FPC Ambler

We don't want to be a church with small groups, but a church OF small groups.

Small Groups


LIFT: Living In Faith Together. This group for women combines Bible study with fellowship and laughter.
The group meets the 2nd and 4th Mondays, 7:00-8:30 PM in the church Lounge.

Sherri Gannon


Sacred Saturdays
Sacred Saturdays

Women, you are invited each month from 9-10:30 am as we share scripture, books, and practices to take us deeper into relationship with the One who loves us best.

We meet on the second Saturday of each month.

Contact Debi Ferrarello

Men's Wednesday Group
Men's Wednesday Group

Our group is led by Pastor Ryan.  We  enjoy coffee and fellowship while diving into the Scriptures together.

We meet on Zoom.   Wednesdays at 6:30AM.

Pastor Ryan 
for the Zoom link.

The Normandy Group
The Normandy Group

We are a Bible study that wants to delve into the writings inspired by God.  We are a group of senior citizens who welcome people of all faiths.  The Normandy group will be on hiatus until September, 2023.



Claudette Fleischmann

Doing Life Together
Doing Life Together

What Are Small Groups?

A Small Group happens when a group of people seek spiritual growth together. These are groups anywhere from 4-12 people who meet regularly. Each small group should regularly experience the following:


Social activities outside of the group, meals or snacks together before or after the group


Biblically based study, practicing spiritual disciplines, and growing deeper in our relationships


Praying for the needs of the group, as well as the needs of others in our community, and the world


James said, “Faith without works is dead.” Small groups strive to serve together or on their own


Jesus invites us into a relationship with Him and we are to invite others so that they might have a relationship with him, too.

And let us consider how to provoke one another to love and good deeds, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day approaching.
Hebrews 10:24-25