There are opportunities for people of all ages and interests to find a place to connect at Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church. Click on the following links and see how we can help you get connected.Agape The mission of AGAPE is to encourage a church wide conversation about the meaning of Christ's command to love one another. To recognize and advance: Justice, Inclusion and Diversity through study and learning, self-reflection, example and fellowship. The purpose is to achieve an open, welcoming, and safe place of worship that has a positive impact in the lives of parishioners and the community at large. We hope that we will then become a church known throughout the presbytery as a model of the best Christianity has to offer. This group meets at the church, but occasionally at someone's home, at least once a quarter on the second Thursday of the month (more frequently if we are conducting a project). Contact Mike Fazzini or Chip Crawford. (This group is currently on hiatus.)
Bridge Group Meets at the church for fun and fellowship on the second Friday of each month at 7:30 pm. Contact Ruby RalickiCommunity Bible Study (CBS) If you are looking for a Bible study, consider joining several other FCPC members for Community Bible Study (CBS). The group meets on Thursday mornings from 9:15-11:15 am at Eastminster Presbyterian Church. Childcare is available, but space is limited. Please contact Kim Power for more information about this group. Check out the CBS Website for more information about the Community Bible Study organization and for curriculum information.
Friday Morning Book Group This is an adult intergenerational group that meets in a caring atmosphere in which every opinion is valued and respected. The purpose is to read and discuss books that have a spiritual dimension to help us grow in our faith journey. We meet every Friday during the school year (except holidays) from 9:00-10:00 am in the lounge. Contact Dorothy Hill
H2O Worship Team Our purpose is to provide a place where members of our church with musical talents can minister to others before the Lord with a servant's heart. Practices are Saturdays at 10:00 am and Sunday at 8:15 am in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Rob Krogh
Job Search and Career Transition This group helps job seekers and those in career transition with resume preparation, interview skills, professional networking, health and spiritual wellness. Contact Chip Crawford
Knitting Group Meets at the church to knit and crochet items such as prayer shawls and baby blankets for outreach and mission. You may join on Mondays, 1:00-3:30 pm in the Library or create your project at home. Contact Ruby RalickiYoga Foundations Meets most Tuesday at the church from 7:15-8:30 pm. Suggested donation of $4 per person per session to cover costs. Call the church for a schedule. Contact Ruby Ralicki If current contact information is not listed above, just call the church office and we'll get you connected! 412.963.824