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Fellowship

In a church the size of VPC, finding friends and a sense of belonging can be challenging.  We hope the following opportunities will help you connect to those who share your interests or stage of life.  Most of these groups meet monthly.

40+ Singles Events and Fellowship
This new ministry at VPC will bring singles together to connect in community while growing in Christ through outings, study opportunities, and group service opportunities.  You will leave the VPC website to go to this ministry.  For more information or support with the website contact Sandra Levy at swlevy2002(at)yahoo.comCurrent offerings.

VPC has an active athletics program including basketball, softball, golf, and other activities for your enjoyment and fellowship, for both men and women.
The Book Discussion Group reads and discusses both non-fiction and fiction books selected by group members. Everyone is invited to all meetings -- or just when a particular title is of interest.
Learn more about the fellowship opportunities for widows and widowers in our church community.
Movies provide both entertainment and commentary on our lives. Explore this opportunity to view faith in light of American culture and culture in the light of faith.
The VPC Quilters Guild, known as the Piecemakers, meets regularly for fellowship while enjoying their quilting.
Raising small kids requires moms to combine their mom intuition and their common sense. Join us at MOPS as we discover our own unique “MomSense”.
Support and encouragement for Moms of elementary-age students--because your job as Mom doesn't end when your children go to school.
The goal of SWATT (Seniors With Available Time and Talent) is to enhance the fellowship, spiritual enrichment, service, and general enjoyment of life of the seniors of Vienna Presbyterian Church.
Who says motherhood is all work and no play? Get involved in a Mothers' Support Group and enjoy many of the great activities planned for the year.
Women in the VPC community meet for Bible study, fellowship, and service/mission opportunities. Circles are always open to new members.