Small Groups

Being part of a small group is one of the BEST ways to connect with people at Faith Church. The weekly and monthly groups listed below are open to drop-in participants, and information on the short-term groups can be obtained by calling or emailing Sharon Morrison. Please refer to online calendar to confirm meeting dates or call the church office.


Bulletin Assembly Preparation
A group which gathers weekly for conversation and fellowship while they fold, assemble and keep current the Sunday morning bulletins, a vital communication tool for our congregation.
Meets: Friday mornings, 10:00-11:30 a.m., in the Conference Room
Coordinator: Sally Rutz

Women’s Lectionary Bible Study
Develop a better understanding of our Sunday worship scripture readings in a small group setting. Come to this group to read and discuss the upcoming lessons and Gospel readings.
Meets: Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30 a.m. in the Conference Room
Resource: The Revised Common Lectionary Bible Study by Paraklete Press of California, $10, available at class
Facilitator: Ruth Pihlaja


Knitting and Crocheting for Others
Come join the fun! A place to do knitting and crocheting together, get assistance or get started learning. Projects will be made with the intention to give to those in need.
Meets: 1st Thursdays each month, in the Big Room, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Coordinator: Judi Hill

Senior Lunch Bunch
For Seniors and others who are interested in the day’s topic, a monthly gathering for lunch, followed by presentations by invited speakers. Bring your sack lunch. Coffee and tea are provided. We gather the 3rd Tuesday each month, Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Coordinator: Fred Campbell-Craven

If you like to get your hands dirty and work with the earth, join us in tending to God’s garden here at Faith Church.
Meets: Second Saturday of the Month 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Leader: Tim Daust


Education for Ministry

A 4-year curriculum– enrollment is for one year at a time. Some students go through all four years in a row, others take some time off between years before returning to their next year of study. The course includes Old and New Testaments, Church history, theological ideas and reflections connecting faith with life experience. Individuals are taught to think critically about their theological views and take leadership in thought, word and deed.
Coordinator: Sharon Morrison


The Order of the Daughters of the King
A religious lay order for women, who come together monthly to support one another as they follow a Rule of Life that focuses on prayer, service and evangelism. Those interested in participating may arrange to attend a meeting as a guest to learn more.
Coordinator: Judi Hill