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The First Church family comes together in classes, programs and various small groups to support one another on our spiritual journeys. In addition to those listed, special programs are offered throughout the year on biblical topics, Christian spirituality, theology and other issues of current interest.
1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30 am, in the Library
Informal discussion group led by Bruce Milne. Topics are solicited from the group and are often generated by issues that arise in the Men’s Bible Study group. In addition to the Bible, topics generally involve theology, doctrine, church history and range from informational to respectfully controversial. Coffee is available.
New members are always welcome!
2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00 am, in the Library
This Bible study group is led by church member Phil Landis. New members are always welcome.
Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00 AM, in the Parlor
The women who meet Wednesday mornings represent diverse walks of life and different world views. We share a lively interest in exploring the Bible and a desire to find daily relevance in Scripture. We provide a safe place to share your joys, as well as your challenges. All are very welcome. For more information please contact Patty Reddy at PatReddy@deltaformsltd.com, or simply join us on Wednesday.
2nd Tuesday of the month, 12 noon, in the Friendship Lounge
Circle 7 meets once a month from September through April. Our get-togethers feature a luncheon followed by a program. Circle 7 is open to any woman seeking Christian fellowship. Guests are welcome to join us at 1:00 p.m. for our program.
Every other month at various times and locations
The FCC Social Club provides fellowship opportunities and builds community among church members. The club is made up of singles and couples ages 30-45 years, approximately. The group gathers about every other month at a local venue or member's home. Although events change year to year, some past events have included serving at the St. Vincent Meal Program with a potluck following, progressive dinners, bowling night, Milwaukee Oktoberfest gathering and lots more.
Prayer shawls are a tangible symbol that God’s care surrounds us when we are hurting. Shawls are kept in a box in the Christian Education Office and are available to all. You are invited to give a shawl to a friend or family member who is ill, grieving or troubled.
1st Saturday of the Month, 10AM – 12 noon, in the Library
Women of all ages and levels of ability create knitted prayer shawls for the church’s prayer shawl ministry and caps for newborn babies.
If you are unable to attend the Saturday sessions, feel free to take a prayer shawl kit from the Atrium. Kits contain yarn and knitting instructions. Crochet instructions are also provided. We are always opens to other suggestions for knitting projects that would benefit church members or people in need.
To discuss an idea or to learn more about the knitting club, please contact Pat Reddy at email@example.com.
Tuesday evenings, May through early August
Through the Wauwatosa Recreation Department, the church sponsors an adult softball team that plays on Tuesday evenings at Hart Park and Whitman Field. Contact Scott Rondeau at 262-252-3444 if you are interested in playing.