SAPC has numerous on-going fellowship opportunities to gather together with like-minded believers.
Most of them are listed here but be advised !!!… we have more wonderful opportunities popping up all the time. Please check the AIMS monthly newsletter (online on the News & Events page) or the most recent weekly bulletin (online on the Worship page) for additional opportunities.
Fellowship Committee of the Diaconate provides various activities throughout the year for the entire church family’s participation. As a family we come together to break bread, socialize, play and have a great time with the Spirit everpresent.
- Spring & Fall Picnics
- Thanksgiving Dinner
- Golf Outing – generally in the Fall
- Receptions for incoming or departing staff members
- Special occasions, as they arise
For more details, please click here for the Fellowship Committee page.
Presbyterian Women - The PW ladies hold various functions throughout the year, work with the Presbytery, conduct fund raisers and work on special projects.
Circles are a part of the PW group. They are geared to ladies who are similar in situation or like-minded, such as; young mothers, working women, seniors, teens. Each meet regularly, offers study of the Bible, work on service projects and offer each member growth in God’s love as a Christian woman.
For more details, please click here for the PW page.
Salt Shakers – Groups are coordinated twice per year to break bread at each others homes or in restaurants. This is one of the most popular fellowship opportunities for newer members or members that attend different services to get to know other people within our church family.
For more detailed information, please click here for the Salt Shakers page.
Book Club – This group meets in the church Library generally once per month to discuss books. It is a fine way to become acquainted with Christian authors and books pertaining to faith. For more information please contact the church office.
Young At Heart Seniors (50+) – This group of “seniors” is active in numerous ways. They conduct meetings regularly to decide on future events and activities, plan lunches or dinners and escapes from the norm. The group often tends to a special project that is dear to them, but all is decided democratically and with a lot of FUN!
For more details, please click here for the Young at Heart Seniors page.