Connect with Others

First Congregational offers many different ways to connect with others and build new life-long friendships. Check out our small groups below for more details and make sure to sign up for the Comma to get regular updates on meet-ups!

Monthly Gatherings

Soul Sisters

Monthly on Friday or Saturday evenings.

Soul Sisters is a social justice oriented social group that meets monthly for fellowship and friendship. Soul Sisters gathers for game nights, book swaps, potlucks, and host fundraising events in support of community organizations that impact LGBTQ+ folks and victims of domestic violence. 


Join the FCC Soul Sisters Facebook group or email Kim Haymon for more info.

Young and Spirited

Monthly in the evenings.

Young and Spirited is a group for the under 40 crowd! They get together for activities like bowling or game nights. Whatever they do together, they always have a great time!


To stay up to date on our meet ups please join the Young and Spirited Facebook Group or reach out to Karla Lott for more info.

Book Club

Monthly in the evenings.

FCC Book Club meets monthly at a member's home for dinner and a lively book discussion. 


Recent book selections include Heaven and Earth Grocery Store, The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon, Wordly Goods, and The Lincoln Highway


For more information about upcoming meetings, contact Peter Nichols.

Weekly Gatherings


Wednesdays at 10:00am at FCC.

Heart2Heart is a group of women who enjoy spending time together while exploring organizations and events that foster understanding of our community and our place in it. They also volunteer at our local food pantry, 4Saints and Friends. Members of Heart2Heart have a common goal of finding ways to help others and then helping!


Join the Heart2Heart Facebook group or email Rhonda Grundy for more info.

Recovery Dharma

Thursdays at 7:30pm in the FCC Parlor.


Recovery Dharma is a recovery program using Buddhist practices of wisdom, compassion, community, and meditation to help heal and recover. Our program is peer-led and non-theistic. We welcome all those who wish to pursue recovery as part of our community.


For more information contact Howard Lund.

First Coffee & Conversation

Saturdays at 8:00am at Cherry Coffee Shop on Magnolia Ave in Fort Worth.


Saturday mornings are better with friends and coffee! Come drink a cup before heading to Yoga for You or Cultivating Mindfulness! 


Contact Sall-Ann Sauer or Betsy Stirbens for more info or to let us know to save you a seat!

Cultivating Mindfulness

Saturdays at 10:00am in the FCC Parlor.


Group meditation sessions for all levels - beginners are very welcome. Each week includes a guided meditation, mindful movement, sitting meditation, and a dharma talk where we explore various topics.


Join the Mindfulness Facebook group for more info on weekly topics.

Yoga for You

Saturdays at 10:00am in the Fellowship Hall.

This Yoga class is designed for folks who need a gentle yoga program, seniors, and others just dipping their toes into the world of yoga. Mats are provided and participants are encouraged to do what they are able. This is a judgement free class.


Contact Rhonda Grundy for more info.

Lunch Bunch

Sundays after worship, various locations.

Lunch Bunch is a loosely organized group of church folk who gather for lunch after worship on Sundays. Come when you can, all are welcome! Check out our restaurant calendar here!


Contact Sall-Ann Sauer or Faye Swindle for more info or to let us know to save you a seat!

Ways to Connect From Home

Prayer Partners

On your own time from anywhere

Our Prayer Partners are a powerful and loving group of folks who pray and meditate for those in our community experiencing pain, grief, illness or other needs. Emails with prayer requests are sent out regularly and prayer is on your own time. 


Contact Betsy Barbre if you would like to join the team!