WednesdayNite Ripples:

Marriage Enhancement

Wednesdays, 6:30-8 P.M.

February 3 - March 17


FMC is partnering with Adams County STRONG! to deepen Christ-centered marriage relationships in our community on Wednesday nights in February and March. Using Alpha’s The Marriage Course 2020 materials, our WednesdayNite RIPPLES program will be totally dedicated to making positive “ripples” among the marriages and families in Adams County. Each live-event evening will provide couples with an international-themed date night at FMC - watching a video, privately discussing among themselves various aspects from the film, and journaling their reflections.


There is also an online option for couples who prefer to view from home or at a different time or day - in that case, a link will be sent for each night’s film (absence from a live event can be made up in this fashion, as well).


Dates: Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 pm at FMC sanctuary Feb 3, 10, 17, 24 & Mar 3, 10, 17

(Kids programming will be concurrent, providing childcare for participants)

Cost: $20/couple (for the entire 7-week program, cost of the program materials)


Click here to register

  • Couples will have socially-distanced café seating, with candlelight, snacks and drinks
  • Each week will have a different international destination theme

NOTE: WE RESPECT THE PRIVACY OF OUR COUPLES, and at no time will they be asked to share publicly any intimate answers or experiences with a larger group.


This event follows the Marriage Encounter Conference

(you do not need to attend one to attend the other, but both are highly recommended!)

Click here to register for the Marriage Encounter (Cost: $25)

Adult Sunday School Classes

Currently, our adult Sunday school classes are not meeting. Sunday School at FMC is about helping you grow spiritually not only on Sundays but during the week as well. If you would like to be connected to a class or small group, please contact the church at 260-589-2991.

8:00 A.M.

- Friendship Class (for adults in their 50's-70's and retired) - Meets in the east side of the Fellowship Hall. Studying the LifeWay Quarterly.


9:00 A.M.

- Crusaders Class (for adults in their 50's-60's) - Meets in the Large Youth Room. Studying the LifeWay Quarterly.

- MGM (Multi-Generational Ministry) Class (for young married adults and 40's-50's) - Meets in the west side of the Fellowship Hall. Studying the LifeWay Quarterly.

- Gen XYZ Class (for adults in their 20's-40's, singles, couples, anyone) - Meets in the east side of the Fellowship Hall. Precept: Getting Into the Word & 1st Thessalonians.


10:15 A.M.

- Homebuilders Class (for adults of all ages) - Meets in the east side of the Fellowship Hall. Studying the LifeWay Quarterly.

- Foundations Class (for adults in their 30's-40's and parents with kids and teens) - Meets in the Small Youth Room. Studying the LifeWay Quarterly.

- Blueprints Class (for adults in their 20's-40's, singles, couples, parents of young kids) - Meets in the west side of the Fellowship Hall. Studying 1 & 2 Samuel.

Small Groups

Our mission with small groups is to provide an opportunity for people to connect with one another (six to twelve individuals) for the purpose of following the Great Commandment and accomplishing the Great Commission. If you are not part of a small group, but would like to be, please call the church office. 

"Jesus replied: 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'" 

(Matthew 22:37-39)


Common Questions

When and where do groups meet?

Small groups meet in homes, offices, and here at the church throughout the week and on the weekend.


How long does a small group meeting last?

Each group is slightly different but you can expect 60-90 minutes of casual conversation and 30-45 minutes of discussion.


How are groups divided?

Most groups are divided by age and/or life stage.


Do I need a small group if I am in Sunday School?

Yes, the primary goal of small groups is connection and living life with other people whereas the primary goal of Sunday School is to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ through in-depth study of Scriptures.


Will there be food?

Lets face it, people have to eat. Groups will generally gather around a meal of snacks.


What should I do with my kids?

This will depend on the group.


How much is this going to cost?

If the group you are in uses church resources, the cost is $0.