FPCRO Fellowship Activities

We envision an authentic, inclusive Christian community of deep and lasting connections by:

  • Creating a warm and welcoming environment
  • Participating in mutual hospitality
  • Engaging in caring and healing relationships
  • Experiencing fellowship which connects us to the life of the church, including Worship, Christian Education, and Mission.

October Womens Retreat 079 2Women's Retreat September 2013How do I get involved? Because we are called by God’s love in Jesus Christ, we have an abundance of opportunities for fellowship and community in God’s Spirit. Our fellowship activities for adults are described below. For information on our fellowship activities for children and youth, please visit the pages for Kids in Christ, mid highs, and senior highs. If you are interested in joining one of our choirs, please visit our choir pages.

5 Fs

5Fs small groups typically meet once a month to celebrate and participate in the 5Fs-faith, fellowship, friendship, food and fun-in a variety of ways. Members of 5Fs groups have the opportunity to build close relationships with fellow members, discuss topics of interest that deepen their faith, and enjoy lots of great food! Groups generally are made up of 10 adults, meeting either at the church or at a church member’s home.

09 2012 pg 6 fifth SundayFifth Sunday Fellowship

A congregational-wide potluck luncheon offered after the 10:30 service on the last Sunday of each month with a fifth Sunday. Activities vary. Everyone is welcome! 


Knitters meet on Wednesdays in the church library from 4:30-6 pm for wonderful fellowship together. Our church also provides yarn to make sweaters, hats, mittens, scarves, preemie hats, baby blankets, and lap robes. The completed items for adults, children and infants are then contributed to a variety of mission organizations. For more information, email Evada Brown at evadabrown@att.net.



Presbys 1 resized 2 ASThis is a fellowship group primarily for those 50 and older. They meet once a month September through May for dinner and a program on the 3rd Friday of the month at 6:00 pm. For more information, email Ron Gillham at rgillham@comcast.net.


This group meets each Thursday all year long in Cornell Lounge at 9:00 am. These talented crafters turn privately owned, pieced quilt tops into quilts. The money earned is then spent on various projects that benefit the church. For more information, contact Jackie Davis at 248-655-0460.

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