Weekly Discussion Questions to assist in your time together are listed below.


"And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers." Acts 2:42


Fellowship isn't just something we do on Sunday mornings. It's gathering together in various groups to discuss Scripture, enjoy each others' company, support each other, share meals, and pray with and for one another. And while we do these things in many ways in our whole-church Sunday gatherings, meeting together through the week in smaller groups allows us to do this in a more intimate setting, allowing us to grow deeper in our relationships with each other and with God.

If you would like to know more about the small groups, please feel free to contact the leaders directly, or you can talk to a pastor or elder, a person who attends a group, or someone in the office.


Below please find a list of current small groups and their leaders.  Please contact the church office if you would like more information 603.783.4045.

  • Laura & Pastor Josh Owens

    Sundays @ 6:15 pm

    Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Sue & Doug Chamberlin

    Tuesdays @ 9:30 am

    Richard Brown House

    Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Paula & Rick Jordan

    Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm

    Canterbury, New Hampshire

  • Senior High Discipleship

    Martha & Pat Testerman

    Alicen & Tim Twardosky

    Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm @ FCBC

    At FCBC

  • Junior High discipleship

    Don & Alyssa George

    Rusty & Jenn Stratton

    Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm @ FCBC

    Loudon, NH

  • Young Adults

    Jennie & Eric Steinhauser

    This small group meets in Concord for seniors in high school to age 25. We spend time in prayer and in Bible study, digging into God’s Word and encouraging one another to pursue Christ throughout the week.

    Wednesdays @ 6:00 pm

    Concord, New Hampshire

  • Weekly Bible Study

    We meet at the church on Thursday mornings at 9:30 am.  On the third Thursday of the month, we meet at Noon for a potluck luncheon Bible Study.  All are welcome to attend. 

  • Sharon & Dan DeHart

    Thursdays @ 7:00 pm

    Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Heidi & Dennis Lommen

    Fridays @ 6:30 pm

    Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Michelle A & Heidi Lommen

    Young Ladies Study, ages 11 to 15

    Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Tara & Paul Kesig

    Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm

    Concord, New Hampshire

  • sarah & Jeremy Cates

    Wednesdays @ 7:00 pm

    Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Darald & Georgia Trinka

    Kim & Tim Brown

    Second and fourth Wednesdays of the month @ 6:30 pm.

    Sanbornton, New Hampshire   

  • Caron Schwartz

    Hope Beyond Today; Navigating Life After Loss

    Saturday mornings beginning on March 16 through April 20 from 10:00 am to Noon.

    Concord, New Hampshire

  • Ross E. Allen

    A Discovery Bible Study - Daniel's 70th Week and the Day of the Lord.  What does the Bible say about the most prophesied event in the Scriptures?  Begins March 29, 2019 at 7:00 pm.  

    Epsom, NH.

    Contact Dianne McCormick at or call 603.840.0020 to register or for more information.  Space is limited.


June 16, 2019


  • Summer is a great time to experiment with different spiritual disciplines. You can read your Bible outside for instance or take a prayer walk without freezing. How would you like to experiment with your prayer life? Have you ever prayed through our phone directory? Have you ever prayed 3x’s a day? Have you ever prayed Scripture (prayer of Paul or a Psalm)?


  • What would you like to see changed in your prayer life? Do you not pray about “small” things so as not to bother God? Are your prayers only focused on self or our physical world? Do your prayers include praise or just petitions?


  • Peter and John were going to the temple at a set hour. How do spiritual rhythms helps us stay consistent in prayer? Can spiritual routines still allow for spiritual intimacy? 
  • Peter and John went to pray together. What are benefits of having prayer times corporately? 
  • Richard Burley then walked us through different aspects of the Lord’s Prayer.  
  • How does the plural aspect of the Lord’s Prayer change how you pray? 
  • Does everyone have the right to address God as Father? Why or Why not?  
  • What does the word Father convey about God’s character? 


  • What complications do we face as a body for praying together? What strategies do you have to address these hurdles?
  • How would you counsel a friend and a believer who believes that he can have his relationship with God and worship each Sunday with his internet or TV pastor and not attend in a local church? 
  • How would you counsel someone who has a negative view of their father and therefore has a difficult time addressing God as Father? 
  • My answer: Everyone’s view of a father needs correcting. That is why we are to pray “Our Father in heaven.” At some level, everyone knows what a good father is. If they didn’t, how could they ever say, “I have had a bad father”? They couldn’t. Obviously this requires grace and time. However, everyone can learn to address God as Father because everyone has an idea of a good father. And everyone needs to have their ideas of father corrected to true father. 
  • What does it mean to you be a “praying church” How would you evaluate whether we are a “praying church?” How would you help us grow as a “praying church”?