Adult Spiritual Formation

We encourage you to find a place here to connect with other believers outside of a Sunday morning worship time. We have groups that meet throughout the week to enjoy each others company and grow our faith together. Some are topical studies, others are more focused on personal faith formation, no matter what you need, we are sure there is a place here for you to connect and grow.
 

  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.
 
 
 

Live-able: The Discipleship Gospel (A Discipleship Study)

At FPC Moorestown, we strive to be a congregation of disciples who make disciples. The message we preach and the message we hear determines the disciple we’ll become and the disciples we become. For sixteen Sundays, we’ll closely examine the “discipleship gospel”, what Jesus preached and what we must do — using the Gospel of Mark.
 
 

Church Membership

We are offering a new 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 Interim Director of Congregational Ministries, Peter Jonescu at 856.235.1588 x 101 with questions.

The (Un)simple Truth

Our Adult Spiritual Formation series.

It’s not easy to follow Christ in a world of polarizing extremes. How do we love God and our neighbors in a time when cancel culture and divisive rhetoric are the norm? Members and guests joined us as we explored how God’s Word gives us an alternative way to navigate our world and relationships.
 

GRACISM: The Art of Inclusion 

FPC Moorestown and the Converge Church.

When people deal with color, class or culture in a negative way, that’s racism. We can look at color, class and culture in a positive way. That’s “gracism.”