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Adult Programs

Adult Education engages members, friends, and the wider Greenwich community in the lifelong pursuit of knowledge. FPCG's faith and discipleship grow through programs support the deepening of our faith and the intensifying of our commitment to our Christian mission. The curriculum has traditionally pursued three themes or areas of study:  The Word, Christian Life, and the Arts. We explore current events, the arts, history, gender issues, parenting, and a broad range of topics that help us to dive deeper in our faith as we engage our hearts and minds in great conversation.

Women's Book Group

The FPCG Women’s Book Discussion Group meets once a month on a Friday morning.  We gather at 9:15 am for a chance to get some coffee and chat,  and the book discussion takes place from 9:30 to 10:30 am.  The group meets in the Church Library on the 4th floor.


The group was formed to offer a fellowship opportunity for women of the church.  The book selections are mostly fiction, but are interspersed with non-fiction selections of topical interest.  New members who like to read and discuss books are always welcome.


The book group is led by Colleen Giambo: (203) 622-0269, or

Upcoming dates and books 

  • January 20    – Olga Dies Dreaming by Xochitl Gonzalez

  • February 17   – Out of Darkness by Shining Light, by Petina Gappah

  • March 17      – Demon Copperhead  by Barbara Kingsolver

  • April 14        – Horse by Geraldine Brooks

Faith Around the Bible (FAB) 

FAB is a multigenerational women's group that meets weekly in the library for conversation and fellowship.  Join the ladies of FAB as they explore the lives of Biblical women including Deborah, Ruth, Esther, and Elizabeth. With the help of a DVD series, the group will discuss the raw and revealing stories of these women and how their lives are relevant to us, today. For information or to RSVP, email

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