Romans 12: 2-4 says, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.”
FPC Transforms is our Adult Christian Education program for Sunday mornings. It seeks to equip all of our members, from college-aged through our senior congregants, with quality Sunday morning classes that will be part of the transformation process as our church endeavors to, “make more people, more like Christ.”
To see a course sampling of classes offered prior to 2020, please click here.
Current Course Offerings
January 8 – February 19, 2023:
“What Makes a Church Presbyterian?” Taught by the Elders in the CLC Auditorium. There are dozens of different types of Christian churches. What makes a church Presbyterian? In this class, the FPC elders will explain some characteristics of Presbyterian churches.
“Christianity 101” Co-taught by Dan O’Connell and Michael Colaneri in CLC 12/13. A basic overview of the faith. Good for all people, but particularly helpful for those new to the church or faith and people curious about Christianity.
February 26 – April 2, 2023:
“Lament” Taught by Hannah Cohen.
April 16 – June 11, 2023:
“Church History from the Reformation.” Taught by Russ Risden. Learn about modern church history through the lives of significant individuals of the time. Learn from these historical figures as they struggled to follow Christ in an ever-changing world.
Previous Course Offerings
April 24 – June, 2022:
“The Gospel and Gender Identity” Co-taught by Greg Hills and Rob Joss in the CLC Auditorium.
Starting July 3, 2022:
“Ministry that Encourages” led by Marion Clark using his book by the same title. Please note this is a summer class which means there is no childcare or children’s Sunday School. An informal setting is expected and encouraged.