5Fs Small Group Ministry
5Fs groups are a tradition at our church. They are small groups that gets together for fun, food, fellowship, friends, and faith. Usually 10-12 people form a group because of a common interest or life stage. The intent is to connect with friends and to grow in faith. Most meet once a month at the church or at someone’s home for a meal and faith discussion. One member says, “my friends in my 5Fs group have been there for me through life’s ups and downs.”
Greeting, Ushering, and Hospitality
Greeting, ushering, and serving with the Hospitality Committee are easy ways to become active in the life of FPCRO. Greeters begin welcoming members and visitors into our sanctuary about 20 minutes before the start of the 10:30 am service on Sunday. If you would like to serve as a greeter, sign up on the sheet located in the hallway across from the Christian Education Lobby reception desk. Ushers distribute worship bulletins to members and visitors as they enter the Evans Chapel or the Sanctuary and also collect the offering. If you would like to serve as an usher, please contact David Nelson.
The Deacons and Hospitality Committee host coffee hour and fellowship time on Sundays following
the worship services. They love to partner with others to help serve and welcome folks to our church.
To serve as a coffee hour host, sign up on the sheet in the Christian Education lobby near the
Prebys is an adult fellowship group that meets on the third Friday of the month, September through November, and March through May. The evening begins at 6 pm with punch and fellowship, then a sit-down dinner, followed by a program. For more information, contact Ron Gillham.
Fifth Sunday Potluck Luncheon
A congregational potluck luncheon is offered after the 10:30 am service in each month with a fifth Sunday. Everyone is welcome!
This group meets Thursday’s at 9 am year round. These talented crafters turn privately owned, pieced quilt tops into quilts. Money earned is spent on various projects that benefit the church.