Explore with Pastor Cliff Graves what it means to be part of the Fair Oaks church family. Learn about the history of the Christian church, Presbyterian beliefs and distinctives, how to get connected to others and find your place of service. There will be an opportunity to be received as a church member at the conclusion.
You may take the class on September 17 or 24 and then give your testimony of how you came to faith in Christ on October 1 or 8 in a small group.
This is the last opportunity to become a member before we vote for our Senior Pastor.
Dates: Sundays, September 17 or 24 (class) & October 1 or 8 (testimony)
Time: 10:30 – 11:30am
Location: High School Assembly Room (2nd floor of the KAY Center)
For more information, contact Sherry Brockmyer at ext. 876.
For parents of 7th – 12th graders.
Come find out what’s happening this fall!
10:45 or 11:45 AM
High School Room
Guest speaker, Betty Vosters-Kemp from Avalon Hearing Center, will give a presentation on hearing loss and how it affects people and their families. Visitors are always welcome.
We all need a plan for our money. Financial Peace University (FPU) is that plan! It teaches God’s ways of handling money. Through video teaching by Dave Ramsey, class discussions and interactive small group activities, FPU presents biblical, practical steps to get from where you are to where you’ve dreamed you could be. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more!
9-week class starting October 8
Sundays mornings, 10:30 AM
(No class on November 26.)
Coordinated by Hannah Hurley
Note: This class will be using the FLEX format (watching the videos at home then coming together for discussion and community). All attendees will have access to the weekly class video online that they can watch at their convenience before our Sunday meeting time. This allows for more focused discussion of the course content and classroom exercises (and overall camaraderie/accountability).
Registration: $93 (plus shipping) per family unit and includes all class materials and a lifetime membership.
What is Ditch the Parents? DTP is for infants-8th grade. From the games and activities, to the food, it is all about kids and fun! Kids meet in their designated classrooms then rotate from one great activity to the next during the entire event. Kids 5th-8th grade have a DTP specialized just for them! High energy games, food and snacks, hang out time and best of all, no little kids allowed!
Sound good? Pre-registration is required. Cost: $15 per child/ $40 family max. We must have the new 2017-2018 school year Medical-Liability Release on file and payment before reservation is confirmed. So we can better prepare, registration closes at 5 PM on the Wednesday before the event – sorry, no exceptions.
For the most part, we cannot accommodate special requests. If you request that your children not be separated, please note that the older child will go into the younger sibling’s classroom. Otherwise, all children will be assigned to their age-appropriate classroom. We must have at least two weeks advance notice to accommodate special requests.
This will be a very special time of worship and teaching focused on hope and healing.
Led by the FOPC Contemporary Worship teams with special guests…
- James Bolton, Gospel recording artist
- Ruthie Bolton, inspirational speaker, National basketball star athlete, and Olympic gold medalist
She will be share about domestic violence and her story of hope in overcoming abuse.
Expanded childcare is available for infants through 6th grade.
7 PM in the Family Life Center
Women’s Fellowship & Outreach (Non-Vendor)
Handmade crafts & seasonal items!
- Table runners
- Wall hangings
- Bags & totes
- Hats, scarves, gloves
- Baby items
- Kitchen accessories
- Oldies but goodies
- Vintage jewelry
- Live music
- Lunch & baked goods
- and much more!
We have something for everyone.
All proceeds benefit mission projects.