Registration is closed for current foyer groups. Please keep an eye on your inSPIRE for the next registration window.
Looking for a great way to get to know others in the St. Philip’s family? Consider joining a Foyer Group! “Foyer” is a French word meaning “hearthside” – implying the warmth of a close, small group of friends sharing a common friendship. Whether you are long-time St. Philippian or a relative newcomer, we encourage you to participate to help strengthen the bonds of affection in our church family.
A Foyer Group will consist of eight to ten persons, married or single, assigned at random, and meeting, on a rotating basis, in each other’s homes once a month for about six months, to share a meal, conversation and fellowship, beginning this January. These are strictly social evenings and the keynote is simplicity. There is no agenda, other than having dinner and fellowship for a few hours. Generally the host provides the main dish and others bring the rest of the meal, from appetizer to dessert. If you are concerned about your home being too small, please sign up and share hosting with another. If you are not a cook, there is always bread and wine! It is a social evening with a real purpose—to know one another better and build a stronger sense of community in the Body of Christ at St. Philip’s as we practice the gift of hospitality.
Online registration has closed.
Questions? Please contact the Rev. Brian McGreevy at (843) 722-7734 ext. 270 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.