, two, or twenty are invited to join us on the fourth Friday of each month for dinner out and fellowship together. Dinners are child-friendly (in fact, we want them!) and casual. We typically meet at Marion’s Pizza on Shroyer Road, but contact the church office at 299-3539 for information on any changes or cancellations.

Theology on Tap

First and third Fridays of each month, 5:00 p.m.
Eudora Brewing Company, Kettering

Come and join us for fellowship, theological conversation both profound and inane, and shared enjoyment of the original purpose for grain (or such other beverages as you may prefer) on the first and third Fridays of each month with Pastor Brian at Eudora Brewing Company in Kettering. Topics from recent discussions have included how many angels may stand on a pin (answer: nine); the nature of Biblical hermeneutics (answer: it’s complicated); the coolest sounding word in the Bible (answer: Tohu Wa Wohu); and, the relative clerical fashion sense of various denominational traditions (answer: Ethiopian Coptics win hands down). Join us for reverence and revelry as we share together our own myopic insights into the great cloud of unknowing as we follow our Lord Jesus in sharing together in good conversation and drink. *Note: Sometimes during nicer months, ToT will meet on the church patio. Contact the church office to confirm the location!

Women of Fairmont

Women of Fairmont (WOF) play a vital role in the life of our church. Their purpose is to nurture faith through prayer, Bible study, fellowship and service to the community, both locally and nationwide. WOF are connected to the larger church through their participation in the Presbyterian Women of the Presbytery of the Miami Valley, the Synod of the Covenant and the Presbyterian Church USA. Read more

Fairmont Men’s Group

The Fairmont Men’s Group is open to all men whether they are members of the church or not.   The gatherings provide a wonderful time of fellowship and always great food. The Lenten Breakfasts also provide nourishment for the soul.  Come and enjoy the Fairmont Men’s Group. Read more