Sunday School Classes
The Jennings and The Bill Davis Sunday School classes meet after the service at 11:00 AM. Other classes are planning to reconvene in the near future. Please contact the church office for more information.
A brief description of each class is provided below to help you decide where you might connect for study and fellowship.
The Next Chapter (TNC)
Our class of young to middle-aged adults is focused on studying the Books of the Bible. The Books are selected by group interest, and thus far we’ve studied: John, Ruth, Jonah, Esther, and we are currently learning many things from Acts. We study scripture and use maps and other historical references to visualize the times and places as we read. As a class, we also feel called to reach out into the community and help others with home repairs and other tasks as needed. Come be a part of our group!
The Jennings Class
The Jennings Class is a small intimate class that meets in the library. With the help of United Methodist adult literature, we study Biblical scripture and learn to care for one another. Our current attendance includes mostly seasoned adults, but we welcome all interested adults.
The Bill Davis Class
The Bill Davis Class uses the Adult Bible Studies guides each week. Bible-based and Christ-focused, it is an approved resource by the General Board of Discipleship of the UMC. Lessons feature a purpose statement, biblical text, explanation and application, and prayer. Though we currently range in age from 50’s to 90’s, we encourage adults of all ages desiring to know and understand the Bible to join our class. Be a part of our biblically based and engaging conversations.
The Good Life
A Book Club
Refreshingly different! Full of discussion and fellowship, we are a Sunday School class but also a Christian book club. Every Sunday, we get together to exchange stories of how these books relate to our everyday Christian lives. Our fellowship ages range from 50’s to 90’s, so don’t let your age be a factor in not joining us in worthwhile discussion and study.