The Fellowship Committee hosts a wide variety of events.  Below is a list of some of these activities.

Wednesday Night Fellowship

Please join your church family for Wednesday Night Suppers every week at 6 p.m. in the Memorial Fellowship Hall. Meals are $7.00 (ages 10 and up), $3.00 (ages 9 and below), and there is a $25.00 family maximum. Please contact the church office or click the Reservations button below every Monday by noon to make dinner reservations. The suppers are offered in the fall, winter, and spring.


Make Reservations Online

Reserve your spot at Wednesday Night Supper online using the button below. You can pay for your meal at the church office or the night of. Click the Reservation button to reserve online now.



Genesis Ringers

4:30 pm
Bell Room

Choristers (1st-5th)

5:00 pm
Grace Room

Christian Ed (3K-5K)

5:00 pm
Room 215

Cherubs (3K-5k)

5:30 pm
Grace Room

Christian Ed (1st-3rd)

5:30 pm
Room 215

Christian Ed (4th-5th)

5:30 pm
Room 219


Bible Study

5:15-6:00 pm
Fellowship Hall

Chancel Choir

6:45 pm
Chancel Choir Room


All ages are invited to relax, rejuvenate, and fellowship in the beautiful mountain setting of the Assembly Inn in Montreat, NC, March 20-22, 2020. Rev. Jessie Holler, Interim Pastor for Manning Presbyterian Church, will lead our weekend retreat with high energy, enthusiasm, and creativity. There will be many opportunities to grow in faith, to have fun with your church family, and to have personal sabbath. Activities include group building, music, small group devotions/discussion, creative activities, a special Sunday worship including Communion, free time, hiking, yoga, shopping in Black Mountain, a visit to a local brewery, and more.

Please register online (preferred) or fill out a registration form (download below) and return to the church office. A non refundable $125 deposit is required for registration and due by Tuesday, December 10. Please contact Pam Youngblood pamyoungblood62@gmail.com with questions.

Registration forms are available online , on our Facebook page, or in the church narthex. You can also download a PDF of the registration form.


Join your church friends for fun activities and a picnic at Camp Pee Dee. Activities may include kickball, water balloon toss, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and other fun group games.

Annual Oyster Roast adult social

Fellowship with friends and feast on oysters, fried chicken, and cover dishes at our annual oyster roast hosted by Andy and Vicki Eaddy. Babysitting is provided at the church. March 10, 2019 at 6 p.m.

Men’s Wild Game Night

All men of the church are invited to a gathering at the Fish House (adjacent to Prestwood Country Club) to enjoy wild game, fish, seafood, and domestic foods of choice using their own recipes.   Don’t miss this lively event. Event Date To Be Determined.

Annual Congregational Christmas Dinner and Play

Join us each December for our Annual Congregational Christmas Dinner in Memorial Fellowship Hall.  The Annual Children’s Christmas Play takes place in the fellowship hall immediately following dinner.  

Other Church Meals

Other meals coordinated by the Fellowship Committee


One of our annual receptions is a Baccalaureate Reception after Sunday Worship in May to honor our church’s high school and college graduates. Others include Church Anniversary Celebrations and Family Receptions at Funerals.

Adult Adventures

Weekday excursions for our church family and friends

Young Adult Socials

Opportunities for young adults to enjoy food and fellowship with one another.

Book Club

Meets monthly for discussion of bestsellers on Sundays at 3 p.m. in the conference room.

lenten luncheons

easter morning breakfast and flowering of the cross

Christian Outreach

Through various means of communication, the Outreach Committee strives to keep the church family and local citizens informed of ongoing programs and events at FPC . The group has redesigned a brochure to highlight church activities as well as updated its social media outlets. In addition, personal contacts are made with visitors interested in becoming church members.  By participating in functions such as The Taste of Coker, the committee seeks to build relationships with both Coker College and The Governor's School for Science and Mathematics .  The Outreach Committee works to represent FPC as a church that welcomes others to join us for worship and fellowship .