Adult Studies, Classes & Small Groups

adult studies, classes, and small groups

God's plan is for us to grow up physically, to grow in relationships, to grow in our faith, and to grow in our relationship with God. But not all of these areas of growth come naturally. They require effort and intentionality. This is especially true of our growth in faith and discipleship. We grow in our faith as we worship, learn, and fellowship with other believers. We encourage you to participate in a study.

Studies are offered in the fall and spring. Our men's study runs year round.

first Frisco iron works men's group

Fridays, 6 - 7 am in the Gathering Area (just outside the Sanctuary)
Led by Rev. Mark Vowell

First Frisco Iron Works is a ministry for Christian men. It refers to the refining activity of God that is needed in the life of every Christian. Refining and forging require tremendous heat and intentional shaping. A tool that has been properly refined and forged is more effective, and less likely to break under pressure. Important point: Men who participate in this ministry are not the fire, or the hammer, or the anvil! We are the lump, being refined and shaped for God’s purposes For men, this process of spiritual refining and forging works best in the company of other men who are committed to the same goal. Join Pastor Mark on Fridays from 6-7 am in the Gathering Area. Currently, FFIW is studying "Hazards of Being a Man" by Jeffrey Edward Miller.

Facilitator: Rev. Mark Vowell
When: Fridays, 6 - 7 am year-round
Where: The Gathering Area (just outside the Sanctuary)

the book of job

Tuesdays, 7 pm, Sept. 20th - Nov. 15th
Led by Rev. Steve Robertson

Job is possibly the oldest book in the Bible, dating back to over 2000 B.C.  What is the meaning of this ancient book? While many believe it helps explain the nature of human suffering, it also asks a critical question of faith: Why do people worship God?

Join Pastor Steve in this eight-week exploration of one of the Bible’s most practical and insightful books.

Facilitator: Rev. Steve Robertson,
When: Tuesdays, 7 pm, Sept. 20th - Nov. 15th    Cost: $12
Where: The Chapel (one story red brick bldg.) + Online via Zoom
Childcare: Available by request during registration

the book of ruth

Wednesdays, 10:00 - 11:30 am, Oct. 5th - Nov. 9th
Led by Rebecca Campbell & Pat McClain

In this 7-session Bible Study, we’ll examine Ruth’s journey of unbearable loss, redeeming love, and divine legacy.  See how God proves Himself faithful as the One who rescues, revives, and restores.  

Facilitators: Rebecca Campbell & Pat McClain
When: Wednesdays, 9:30 - 11 am, Oct. 5th - Nov. 11th   Cost: No cost
Where: The Loft Classroom (2nd floor of Sanctuary bldg.) In person only
Childcare: Available by request during registration

divorcecare support group

Sundays, 5 - 6:30 pm, Sept. 11th - Dec. 11th
Led by Gary & Michele Brown

A Ministry of Care, Support, Healing, & Discipleship. Divorce Care is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce.  During this 13-week, video-based support group ministry, you will find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil.  You will also discover practical tools for good-decision-making.

Facilitators: Gary & Michele Brown, 
When: Sundays, 5 - 6:30 pm, Sept. 11th - Dec. 11th  Cost: $20 + S/H for workbook
Where: Ministries Bldg. Rm. 14 (one story red brick building)
Childcare: Available by request to

mops (mothers of preschoolers)

Bi-Monthly Mondays, 9:30 - 11:30 am, Beginning Sept. 19th

We're a fun, supportive, laid-back group of preschool mommas that do life together! Moms of kids ages 0 to Pre-Kinder meet about two Mondays a month in the Loft from 9:30-11:30. We enjoy a variety of inspiring speakers, engaging discussions, and fun activities. One thing remains constant, we are a sisterhood that truly supports each other! In addition to our bi-monthly meetings, additional group activities are also planned like our Moms Night Out get-togethers and pre-scheduled daytime group playdates for the kids. We also support various community outreach events and ministries.

When: Bi-Monthly Mondays,  9:30 - 11:30 am, Beginning Sept. 19thCost: $110 for the year
Where: The Loft (2nd floor of Sanctuary bldg.) Childcare: Limited availability
Email Susan Campbell for details on registration and childcare,

VETS: Veterans' support & discipleship 

Wednesdays, 7 - 8:30 pm (Ongoing)
Led by Dave Plotkowski

Facilitator: Dave Plotkowski,
When: Wednesdays 7 - 8:30 pm (Ongoing)
Where: Ministries Bldg. Rm. 14 (One story red brick building)
Childcare: Available by request during registration

Victor Echo Tango Mission: To provide hope, compassion and support to our fellow veterans  and their families; through the strength and gracious mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ, for in Christ we are never alone.

Activities and Programs
You are welcome to join us at any time as we gather in celebration and community. We are laid back and plan activities based on community and individual needs, and we are open to suggestions. Some activities include visiting the VA hospital, charitable fund raising, biking weekends, hunting trips, fishing and outreach opportunities.  Guided Bible study for Veterans and Veteran families.

Would you like to be a part of a new ministry being organized at First Frisco? Would you like to be a part of a loving, accepting group of Veterans who will gather to worship, study the Bible, fellowship, do mission projects, and enjoy outings and events with other Vets? Interested? Email Dave Plotkowski at

coffee with the pastor

Sunday, Oct. 9th, 10:00 am
Led by Rev. Steve Robertson

Do you want to know more about First Frisco? Pastor Steve Robertson invites you to join him on Sunday, October 9, at 10:00 AM for a very casual time of conversation about First Frisco United Methodist Church. This time of getting acquainted is specifically designed for guests and members who are new to First Frisco.

Facilitator: Rev. Steve Robertson,
Sunday, Oct. 9th, 10:00 am 
TBD  Childcare: Available


We'd love to hear from you.