Join us for a 4-week study on John Philip Newell’s book Christ of the Celts, which is a wonderful introduction to the Celtic way. We will explore how Celtic Christian thought can inform our faith today and how, as Newell says, Christ leads us “further into the unity of life.” Books will be available for purchase.
Do you have questions about the Trinity? Do you wonder what relevance the Trinity has for your life? Come spend three weeks exploring the Trinity as a dynamic relationship, informing not only how we see God but also how we live.
Join us as we prepare for the season of Advent together. Come and make new PHPC friends of all ages and stages! You are invited to make Advent wreaths for our homes, create holiday crafts, write cards for our home-centered members, enjoy interactive musical fun, and fellowship with each other.
This is an interactive, discussion-led group utilizing a wide variety of source material including modern Christian authors and thinkers such as Adam Hamilton, Timothy Keller, Max Lucado, John Ortberg, and Jason Sobel as well as insightful sessions from the Yale Divinity School and other sources. This group meets during the school year.
We are a class that is casual yet intentional about exploring areas of faith in our lives. Our discussions and studies are grounded in the Bible, our evolving faith, and our ever-changing lives. Class members lead on a variety of topics with open hearts and minds. All are welcome - and can join in anytime during the 10 a.m. connection hour or during our monthly class socials. This group meets during the school year.
Epiphany invites youth (16+) and adults with unique abilities to participate in our Sunday School and enrichment programs. Together we share needs, discover gifts, enrich lives, and provide respite for families. All activities are designed with multiple disability needs in mind. This group meets during the school year.
This class is for couples and singles of all ages who desire to grow in faith through peer-led Bible and theological studies covering a wide variety of topics. Questions are welcome, experiences are honored, and all positions are heard and respected.
Open to women of all ages and stages of life, Presbyterian Women meet on the second Monday morning and evening of the month for Bible study, fellowship, and outreach. Morning circles meet for fellowship at 9:30 a.m. with the Bible study at 10:00 a.m. The evening circle begins at 5:15 p.m. with fellowship or BYO Dinner followed by Bible study at 6:15 p.m.
Join us for this unique twist on a book study, which will meet once a month over the course of this year. Each month, participants will explore a Celtic practice in connection with scripture, reflections, and varied creative responses. Consider this an invitation to develop life-long practices of seeking the sacred. You may choose the Wednesday morning group, beginning September 13, 10 a.m. OR the Thursday evening group beginning September 14, 6:30 p.m. Both groups will meet in the Parlor.
This class meets weekly September - May for study on a particular book of the Bible chosen at the beginning of the year. Participants are asked to read the scripture in advance. Some occasional light reading may apply. No previous Bible knowledge or study experience is necessary. This class is open to adults of all ages and stages of life
This weekly group offers a brief guided breathing session to help reduce stress, lower your heart rate, and re-center your life. Sessions are live via Zoom every Wednesday at noon. Contact Mahlon Hight for the zoom link or you may listen to a recorded session by finding the “Listen Here” button on the website at https://www.phpc.org/ministry/care.
Beginning September 12, on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month from 11:30 a.m. to noon a group gathers in the Parlor to experience Centering Prayer together. You do not need to have any experience to enjoy this time together; some instruction and guidance is always provided.
Good Books, the Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church book club, meets the second Wednesday of the month from 2 – 3 p.m. in the PHPC library every month except December. Visitors are welcome.
GSGC offers a wide range of activities related to gardening, such as programs given by experts on orchids, tropicals, and succulents; presentations on birds, honeybees, hummingbirds, and butterflies; and field trips to the Arboretum, North Haven Gardens, Lake Highlands Community Gardens, and Bonton Farms. In addition, we have two lovely luncheons at Christmas and in May.
GSGC is open to members and friends of PHPC. We meet on the third Friday of each month from September to May at 10:15 a.m. Being a gardener isn’t a requirement! Join us for the camaraderie, enlightenment, and fun.
Interested in improving your balance and coordination? Our tai chi class might just be the low-impact wellness activity you’re seeking. Cost of the class is $30/month, but if you’d like to try the class and see if it is for you Thursdays from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. in Jubilee Hall B.