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We believe life is better connected. We want to create as many opportunities as needed for men and women to grow in life with Jesus, in community, and on mission. To do so, we have a variety of groups and activities available for adults.

Men's Groups View Upcoming Events

The Men’s Ministry of Fellowship Greenville provides many opportunities for guys to connect with each other as they focus on passionately pursuing life and mission with Jesus. Men's groups meet throughout the week, on-and off-campus, during the school year. If you are interested in joining a men’s small group, please contact our Men's Ministry team.

  • Biblical Manhood: This fall at FG Men, we’ll define biblical manhood so you can confidently answer that question and learn helpful ways to live it out in every area of life, at church, at home, and in the workplace.

Mixed Groups

We have co-ed groups meeting on- and off-campus each week, offering a variety of ways to connect with couples and singles in our congregation. Click the first three linked titles for additional information on those groups or contact us with specific questions.

  • Community Groups—These provide opportunities to come together regularly for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer in someone's home. Groups typically include 10-12 adults of varying ages and life stages.
  • Senior Adults—This group meets monthly for food, study, and fellowship on the third Thursday of the month from September to May.
  • College and Early 20s—These groups connect college-age and post-college adults for study and fellowship in someone's home.
  • Fellowship Bible Class—Couples and singles of varying ages between 40s and 80s gather for topical and book studies in room 232 during the 8:45 am service on Sundays.
  • Singles Fellowship—This group of adults who are single or single again meets in room 262 at 10:20 am on Sundays. They also meet regularly, outside of Sunday mornings, for fellowship and meals.
  • Precepts—This group uses the Precept Inductive Bible Study Method to study scripture. During the school year, a women's Precepts group meets Wednesday mornings and a co-ed Precepts group meets Wednesday evenings. These groups meet at the church and childcare is available.

Women's Groups View upcoming Events

Our Women's Ministry offers opportunities for women of all ages and stages of life to come together for Bible study, community, and service. Whether you are struggling or thriving in your journey of faith, we invite you to come and grow in the company of other women in our fellowship. Here's a list of the types of women's groups we host. If you have questions about our Women's Ministry, please contact our Women's Ministry team.

  • AM2PM—Moms of preschool children meet for Bible study during the school year. Groups are offered Monday and Thursday mornings and Wednesday evenings, and meet every other week. 
  • Moms with School-Age Kids—Moms with kids in elementary, middle, or high school meets every other week during the school year on Thursday mornings off-site, and Wednesday evenings here at the church.
  • Monday Mornings with Libby Handford—Women of all ages meet weekly for breakfast and Bible study with Libby Handford, each semester, Monday mornings at 6:00 am in Room 177 at Fellowship Greenville.
  • Women's Weekly—Our Women’s Weekly studies are offered on Tuesday evenings, Wednesday mornings, and Wednesday evenings. 
  • Precepts—This group uses the Precept Inductive Bible Study Method to study scripture. During the school year, a women's Precepts group meets Wednesday mornings at the church.

Childcare  Register a Child

Are you a parent unable to participate in these events without care for your preschool or elementary kids? Childcare is available during many of our groups, through our Registered Childcare ministry, which offers free childcare during specific events offered by our church. (This is different from the programming offered on Sunday mornings for preschool and elementary students.) Parents are asking to register their child(ren) in order to reserve a spot. Children are then placed into available rooms based on age and availability.