Edu/Con is charged with educational programming and fellowship events in the life of the congregation.  Edu/Con is made up of committees formerly known as Education and Connectivity. If you like planning and participating in special events for all ages, we would love to have you join us! For more information, contact Andrea Smith at or Joni Nudell at

For All:

Chili Cook Off: January 28

Fire up your stoves for the Annual Chili Cook Off! This year is poised to be the “best ever” with more amazing chili concoctions, yummy sides, and more fun for the whole family. Treat your taste buds to some of the best chili at FPC. We will vote with our dollars to raise funds for Youth programming.

Pi(e) Day: March 11

Our Annual Pie Day will align with Pi Day. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant - the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter - which is approximately 3.14159….. Pi Day is celebrated around the world on March 14 (3.14).

End of the Year Celebration: May 20

Stick around after worship to share in an end of the year treat as we conclude another year together.


For Adults:

Dinner for 8

Edu/Con is bringing back Dinner for 8! Anyone interested in gathering with others in a small group setting is welcome to sign up and attend. This is for singles and couples alike, and the ability to host is not required. Groups will be formed, and each group will set up their dinners (or coffees or desserts) at a day/time and location that works for that group. Signups will be posted on the Volunteer Opportunities Board after Rally Day.

Fargo Town Hall

Fargo Town Hall is a non-profit organization, sponsored by FPC Fargo. The purpose of the Fargo Town Hall is to present a lecture series to the general public with a mission to enlighten, educate and entertain. Any proceeds from the series, after expenses are paid, are donated to local charities. The 2017-2018 Town Hall is in its 46th season. For tickets, contact Jan Harrison at

Upcoming Town Hall Programming:

  • · October 2: Connie Stevens, singer, actress, businesswoman and humanitarian
  • · November 6: Tom Gjelten, NPR correspondent
  • · April 2: Robert Wittman, former FBI special agent
  • · April 30: Jan McInnis, comedian


For Young Adults:

All young adults, ages 21-35, are invited to attend the young adult events. We are seeking to build a community where we can share in life’s journey together. Whether you have kids, are single, or married, you are more than welcome to attend! If you’re in need of child care, please contact Kayla Bones at

Upcoming Young Adult Programming:

  • · January: Volunteer at Great Plains Food Bank
  • · February 13: Bingo at Pub West
  • · March 13: Potluck at a host’s house
  • · April 12: Bowling
  • · May 22: Outdoor Cookout



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