Connect with Others


Sunday Lunch Bunch




Sall-Ann Sauer & Faye Swindle


Every Sunday after worship

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Each Sunday a group of FCCers head to a local restaurant to eat and socialize. This is a great way to stay connected with a great group of folks!

FCC Book Club

Fourth Tuesday of the month (September-May), 7:00 p.m.


The folks in the FCC Book Club always come up with interesting choices, and you are invited to join them. It's just one book a month and—whether you read it or not—you'll always find a friendly welcome and stimulating conversation. Contact Peter Nichols, 484-432-4548, for all the latest info.

Progressive Harmony (Choir)

On break

Rehearsal on Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m., September-May. Choir sings twice monthly. 

Progressive Harmony is always looking for folks interested in making a joyful noise. You do not need any experience; you just need to have a desire to sing, worship, and have fun.

Hear some special music.

Cultivating Mindfulness

Saturdays at 10 a.m.

Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m. for Dharma book discussion and Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. for sangha.

Cultivating Mindfulness is for both beginning and experienced meditators.



The Fellowship

Temporarily Suspended

On occasion, locations vary

The Fellowship is one of our longest-running groups. Their offerings are always different with guest lectures, group discussions, field trips, game playing, and more. This group focuses on camaraderie and fun, so expect to develop deep and lasting connections with some wonderful folks. (Please subscribe to our weekly newsletter, The Comma, for event details.)

Handbell Choir - FCC Ringers

Rehearsal on Wednesdays, 6:00 p.m., Choir Room, Sept-Dec.  Offers special music presentations throughout the year. 


The FCC Ringers are looking for people interested in making a joyful noise. You do not need any experience; you just need to have a desire to play bells, worship, and have fun. This is a great option for adults and youth who can’t commit to weekly attendance, but who love music.


Every Other Wednesday, 10-11:30 a.m.


The focus of H2H is on sharing our thoughts and ideas in a non-judgmental environment, while getting to know one another and forming friendships. This group is open to all adult women in a drop-in or on-going basis. Topics and leaders vary. Ask to join the Facebook group (Heart2Heart) to get all the latest info.

Pastoral Care Ministry


FCC's pastoral care ministers give particular attention to members of our congregation who are unable to regularly attend Sunday worship services due to health / mobility issues. The pastoral care group communicates and is present with these folks in several ways: notes of encouragement, phone calls, and visits. If you have a heart for helping and want to make a difference, consider joining this group.

Prayer Partners

Ongoing via e-mail


One of the most valuable gifts we can offer one another and our world is prayer. Prayer requests are shared via email with the permission of those who request prayer.

Tarrant County Pride Parade

The first Saturday in October

As an open and affirming congregation, FCC participates in the Tarrant County Pride Parade each October to let the LGBTQ community and our city know there is a local church that will embrace them. Everyone is encouraged to be a part of this special day!

Recovery Dharma Fort Worth

Saturdays in October

This Sangha group practices ways to free ourselves from the suffering of addiction using Buddhist practices and principles. Our program is based on the idea that every one of us is our own guide in recovery from addiction, with the help and understanding of Sangha. This program leads to recovery from addiction of all kinds, like alcohol, drugs, and/or process addictions. Recovery Dharma Fort Worth is a welcoming peer-led movement and community that is unified by the potential in each of us to recover and find freedom from the suffering of addiction. We approach recovery from a place of individual and collective empowerment, and we support each other as we walk this path of recovery together.

Refugee Services Team

Temporarily Suspended

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Members and friends of FCC work with Refugee Services of Texas (RST) to assist refugee families coming to the U.S. The RST team gathers household goods, moves families into their new homes, and mentors them during their transition. (RST training is required.)  

Room in the Inn


July-August, and December-February, Wednesday afternoons through Thursday mornings at South Hills Christian Church

Room in the Inn (RITI) offers hospitality to five homeless men on Wednesdays, during the hottest and coldest months, by providing meals, personal interaction, and a comfortable bed for the night. Participants provide love in action by preparing meals, washing clothes, transporting guests, or hosting an evening. Working at RITI is open to adults and youth.


Temporarily Suspended


If you are un-partnered, this group is for you. SoJourners is a social group—not a dating group—that likes to have fun. Ask to join their Facebook group (SoJourners) to keep up with the latest.

Soul Sisters

Kim Haymon

Check their Facebook page for events.

If you are a fun-loving woman, this is the group for you! Soul Sisters get together monthly for a themed potluck, and for other events as they are planned. No matter the event, there will be lots of laughter. This group is open to all women on an open and on-going basis. Ask to join their Facebook page (FCCUCC Soul Sisters) for all the latest.

FCC Ukers

Temporarily Suspended

Monthly, location varies.

Playing the uke produces feelings of emotional and spiritual well-being. The uke is easy to learn, you can play lots of songs at any skill level, and it’s portable! Ukers meet monthly at a different location each month. To stay up with the gatherings, be sure to get on their email list. Everyone is welcome from "I've-never-held-a-uke-before" to "I'm-ready-to-go-on-tour!" Contact the Church Office