Sunday School

Adult Sunday School Classes

J.O.Y.: learning in room 127
A class of intergenerational adults who diligently study the United Methodist Publishing House curriculum, Adult Bible Studies.
Great Expectations: learning in Fellowship Hall
A group of couples and singles. A welcoming atmosphere of learning and discussion of many Christian-related topics. Guest speakers are also invited for programs.“
Men’s Discussion: learning in the prayer room
A small group of mature Christian gentlemen who discuss current topics of the church and society.
Open Door: learning in room 214
An adult class composed of all ages. The class provides friendly fellowship and welcomes informative study, ranging from current events to discussion on Christian documentaries.
Open Hearts & Open Minds: learning in room 200
A discussion-oriented adult class for those ages 20-80 that provides an opportunity for participants to experience spiritual growth through exploring how the teachings of Jesus Christ apply to current issues.
Questors: learning in the Thackston Room
An active group of middle-aged + couples and singles studying God’s word in a variety of selected materials. Teachers/discussion leaders are volunteers from within the class.
Seekers: learning in room 201
40s and up (couples and singles) who explore a variety of topics from Bible study to current Christian authors, mixing class discussion and lecture.
A Maze of Grace: learning in Room 203-205
A younger adult age group that relies on their faith, friendships and family to navigate through the maze of life.
F.I.S.H. on Route 66: learning in Room 206 A group of adults that enjoy learning from each other. Their first venture together is studying books of the Bible, with different class members offering information they may have, as well as questions for each other to discuss. It is a great group for someone who would like to share in the faith journeys of others.

Come As You Are:  learning in Room 202 “Come As You Are” is envisioned as a Sunday School class for those that do not have a small group home, and desire to have a place that encourages spiritual growth and accountability despite the struggles we  often face in daily life.