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There is always some type of recreation happening at FCC, whether it is using our indoor walking track, joining a fitness class, or enjoying a good card game. The fellowship can be just as valuable in attaining a healthy body, mind, and spirit.  

Indoor Walking Track


8am -11am & 1p-4pm

Open to the community


Body Recall Class

Monday, Wednesday, Friday Low Impact Classes

8am-9am & 9am-10am

Open to the community

Tai Chi Class



Open to the community

Healthy Back Class

Wednesday & Friday


Open to the community


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Make fitness a part of a healthy lifestyle by using our gym and indoor walking track.  



Social interaction can benefit the mind and build lasting relationships with one another.


Bridge Card Game

This popular card game is being played all over Danville almost everyday of the week. A mixed group of beginners and seasoned players meet on Mondays at 10:00 am in Room 206. Everyone is welcome!   (CURRENTLY NOT MEETING)

Boy Scouts

Boy Scout Troop 326

Troop 326 was originally chartered by the First Christian Church of Danville in 1921 as Troop 26.  For unknown reasons, the charter lapsed in 1964; however the Troop was granted a new charter in 1965 and was registered as Troop 326.


Currently, there are 10 adult leaders and 8 Boy Scouts.  Troop 326 has witnessed 63 Scouts earn the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable in Boy Scouts.


Much of the program revolves around outdoor activities which includes a solid merit badge and advancement program for boys ages 11 through 18. Troop 326 is also active in participating in several service projects in the Danville-Boyle County area.  Some of the current community leaders participated in the Boy Scout program and were members of Troop 326, either as a Scout or as a leader and in some instances both. 


Contact Stephen Davis for additional information regarding our program.


Cell phone for text messages: 859-583-4392

Boy Scouts

Scout Sign by Audrey McKenzie from the Noun Project

This organization helps youth build character,  instill values, and develop life-long skills. 

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