Adult Sunday Schools
This 10-week class explores what it means to be a Christian and serve God in a United Methodist Church. As part of this learning experience, we will engage in opportunities to use our spiritual gifts in service to our congregation and our community
Location: Room S-2 (on the east side of the sanctuary)
Facilitator: Rev. Nancy Twigg
Luke is the third of the four canonical Gospels. It tells of the origins, birth, ministry, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ.
Location: Community Room West
Facilitators: Facilitated by Bob Baird and Clay Pilkinton
The Gems is beginning a new Beth Moore study, “The Quest,” on February 2, 2020. This study is an excursion toward intimacy with God. The Quest is a challenge to accept the invitation to lead you into intimacy with the One who knows you best, to explore questions and responses from the Bible, track your quest by journaling (if you choose to) along the way, and learning to respond to Scripture.
Location: Gems Classroom
Facilitator: Debbie Bonds
Luke was an associate of the Apostle Paul, and also the author of the book of Acts. Luke was a doctor and probably well-educated according to the style of writing and structure of his text. The Gospel of Luke is specifically addressed to an individual named Theophilus and is focused on the complete story and history of Jesus Christ from His birth and ministry to His crucifixion and resurrection. Luke’s Gospel focuses on Christ’s teachings about salvation and Christ’s fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies regarding the coming Messiah. It includes the beautiful birth story of the baby Jesus and the miracle conception by God. Join us for a study of this beautiful and deeply moving Gospel.
Location: Room A-4 in the Annex
Facilitator: Chris Lavan
The Seekers Class is currently working with the small group study, “Taking Care of Business,“ by Andy Stanley. The study addresses problems we’re all familiar with – from dealing with coworkers and superiors while exemplifying Christ, to balancing our work and home life,”
Location: Community Room East
Facilitators: Mike & Carole Wall and Wayne & Susan McMahon
The ancient city of Thessalonica has been reduced to rubble in the two thousand years since Paul authored 1 Thessalonians. Christianity has spread from Jerusalem to Judea and Samaria and the ends of the earth. So much has is different in the world since Paul wrote to the Thessalonians, but in many ways, little has changed. We still need encouragement. We need integrity, virtue, hope love, and a good challenge. We too need assurance, peace, love, and most of all, we need grace.
Location: Room A-3 in the Annex
Facilitator: Tom and Linda Watkins