There are many opportunities for Fellowship at Fourth Presbyterian Church. We are always finding ways to gather. Here are just a few examples of the fun and fellowship you will find here: Annual Church-wide retreat, Fall BBQ picnic, progressive dinners, and much, much more! Join us!
Join us for our first Sunday meals together after the 10:30 Worship service. There is no cost and all are welcome. Our schedule and menus are here.
Please join us for several Wednesday night fellowships throughout the year for a delicious meal and a program. Our dates, program and menus for 2023 are linked here.
An integral part of the worship service is the Music program at Fourth Presbyterian Church. New participants are always welcome. We currently have Adult and Handbell choirs. Please message Rev. Hank Hinnant if you are interested in being a part of these groups.
Scouts BSA Pack 19 and Troop 19 are looking for new members! If you have an elementary or middle schooler, we'd love for you to check us out. Both groups meet in the youth wing -- 'Pack 19 meets at 12:45 on two Sundays a month,
and Troop 19 meets at 6:30 on Tuesday evenings. Click below to learn more.
Whether you have Tinder or a two-year-old, a solidified set of beliefs or a million questions, we welcome you to our community of faith! The Fourth Pres young adult crew is a vibrant group of disciples in their twenties and thirties. We are passionate about community and strive to create a welcoming space for all young adults. From monthly Brewology gatherings (Brews + Theology), to small groups and game nights, we’d love to help you get connected. To learn more, contact
Presbyterian Women (PW) is a church-wide fellowship organization that includes all the women of Fourth Presbyterian Church, seeking fellowship, mission and bible study as sisters in Christ. Circles meet the second Tuesday of each month during the school year beginning with a joint meeting in September and ending in May. Click here to learn more.
Fourth Presbyterian Church is dedicated to guiding our youth to a more committed relationship with Christ as they develop socially, physically, and spiritually. Athletics provide a unique environment for demonstrating and teaching the virtues of self-control, patience, love, service, respect for authority, ethics, leadership, hard work, and dedication, as they relate to the teachings of Jesus Christ and biblical principles. For more information, email email@example.com.