Bible Studies

First Presbyterian Church actively encourages participation in weekly Bible Studies. Our goal is to have the congregation grow in faith and understanding of God’s word and to use it daily.

Bible Studies begin  again in September!  See below for several options.  We hope you will find one that works for you!

Sunday Night
6:30PM Library
Contact: Bill Jourdan at beerplumber@gmail.com
Current topic:  Finishing the Book of Ezekiel; Next study: the Book of Romans
Ours is a different kind of study that perhaps many may find interesting. We read each scripture verse, then go back to find other scripture related to the particular verse just read. As we proceed and digest each verse, much discussion is generated. A lot of enjoyable time is spent doing this. We all learn as we grow.

Monday Afternoon beginning September 10
3PM Library or south end basement classroom
Studying the book:  “Faith and Creeds” by Alister McGrath
Leaders:  David Layman, Fred Powell

Monday Evening beginning September 10
7PM at the home of Bob and Trish Moore
17446 Trailview Circle, Noblesville
Contact Bob Moore at bobtrishmoore@sbcglobal.net for more info

Wednesday Evening (ongoing)
7:00PM -8:15 PM in the first basement classroom (south end).
Leader:  Ed Adams edandjudy@1000hours.com
Transform Belief to Behavior by Dr. Jim Kok
We encourage input from all attendees about the current topic. We also have a time for prayer requests and usually have snacks and coffee brought by different individuals. All are invited to attend.

Thursday Evening (Beginning September 6):

6PM-7PM in the first basement classroom (south end)
Leader:  Michael Davis
Studying the Book of Acts

Thursday Evening

7PM in the first basement classroom (south end)
Leader:  Brian Wuerch

Westminster Circle (ages 60+)
Westminster Circle has a long tradition at FPC.  It is a under the umbrella of Presbyterian Women.  The monthly meetings (third Tuesday at the month at 1pm) focus on fellowship, devotion, and Bible study using the Presbyterian Women’s magazine Horizon.  Meetings start with dessert, a short business meeting and then devotion and Bible study.