YOU are a Beloved Child of God!
If you haven’t been feeling beloved lately, you need Forest Hill Presbyterian Church. No matter where you are on your faith journey, you’ll be accepted and welcomed as a beloved child of God. Whether you are certain of your beliefs or full of doubt, curious about Christianity or looking for a place to belong and serve, there’s a place for you here. We’re a caring community with members devoted to lifelong learning, spiritual growth and social justice. Our progressive, inclusive, open and affirming community exists to:
Be one of the OVER 101 people we’re sending to GCC’s Public Meeting, Thurs. Feb. 27, 7pm at Olivet Institutional Baptist Church. Help secure off-site, pre-booking Mental Health & Addiction Crisis Centers in read more »
Reconnecting with God’s Creation is again being offered by the Education and Spiritual Formation Ministry on Sundays, 4 – 6pm, Mar. 15 to June 7.* Readings, mixed media presentations, discussions, and read more »
The Green Team will present a program on Solar Panel utilization in South Hall on Sun, Mar, 8 at 12:30pm right after worship. Come learn about new opportunities to reduce fossil fuel energy usage!
An Exploring Membership class will meet Sat. Mar. 7, 9 am-12pm and Sun. Mar. 8, 9-10:30am. Explore how to join or just learn more about us! RSVP: Angela Boland, Church Growth Elder. Light breakfast served.
Tom Zych will lead Re-Imagining The Eucharist: Discerning God’s Call in Sacrament Mar 1, 8, & 15 at 9:30am in South Hall as part of our Lenten journey through the wilderness. This sacrament is common to read more »
The Black Caucus’ new book club is reading Strength to Love, a collection of sermons by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Join them on Sat. Mar. 21, 10am-noon in Bodwell Hall to discuss this first of 4 books read more »
We are again sponsoring a Blood Drive on Sun. Mar. 29 from 12:15 – 5:15pm in South Hall. The Blood Drive is in memory of Connie Reynolds, member Rob Reynolds’ mother. Connie received blood from read more »
Rev. Goines will lead Into the Wilderness of Grief for those experiencing grief, loss, and bereavement. Join her on Mar 22, 29 & Apr 5, 9:30-10:30am, to explore the complexities of grief and loss, read more »
If you enjoy knitting, crocheting, or even fleece-tying baby blankets, consider donating to the Deacons’ ministry that gives each infant born in our congregation a hand-made blanket as a welcome from their read more »
If you’ve ever thought about being a Lay Reader, Linda Martin can answer your questions and help you get comfortable reading in front of the congregation.