Ways to Get Involved: Fellowship


A group of mostly retired individuals meeting monthly for lunch at varying local restaurants. This is a lively and energetic group with a wide range of ages in the over-65 category. Conversations include a variety of topics, catching up with each other, and often involve lots of laughter. Participants take turns choosing the restaurant, so everyone gets to try each other’s favorite haunts. For more information contact Mickey Velkey, [email protected].


The Somethings is a group of 20-30 something year old’s finding community with each other as they navigate the changing landscape of jobs, graduate studies, moves and all the other life changes that happen during young adulthood. We gather around scripture for Lenten and Advent devotional series, Home Fellowship meals once a month, pop-up events at breweries and parks, social justice events in our city and show up to support each other’s passions. This is a joyful, curious, boisterous, intentional, tender and inclusive group. Whoever you are and however you move in this world—you are welcome! Please reach out to Rev. Esther Hethcox at [email protected].


Open to all men of the church, Men of Faith meets the first Friday of every month for breakfast at Mad Hatters Café, 8am, 1802 W. Main. It is an opportunity to enjoy one another, share concerns and participate more fully in the life and ministry of the Church. For more information contact Eric Wiebe at [email protected].


All women are invited to this meeting for a time of prayer, study and fellowship, as well as caring for each other and reaching out to homebound. Our study of the Bible is based on the Presbyterian Women’s Horizon Bible Study, a curriculum the national Presbyterian Women group uses. We meet the first Monday of each month, 10:30am-noon. For more information contact Linn Lopez. [email protected].


First Friends is open to all adults meets almost-monthly throughout the year for food and fellowship. Participants now range in age from mid-40s to mid-70s, some attending regularly and others periodically as their schedules allow. Gatherings are usually at someone's home, at church, or a local park for a potluck meal together, sometimes games or a hike. For more information, contact Christyn Klinck, [email protected]; or Deborah Momsen-Hudson, [email protected].