The educational programs for children, youth, and adults are currently being held online. The descriptions below give an overview of the programs we were offering until early in 2020. For information on current offerings please contact Christy Williams, Director of Christian Education, by phone (222-4504) or email.


Children and Youth

We offer classes for learners from five years of age through adulthood.  Classes for children and youth are organized by grade; the grade level is determined by the student’s age as of September 1.


Kindergarten through Grade 12 We use a lectionary-based curriculum integrating lesson content with worship content.


Location of Classes in Education Building

     Elementary School Class (K-5)—Room 306.

     Middle School (Grades 6-8)—Room 303.

     High School (Grades 9-12)—High schoolers are encouraged to attend this class or one

          of the adult classes.  Room 301.



We invite adults to visit the various classes offered before choosing one to attend regularly.

        ABC (Adult Bible Class)—Studies a variety of books of the Bible, deciding as a class

            which sequence to follow.  Participants rotate leadership responsibilities for the

            class.John Calvin Room (202).

        Faith and Families Class—For parents, grandparents and caregivers who are looking

            for information, resources and discussions on faith issues related to families. 

            Church Library (204).

       Hearing and Sharing the Word Together Class—Uses “The Present Word” Bible

            curriculum as well as other resources.  Class members spend time sharing the

            phases of their lives and learning from one another.  Conference Room (203).

        Inquirers’ Class—Looks at current issues of the Christian life in the Presbyterian

             Church (USA), the holy catholic and apostolic church, and the world, bringing to bear

             a perspective of faith.  A coordinating team plans the programs and facilitates the

             discussions.  Westminster Room (208).

         New Members’ Class—For new and prospective church members, this class covers

             ministry and worship at First Presbyterian Church, as well as touching on

             Presbyterian beliefs, governance, mission and history.  Check the newsletter for

             times and dates.  Resource Center (304).


Upcoming Events

       College Group—College students, join our Facebook page, First Presbyterian

            Tallahassee College Group.  Meetings are the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm

             for "The Gathering" where we connect with one another, share experiences and

             discuss the Bible or theological books. Currently meeting on campus at the

             Presbyterian University Center on the corner of Park and Copeland Streets.

         Lunch Bunch—a free home-cooked meal with great fellowship for all college students

             to enjoy on the third Sunday of each month at 12:30 pm. 

         Young Adult/Young Professional Supper Club—Meets monthly in homes. For more

             information, call Christy Williams at 222-4504.

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