We believe God wants us to experience life not just as individuals but also in community with one another. One of the best ways to embrace this is through participation in small groups, and our Sunday morning classes.

If you are interested in joining, leading, or forming a small group, contact Michelle Martinez at mmartinez@fpctacoma.org or (253) 272-3286.



 Beginning the week of Sept. 19th

We were created to be in relationship, not only with God, but with one another. Small Groups meet in person and online to build close relationships, apply the Word of God to our lives, and to pray and care for one another.

FPC usually begins new short-term small groups in the fall, winter,
and spring.

Led by Susanna Southworth

Women's Small Group
Meets monthly.
This will be a monthly in-person gathering, that will focus on fellowship, conversation about spiritual topics, and prayer.

Light refreshments will be served.

Contact Susanna Southworth at susanna.southworth@gmail.com


This will be a bi-monthly, sermon-based small group led by Sam & Kristen Clarke at their home in North Tacoma. There will be a time for dinner and fellowship, followed by group discussion.

Please click on the button below to sign-up for one of our groups, or to indicate your interest and availability, if you are looking for a group but don’t see one that works for you.

Led by Tom Fox

Men's Small Group
Meets Thursdays at 3pm on Zoom
This is a weekly online sermon-based small group for men.

Contact Tom Fox to get the Zoom link.

contact tom fox at thomasfox726@gmail.com


Beginning Sept. 19th

Sunday Classes for adults offer an opportunity to dig deeper into various faith topics. Past classes have included such topics as The Old Testament, Living Into Your Calling, and Belonging.

Classes typically meet before service, from 9:15am-10:15am.

LED BY Walt Erhardt & ron Anson

Meets Sunday Mornings- 9:15am-10:15am
Begins September 19th

We often face difficult and bewildering criticisms of Christianity from others. The goal of this course is to build your confidence by practicing responses in your own words to these criticisms.

This eight-week class, will focus on the book Forensic Faith by J. Warner Wallace, a former Los Angeles police detective. Wallace, an atheist for 35 years, tells what made him change his mind and decide to become a Christian.

led by barbara gehrett

Meets Sunday Mornings- 9:15am-10:15am
Begins November 14th

If you are ready to make peace with those who have hurt or betrayed you, there can be no finer road map than this thoroughly practical book. Lewis Smedes brings true forgiveness, "Gods own gift," within the capacity of every wounded person, even in circumstances when only hate seems possible.