As we begin 2020, we have several exciting opportunities for small group study, fellowship and growth. Check them out and sign up today!
Fast Track Disciple Bible Study
Wednesdays, beginning January 15 | 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. | Youth House
Disciple Bible Study provides participants a chance to gain a real understanding of scripture and a deeper sense of what it means to be faithful followers of Christ. Over the course of 24 weeks together, we will study the Scriptures and engage in meaningful conversations that help us to consider how the Bible continues to shape and mold us today. The schedule for this course allows for participants to have periodic breaks in their study completing the Old Testament study portion in May and resuming with the New Testament portion in September. Pastor George and Jeff Rogers will facilitate this group on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Books are available for purchase and are $32/set. Child care is available by emailing Amanda@fumcbelmont.org. Email George@fumcbelmont.orgto register as a participant or if you have questions.
Invitation to the Old Testament
Thursdays, beginning January 9 | 10:00 a.m. | Carpenter Hall Classroom
Wanda Randolph and Sally Bashant will be co-facilitating an 8 week Disciple Bible Study Short Term class beginning with the Invitation to the Old Testament beginning Thursday, January 9that 10:00 a.m. in Classroom B outside Carpenter Hall. This group will study the Scriptures together and gather for one hour weekly to discuss daily readings and study manual. This study does include a DVD component to be used each week in class. Participant books are available for purchase in the church office and cost $15. To register or if you have questions, please email Wanda Randolph at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUST FOR CHILDREN: The St. John’s Bible Experience
Wednesdays, beginning January 8 | 6:15-7:15 pm.
Elementary-aged children are invited to participate in a special Wednesday night study using the St. John’s Bible exhibit our church will be hosting in January and February. If you are unfamiliar with the St. John’s Bible, visit www.stjohnsbible.orgfor more information. In this curriculum, children will have the unique opportunity to explore art and the Bible in a new way while drawing upon their understandings of the Bible and their own gifts and talents that can be used to further God’s work here on earth. Kathy Johnston will be teaching this six week study with our children beginning January 8th.