We offer informal classes to fit any age, interest, stage of faith development.
Adult Sunday School
Sundays from 9:45-10:45 a.m., weekly
This class uses a quarterly Adult Bible Study series designed to help members understand the meaning and authority of the Bible for Christian living. Daily Bible readings are suggested for at-home study. Exploring the Bible meets in Classroom B beside Carpenter Hall.
Current Study: Acknowledging God (March through May)
The name “Route 66” reflects members’ interest in traveling through the 66 books of the Bible. It’s a discussion-based class focused on challenging members’ faith and discipleship. Resources and class facilitation vary. It’s held in classroom 304 (beside the church library).
Current Study: TBD
BASICS (Brothers and Sisters in Christ’s Service)
This class revolves around the spiritual disciplines of religious study, local service, prayer outreach, and authentic fellowship. The goal is to deepen their faith-full witness and to broaden the circle of those they seek to touch through their witness. It’s held in classroom 400 in the children’s wing, beside the sacristy.
Current Study: Top 10 United Methodist Beliefs by Don Adams
Short-term topics are discussed on various biblical texts and concepts; designed for deeper study. This class meets in classroom 408.
Current Study: A New Testament study of Jesus' Ministry in the Gospels
This class explores various topics using short-term DVD based studies. It meets in classroom 503 off the Old Fellowship Hall.
Current Study: Gifts of the Dark Wood by Eric Elnes