Sunday morning Sunday School, 10:00-10:50 each Sunday between Labor Day and Memorial Day First Presbyterian offers three distinct adult classes each Sunday morning. Some classes are large, some are small. Some are lecture based, others are more discussion based. Classes are primarily led by church members who feel called to lead their peers in this way and to grow in faith together.
Agape Class (formerly the Chapel and the Forum classes)
Meets in Room 101, main building. Disciples, Donuts, and Discussion in a traditional Bible study using the Present Word. Fellowship begins at 9:45am. Led by class members. Contact: Becky Jones
Meets in the Room 305, main building. Studies scripture as it applies to our present day. Video series used. Contact: Barbara Jamison
Bible and Breakfast
The Bible and Breakfast Sunday School class meets in Boney Hall in the Cameron Center. Breakfast is served beginning at 9:45am followed by a time of fellowship and Bible study relating to current events. Parents and children may share breakfast together before the children head off to their own Sunday School classes. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Connie Hawkins.
FPC 101 New Members Class is held 2 times a year during the Sunday education hour and includes history of the church, Presbyterian Polity, church ministries and opportunities for service. It is led by staff and volunteers and is open to visitors and members alike.
Additional Groups and Resources
This is a small group for women of all ages. It is a caring community that nurtures faith through reflecting on the Biblical text for the upcoming Sunday’s sermon. They meet Thursday mornings at 9:15 in room 305. Leader: Ginny Holderness
The Averette Lecture is an endowed annual lecture series at First Presbyterian Church. Each January a well renowned preacher or scholar visits First Presbyterian Church for a weekend. In addition to offering a lecture, the Averette speaker, preaches at Sunday morning worship services. This annual lecture provides the First Presbyterian Church family with exposure to issues outside of the Wilmington area and facing the Church today.
Read more about the Averette Lectures.
View recent lectures.
The church offers many opportunities for adults to grow and learn both through the resources on our Adult Education Resources page and here at church. We believe that our Christian Education never ends. We have never arrived as disciples of Christ but are always learning and growing in our faith and life.