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Community Groups

Community Groups, open to all,  are small groups intentionally formed within our FCCGE faith community to bring together people with similar interests in an effort to foster cohesiveness and connection. Right now, we have 15 active groups with many more forming all the time. There are 3 categories, based on level of commitment.

Serve the World

Off-site opportunities to serve our own community and the communities near-by. (Watch for new opportunities in the Fall of 2017)

Serve the Church

Would you like to help out at church but don’t have the time for long term commitments? Try out ushering, greeting, serving Communion or hosting the Welcome Table. Easy. Quick. Fun.

Children and Youth

Click here to register for child and youth activities, register for church school or sign up to help out with the children on Sunday mornings.

Fellowship

Social opportunities, like  Tower Hill Family Camp and our monthly All-Church Dinners, with church friends old and new.  Most involve eating, which, you know, is a good thing.

Music

Want to sing or play an instrument in worship? Sign up for our Angel Choir (for 4-7 year olds) or contact our director of music ministry, Michele Hecht, to inquire about youth and adult choirs. You can also visit our music page for much more information!

Join the Church

What does it mean to join a church? Be a member? Want to know when the next information session or joining Sunday is? Maybe you’ve already attended an info session and are ready to join. Click above.

Give

Donate to FCCGE or pledge for the upcoming year.

 

 
 

 

 
 
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