Community Groups

Are you up for sharing food and fellowship with new friends? Or how about breaking it down and building it up again in Fitness Boot Camp? Or maybe your thing is joining together with others to grow, learn, and serve others? Check out the following Community Groups. Let us know if you have an idea for a new group! Contact TC Anderson to learn more.

Breaking Bread

Contact: TC Anderson
Groups of eight people (couples, singles, or a combination) come together four times over the year to share a meal. At the end of year, the groups gather for a meal and celebration. The groups are then shuffled for a new year of fellowship, food, and fun. 

The Bridge (singles, couples, and parents, 30-50+)

Contact: Kelly Dean
The Bridge has three focuses: spiritual, social, and service. The group meets regularly for fellowship, in gatherings and activities for families and for adults only. Its members also come together Sunday mornings at 10:30 for the Coffee: Grounds for Discussion study group. Often the group takes part in service projects either during Coffee Grounds time or at different times and locations.

Projects include cooking, baking, and/or decorating the First Pres PADS site and serving a variety of outside organizations.

Sign up for e-mails from The Bridge.


Contacts: Todd Smith and/or Bill Lyon
Join this group to ride bikes for fun and fitness. Bicyclists of all ages and abilities are welcome. Helmets are required. Complete the brief form to express your interest and join our e-mail list. This group requires a waiver for adult and youth participants.

Cycling Interest Form 

Fantasy Football League

Contact: TC Anderson
Stay tuned for next season! 

Fitness Boot Camp

Contact: Fernando Egea
You are invited to take part in a boot-camp-like fitness class each Saturday, 8:30-9:30 am in the First Pres Gym. Taught by church member Fernando Egea, this class will help you get in shape and stay fit. Drop in for this free class! This group requires a waiver for adult and youth participants.


Pathways (singles, couples, and parents, 20s & 30s)

Contact: Courtney Childs
There are many pathways in life as we grow in relationships with each other and God. Pathways at First Presbyterian is a social and service group for both families and individuals. Most of us are in our late 20s and 30s, but all are welcome. Here is a sampling of our monthly activities: Summer BBQ, a day at the race track, fall chili night, Christmas party, making cards for hospitalized church members, potluck dinner, off-site volunteer events, dinner at a local restaurant, and taking part in the First Pres Service Day. Some events are for adults only and some include the kids.

Sign up for e-mails from Pathways. 

Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women (PW) offers growth and friendship through daytime and evening circles to study and grow in faith and community. Circles meet monthly on the third Wednesday during the day, and one meets in the evenings on the third Tuesday of each month. “Gatherings” are held for special programs, and there are many opportunities to support the local and international missions. All women of the church are members, and are welcome anytime. To join a circle, contact the church office.

Stone Catchers

Contact: Katy Allen and/or Michele Holifield
A social justice group at First Pres! — If you have a passion for social justice issues and would like to be involved in a group that seeks to reflect Jesus’ teachings of mercy and grace through education, action, field trips, speakers, letter writing campaigns, and local activism opportunities, you are invited to join!

Sign up for e-mails from Stone Catchers.

More Groups for Fun and Fellowship

Contact: church office
Get involved in Just Friends (singles, 50+); Trendsetters (50+); Prime Time Live (PTL) (50s, 60s, & 70s); or the Golf League!

Contact the church office for more information at or 847-255- 5900.

Explore our Adult Education groups!