Looking for a cool place with like-minded students to hang out and discuss the important things in life? If you are in the 6th to 12th grades, you have found it. New Revolution Youth has it all--from ski trips to camping trips, from lock-ins to theme parks, from "poor man's formals" to feeding the homeless, from lake parties to Christmas tree farms, from bioluminescent night paddling to Christian rock concerts. As you can tell we are a very diverse group. On any given Wednesday, typically between one and two dozen youth gather in our fully equipped youth room for good food, good times, and to become better Christ followers. Our lessons are short and impactful with real life applications. Our topics are as diverse as our youth group itself, but often center around one of three central themes–developing a better devotional time, being better ambassadors for Christ, and better understanding our identity as beloved children of an unimaginably awesome God. We want to know Jesus and show Jesus. If you are in the 6th to12th grades, we would love to have you come check out our group. We meet every Wednesday from 6pm to 8pm, upstairs in the Youth Room of the Education Building. Dinner, fun, and fellowship are provided.
Youth Sunday School
Youth (6th to 12th grades)
If you are looking for a comfortable atmosphere to discuss the day's sermon then Youth Sunday School is for you. Meeting at 12pm to 1pm in the Youth Room, we will have snacks as we talk about Bible verses and the day's lecture or sermon series. This class directly follows the Crossing service at 10am. It is highly recommended that students in grades 6 to 12 attend this or the earlier service as the lesson plan directly relates to Sunday School.
For more information contact Youth Director Crystal Pierce at
SPLASH (Sing, Play, Learn and Serve Him)
Children (Age 3 to 5th grade)
Children are the single greatest asset in any family, church or nation. We believe Christ-centered worship and teaching, steeped in love, will form an environment for children to grow into the image of Jesus. Our church family includes children in our worship services with a special time set aside just for them. Children who attend The Crossing service at10 a.m. are invited to go to the Education Building with Children’s Ministry staff members for Sunday School after the special children’s message. During Sunday School, children worship, sing memorable songs, learn about the Bible and engage in age-appropriate activities to reinforce the Bible message. Throughout the year SPLASH hosts special events like Vacation Bible School, Pumpkinpalooza as well as Easter and Christmas activities.
For more information contact Children’s Ministry Director Shannon Walter at
Whether it’s learning more about the Bible, your finances or life in general, FPCE offers a variety of ways to learn and grow your faith. The small group settings provide lively and thought-provoking discussions as well as warm fellowship with other Christians.
See below for a description of each of them!
Lifetree Cafe is a casual and welcoming "conversation cafe" where great discussion is served up every week. Come join us for guided conversation cafe unlike any you have had before. At Lifetree Cafe you're welcome just as you are. Your thoughts are welcome. Your doubts are welcome. We're all in this together and God is here, ready to connect with you in a fresh way. Every week, people gather to see old friends and meet new ones as they talk about topics related to life and faith. Lifetree Cafe is a time and place where people gather to hear inspiring stories and engage in conversation on a different topic every week. If you’re looking for a place where you can explore life, meet new friends, and experience God, then Lifetree Cafe is your kind of place.
Mondays-7 p.m. @ Uncorked in downtown Eustis (106 E. Magnolia Ave.)
Thursdays-11 a.m. @ FPCE’s Gathering Place
For more information, contact the Church Office at
Renew Bible Study
(6 to 12 week studies)
Renew Bible Study is an opportunity for anyone who desires to learn, to explore scripture, ask questions and think through ideas and issues related to scripture. This usually results in some lively discussion! Christians new to the faith, those who are unsure of their faith or those who have followed the teachings of Jesus Christ basically all their lives have a common need to question the meaning of scripture and think things out until they have a better understanding of their own beliefs. Christians from all backgrounds continually seek answers to their questions so they may grow in both understanding of scripture and in faith. Taught by Dalton and Barbie Yancey, this adult Bible study meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8 p.m.Depending on the topic, Bible studies can last from six to 12 weeks
Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University
Program Changes Lives
It's time for financial peace. This life-changing class taught by Dave Ramsey and the FPU teaching team on video and coordinated by Jim & KarenEgert at FPCE will help you achieve your financial goals by showing you how to eliminate debt, save for the future, and give like never before. You will be challenged and motivated to make a plan for your money and change your family tree forever. Learn how we help families build a plan for financial peace and freedom. The 9-week class is offered in the spring and the fall.
FPCE’s Presbyterian Women recently revamped its structure and now meets as one group on the third Tuesday of each month. Formal meetings run from September to May and are held in the Gathering Place from 10 a.m. until noon. During the meeting, the group participates in a Bible study chosen for the year by the members. Individually, the women are active in all of the church’s missions and programs. As a whole, the Presbyterian Women host a spring yard sale to benefit the church and they donate items for the Support Our Troops boxes and the Open Door homeless drop-in center in Eustis. The Presbyterian Women’s statement of purpose is “Forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves:
• to Nurture our faith through prayer and Bible study
• to Support the mission of the Church worldwide
• to work for justice and peace
• and to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. and witnesses to the promise of God’s Kingdom.”
For more information, contact Laura Phillips @
Tuesday Morning Bible Study
Before getting on in your day
Pastor Mario leads a Tuesday morning Bible study at 7:00 in an effort to provide a study for people whose evenings are already overscheduled. The goal was to give participants a chance to participate in a small group Bible study before getting on in their day. Pastor Mario picks the topic and the group has met at a restaurant as well as the Gathering Place.
For more information, contact Pastor Mario at email@example.com.