---Adult Ministries


Our February Classes.

In anticipation of our Lenten book series Not A Fan, our 3-week February class is called ‘Discipleship for the Real World’. We’ll be exploring the intersection between faith and work on February 9, 16 and 23.

Lenten Small Groups.

This year we’re reading ‘Not A Fan’ by Kyle Idleman. ‘Not A Fan’ is all about discipleship and challenges us to get honest about our relationship with Christ. Are we fans of Jesus or committed followers? What’s the difference and why does it matter? It’s a straight-forward read for all stages of faith, yet it’s dense with stories from Scripture and thought-provoking questions. Group discussions are going to be GOOD. Lenten groups are offered on different days and times throughout the week.


  Small Groups   Get connected and get small.

There is something about a getting together with a smaller group of Christians where the power and presence of the Spirit really show up.  Lives are changed by God when we can be honest and vulnerable about our faith with each other.



Sunday School


It’s not just for kids, and its not really school. Between services, we offer focused classes based around God’s Word. 


---Leader Spotlight





Tom and Ann McBride


“Our small group was born from a coffee held at our house during the renewal weekend last Spring. The group provides a time for us to ‘dig deeper’ into the sermons we hear on Sundays and to offer encouragement and prayer support to each other.  Sharing our stories of faith is a true blessing.” 



--- Our Leaders


Ken Peacock Memorial Lectures


Ken was a pillar for theological thinking at FPC. In his memory, we bring in top thinkers to speak about relevant and interesting topics. 

Presbyterian Women

There is a long history of Presbyterian women advocating for change and for faith. All women are welcome. 


Friday Nighters

One Friday Night a month, we have dinner,  spend time together as the church, and hear from a speaker.

---Church Membership


We are offering a new small group membership experience. 

Everyone is welcome at any event or in any group, but becoming a member is about saying “I want to belong here.” In membership, the church family makes a deeper commitment to each other.  Please contact Pastoral Assistant, Kelly LePenske at (856) 235-1688 x 101 or klepenske@fpcmoorestown.org with questions.