Unless otherwise noted, Sunday School classes meet at 9:45 a.m. Childcare is available on the first floor on Sundays.

What makes Methodists different?
Room 222

Join Pastor Jacob Joiner in this new class for people ages 18-35. We are currently discussing topics such as where the Methodist movement came from and the theological beliefs associated with it. To get to the classroom, enter from the Erwin Street entrance and take the elevator to the second floor. Questions? Contact Jacob Joiner.

Room 233

This class is for adults of any age. We use the Adult Bible Curriculum with a discussion-style format. Differing points of view are encouraged.

Room 114

This is a multigenerational class of singles and married couples who support one another through the hard times and celebrate God's goodness all the time.

Room 232

This class is for adults of various ages. Bible study and faith lessons are led by rotating teachers in both lecture and discussion formats. Class members are very mission hearted.

Room 240
10 a.m.

The class studies various spiritual and life topics presented in discussion format. Couples are late 30s to early 50s and most have young children.

Room 143 (Adult Lounge)

This class is for singles and married age 50 and older. Bible-based studies and discussion. Members have a chance to meet new people, gather for social activities and participate in service projects.

The Hub

This class is for adults for all ages who study the Bible through lectures from the Adult Bible Study curriculum. This class can be heard on a weekly radio broadcast on AM 600 at 10 a.m. on Sundays, and it livestreams in the Friendly Class Facebook group at 10 a.m. each Sunday.

Room 106

This class is a small group of adults of various ages, both married and single. Discussions on spiritual topics allow members to reflect on living as a Christian and United Methodist.

New Genesis
Room 234

As parents of young adult/college age children, our class places an emphasis on being purposeful Christians while enjoying the camaraderie of watching our kids become capable adults. Lessons are Bible based and discussion is encouraged.

New Life
Room 225

This class is for adults in their 40s and up. Class members serve as rotating teachers and use both lecture and discussion formats as the follow the Adult Bible Study curriculum. The class is actively involved in church ministry and mission.

Pairs and Parents
Room 229

This is a large class for retired senior married couples and singles who maintain close relationships through small groups rearranged annually, working together in mission and social projects meeting the needs of fellow members. The Adult Bible Study curriculum is presented by invited speakers. Occasionally a special subject or topic may be presented.

Seasons Class
Room 223

This class is mostly made up of parents in their 40s-50s with kids from youth to young adult. Leaders facilitate Bible-based teaching via lecture, video, and discussion to explore topics from a historical perspective while also bringing the Word to life for daily application.

Room 235

This class is a caring, committed group of adults, ages 50 and up, who seek knowledge, wisdom and a growing relationship with Christ through the study of the Adult Bible Study curriculum. Classes are member-led in a discussion format.

Room 242

This is a class for adults in their 40s, 50s and 60s. Lessons are taught lecture style and discussion and comments are always welcome. Study topics include Bible chapter studies and life application.

Room 113

“How good and how pleasant it is when God’s people live together in Unity!” (Psalm 133:1 NIV). Lessons are taught from the Bible in lecture style. Members are invited to have an ongoing and lively discussion from God’s Word. Members are active in all areas of the church, have frequent socials and would love for you to come and learn more about Jesus Christ. Open to all ages.

The Vine
Room 353

We are a group of people that enjoy fellowshipping and figuring out Christian life, together. We span a variety of topics, but especially like discussing hard or interesting topics. This often results in lively discussion and polite banter. We aren’t afraid of pushing each other outside of our comfort zones, and aren’t easily offended. This is a probably considered a non-traditional class.

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