Fellowship | Community
Fourth Presbyterian Church offers a wide variety of opportunities for members and friends to participate in fellowship and grow in community.
View upcoming fellowship and community events and opportunities here.
Men and women 60 years and more may enroll in this senior learning community founded on a commitment to intellectual and creative challenges for its patrons.
Changing Conversations gathers people together in respectful community along with church leaders, including pastors, to explore issues affecting gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning persons.
Congregational Life is responsible for a critical need at Fourth Church: creating a web to hold together a large and diverse congregation.
Fourth Church has a long history of vibrant and mutually beneficial relationships with neighboring communities from the Jewish, Muslim, and other faith traditions.
Inquirers' classes offer opportunity for those considering membership to learn more about Fourth Presbyterian Church.
The Multicultural Committee at Fourth Church recognizes that differences are a source of vitality, strength, and growth for a congregation and looks to increase the multicultural inclusivity of Fourth Church.
The Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being is Fourth Church’s response to the mental health needs of its congregation and community.
Fourth Church offers opportunity to participate in contemplative retreats, joining fellow members and friends in spiritual practices that open the heart and the mind to God’s love.
Youth Ministry at Fourth Church includes youth groups for youth in sixth through twelfth grades, meeting each Sunday morning for fellowship.
For more information about fellowship and community opportunities at Fourth Presbyterian Church, contact Anne Ellis, Program Manager for Congregational Life (312.573.3369).