9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Sunday School is the easiest way to get involved in our community here at First United Methodist Church. You will meet new and lifelong friends as you join us in studying scripture and sharing our experiences. We offer a number of classes listed below. Visitors are always welcome. We would love to have you.
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Children's Sunday School
Children, infants to 6th grade, meet in the children's wing for Sunday School. Please visit our Children's page for more details.
Youth Sunday School
Youth, 7th to 12th grade, meet in the youth wing for Sunday School. Please visit our Youth page for more details.
College and Young Adult Sunday School - Rev. Jeff McDonald's Office
This group is generally made up of 18-35 year old's and meets weekly for study on how current events impact the lives of people of faith. The study is discussion based and open to people of all types. We would love to see you! For more information, please email Tyler Skrapka at email@example.com
Young Couples’ Class - 206
Join Gary Robinson on Sunday Mornings between 9:45 to 10:45 am for a Young Couples’ Sunday School Class.
Adult Bible Study - 207
Members represent a wide range of age, occupation, and theological background. They supplement intensive Biblical study with contemporary scholarship, video series, and stimulating discussion.
Cornerstones - 203
This group provides a network of support in many diverse areas that affect the lives of families working, volunteering, and raising children while still maintaining a strong Christian faith.
Friendship - Library
Established in 2001, this small class is dedicated to inspirational roundtable discussions, searching scriptures for spiritual renewal, and finding ways to serve in church and community. They are mission-oriented, supporting blood drives and tackling foreign mission projects.
New Horizons - 205
Couples in this long-established class are parents of high school and young adult children. They are very supportive of each other and study Christian works or a designated book of the Bible. Their fellowship activities and mission commitment combine to make this class active and rewarding.
Open Door/Upper Room - Parlor
Those who like an informal atmosphere will feel at home in this class, composed primarily of retirees who enjoy singing and studying together. Rotating teachers elicit lively discussions as they present Scriptural lessons. Dedicated to serving, members regularly volunteer to help with church functions and community needs.Most members of this large class are retired from conventional jobs, but not from Christian service. They are passionate about helping those in need. Beginning each lesson by singing hymns, they usually are taught from Adult Bible Studies. Their annual Ice Cream Social and Christmas Dinner are well known.
Roundtable - 201
This is a class of couples and singles with children and grandchildren. Various class members serve as leaders in their roundtable discussions, using Adult Bible Studies or video-assisted lessons. They are committed to supporting youth, the Women’s Shelter, and Love INC.
50/50 Class - 204
Composed of couples and singles, this group studies scripturally-supported topics or a book of the Bible.