Weekly Discipleship Offerings

Spiritual growth and worship continue throughout the week with First Presbyterian Church-Kingwood’s Weekly Bible Study Groups. FPC-Kingwood offers a variety of bible studies to help our congregation members learn more about the word of God, as well as how to live their lives as a disciple of Jesus Christ. Bible study also provides a great fellowship opportunity for our members.

Sisters In Christ
A women’s Bible study group that meets in the Conference Room from 9:30 – 11:30 on Saturday mornings.  Starting October 29th through December 16th, the group will be doing a Beth Moore study, Stepping Up: A Journey through the Psalms of Ascent.  Contact Helen Doyle – [email protected] – for more information.

The Dawn Patrol
This Bible study with FPC-Kingwood Senior Pastor Dr. Jim Davis Rev. Chad Erb meets at 7:00 AM Monday mornings in the Conference Room.

Retired Men’s Discussion Group: Are you retired and looking for a great way to grow in your faith, build relationships and have a weekly time of prayer, study and fellowship?  We meet every Thursday from 10:30am – 12pm in the Conference Room and always go out for lunch after the Bible study.  This group is open to any retired men in the church and their friends. We have a lively conversation about the Bible, and typically choose a whole book of the Bible to study at a time.  In the past, we                         have studied, Isaiah, Joshua, Genesis, Exodus, Acts and most recently Hebrews.  If you are interested in joining this group, come to the main office area on Thursday and join us, or email Pastor Mark at [email protected]      

Men’s Life
During the fall and spring semesters, Men’s Bible Study meets Friday mornings in the Fellowship Hall at 6 a.m. This year, our tenth at FPC-Kingwood, focuses on the Wisdom of a Man: from whence comes the wisdom men need to navigate life, how do we use that wisdom with our current life, and how do we pass on that wisdom to the next generation.  If you are a young man, father, husband and need to get a handle on how to be the best you can be, join us!  If you are a mature man who can share the wisdom of your years (and tell the young guys what NOT to do), join us!  Hot coffee will be ready and a hearty breakfast available.  Questions?   Mark Smith  at [email protected]

Monday Footsteps
Monday Footsteps is a multi-generational women’s life and Bible study group that meets on Monday’s during the school year and conducts a separate Summer Women’s Bible Study as well. Meetings are held from 9:30-11:00 am in the Parlor on Mondays.  Nursery is available.  Contact Nancy Mehlert at [email protected] or Victoria Martinez at [email protected] for questions and information.
Studies for 2019 are:
30 Life Principles by Charles Stanley – A study of the principles needed to have a lifetime of spiritual success and avoid the traps of ineffectiveness and spiritual misery. This study lends itself very well for women to join us at any time as each lesson can stand alone. This study will be ongoing for the Spring season through Monday, May 20, stop for the summer and then resume again in September following Labor Day for the Fall season.
Discerning the Voice of God by Priscilla Shirerthis Summer Women’s Bible Study is an interactive, as Priscilla teaches us how to gain practical advice for knowing and understanding God’s voice through His Word.  She will challenge us to a daily discipline of Bible study, and help us to recognize the Holy Spirit’s character, language and tone of voice.  We will meet for 7 sessions on June 10,17,24 and July 1,8,15 and 22. Cost is $13 and nursery is available with a reservation.

Wednesday Footsteps
September – April from 9:30-11:00 A.M. Join this multi-generational group of women for fellowship, mission adventures, small group Bible study and life application.

The study for 2019-20 is The Challenges of Womanhood I: Studies on Women of the Bible, a 24-week series on 14 Old Testament women such as Eve, Rahab, Peninnah, Hannah and Job’s wife, and 10 New Testament women such as Mary, Anna, Lydia, and the Samaritan woman. This discussion-provoking study is great as it addresses topics such as “Making Time our Friend,” “Constructive and Destructive Forces,” “Walking Through a Crisis,” and “Simplicity.”

Introduction by Dub Crook to the study will take place on September18 at 10:00am in the Choir Room.

Regular class schedule will start on September 25:

9:30 Fellowship & coffee – Bell Choir Room

9:45 Praise, prayers and pre-talk in large group – Choir Room

10:00 – 11:00 Small group study in areas assigned to group

Contact Ginny Crook [email protected] for more information.