Faith Development

Adult Sunday School Classes

  • Wired Word, a discussion group of younger and not-so-young adults who tackle the issues of daily living, and consider the ways in which faith affects our lives. Lessons are based on a weekly emailed topic.
  • Open Door Class, a class that selects lesson series on the Bible or other topics and whose discussions and lessons are led by a teacher.  Open Door also has monthly class meetings and other social events.
  • Second Mile/Homebuilders Class, a class that studies various topics led by persons from the class as well as presenters from the community.
  • Quest Learning Group, a Bible lectionary-based class that focuses on weekly scripture lessons as they relate to contemporary life.
  • Faith Class, designed for adults with special needs and their caregivers, led by a devoted team of leaders, which includes Bible stories, music, prayer and socialization.  Highlights of the year for the Faith Class are the annual Halloween party and Christmas outing, as well as the talent shows sponsored by MRDD
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United Methodist Women

             Three circle groups meet monthly throughout the year, one in the afternoon, and two in the evening, providing opportunities for fellowship, study and service.  The UMW unit sponsors several annual events, including a Mission Fair and a summer garage sale, with proceeds supporting local and global missions of the church.   

Renewal Hour

            A weekly opportunity for small-group learning under the direction of the pastor, meeting Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. (Sept.-May) to sing, study and pray.  Study topics have included Bible selections, hymns, sacraments of the church, and other related topics. 

Youth Ministry

            Youth are invited to participate in a Sunday morning class. 

Children’s Ministry      

           
Children from toddler through sixth grade will find loving, caring adults eager to welcome them each Sunday.  Teachers use a variety of lessons and activities to share Bible stories and life lessons with our children, beginning at 9:45 a.m. each Sunday.

             Each summer, Wednesday night is set aside for Summer Fun Club, for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade.  We share a meal and fellowship, followed by activities that are designed to teach Christian values and learning strategies.  This year’s theme for Summer Fun Club is “Superheroes.”

             School age children are invited to participate in Music Experience in the fall and spring, an opportunity to learn about music-making through singing, playing Orff instruments and hand bells.  Music Experience shares what they have learned during worship services.

                 Various holiday activities are also provided for children.

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