We have many current class options to choose from! A few are on campus yet the majority are over Zoom. Join into study and fellowship with your church friends, right from the comfort of your own home!
To RSVP for a class, call the church office or email RSVP@mumconline.com
or fill out the form HERE.
Classes and groups that are currently open are listed below:
Sunday Mornings on Campus: The Bible Year - Sermon Follow up and Conversation Sermon: Want to dive deeper into what you heard in the sermon? Join one of the pastors to dive deeper into the scriptures read in the Bible Year reading plan during the week and in the worship service on Sunday mornings. Anyone is welcome to join the class in room 301.
Wednesday Evenings Online: The Bible Year: Discussing the scriptures in a small group is the best way to allow scripture to inform and transform your life. Join Pastor Carrie as we follow The Bible Year reading plan and discuss and learn together.
Scripture & Prayer
with Pastor Charlie
Pastor Charlie leads a discussion on Scripture & Prayer each Wednesday over Zoom at 11:00AM. This session they will study the book of Hebrews.
Sunday School sent to your email every week. Topics come from The United Methodist Church with lessons interpreted by Steve Feith. To be added to the weekly list, email to Steve at email@example.com
Life isn’t always bright and shiny, as Kate Bowler knows. Kate is a scholar of the prosperity gospel who blends deep spiritual insights with dark, witty humor. Join us as we discuss her conversations with a variety of actors, authors, and other fascinating people as we explore how we live as people of faith in this world.
Tuesday - Everything Happens Podcast
Join this group of men as they study, prayer for, and support each other. The group will begin studying the Book of Romans in January. This group is led by David Bowers and meets at 7AM in the Multipurpose Room.
Thursday - Men’s Bible Study
Looking at six iconic biblical characters we will discover how God calls ordinary people to bring hope and transformation to the world. Class meets at 11:30AM in the Multipurpose room and is led by Pastor Carrie. Beginning January 6th, we will use Called by Susan Robb as our text. You can view the book here: Called | Cokesbury
Thursday - Lunch & Learn:
New Member Class
Our next offering of our New Members Class will be Wednesdays at 6:00PM on ONLINE beginning January 12th. Facilitated by our pastors and staff, our New Member's Class looks at the history of Christianity, the beliefs of the United Methodist Church, and how we live out our faith through prayer, Scripture, giving, and service. This class is offered quarterly and is required for those interested in joining Memorial as members.
On Campus Adult
9:30AM – Sundays
Mike Wilkins Class- led by Steve Feith, this ongoing Sunday School class gathers to study the Bible together. They use the Adult Bible studies curriculum which you can view here: Curriculum / Adult / Adult Bible Studies | Cokesbury. Anyone is welcome to join them in room 301.
Seekers Class- led by Nancy Jordan, this ongoing Sunday School class rotates topics and studies as the group grows and learns together. Anyone is welcome to join the class for discussion and prayer in room 305.
NEW for 2022
10:45AM – Sundays
All classes are invited to join in the Multipurpose room (1st floor Sanctuary building) for coffee and doughnuts. Each week the group will fellowship and pray together, and all classes will be dismissed to go to their study rooms. These studies will rotate and change allowing for new participants to join easily with each new topic.
Classes beginning on January 16th
Praying the Scriptures: Do you sometimes find it hard to pray, not even knowing where to begin? Join Jeanne Robinson and the Yokefellows to discuss the benefits of praying the scriptures using varied methods of prayer. The study curriculum that will be used is a book called, Listen: Praying in a Noisy World, by Bishop Ruben Job; you can view it here: Listen Streaming Videos | Cokesbury Anyone is welcome to join the class in room 304.
The Bible Year - Sermon Follow up and Conversation Sermon: Want to dive deeper into what you heard in the sermon? Join one of the pastors to dive deeper into the scriptures read in the Bible Year reading plan during the week and in the worship service on Sunday mornings. Anyone is welcome to join the class in room 301.
Dispelling Christian Myths & Apologetics: Amid the culture wars raging around us, the name of Christianity has been invoked as an identity for a variety of movements which could cause many to ask what Christianity is or, in some cases, deem it as a menace to society. As faithful followers of Jesus we, now more than ever, need to be prepared to help clarify who the Father, Son, and Spirit are to a world looking for hope This class will explore a collection of the foundational questions surrounding the authenticity of the Christian faith. It will also provide time to discuss some common myths some have about it. We will explore several resources on these topics and select specific topics of study based on the class’s input.
Online and on Campus
Wednesday Night Classes – beginning Jan 12th – all classes begin at 6PM
The Bible Year: Discussing the scriptures in a small group is the best way to allow scripture to inform and transform your life. Join Pastor Carrie as we follow The Bible Year reading plan and discuss and learn together.
Faithlinks: Where Faith meets Current Events Join with other Christians as you seek to discuss current events through the lens of faith. Using Biblical principles and the United Methodist Social Principles Carrie Mac leads a discussion about the current topics in the news.
The Bible and Human Sexuality: Join Pastor Charlie to explore the Scriptures around the topic of human sexuality. In this class discuss some of the varying approaches to Scripture interpretation as we learn and grow together, seeking to grow in faith and in our understanding. This 6-week class will meet in room 304.
Disciple 1 Bible Study: Disciple Bible Study participants learn from daily scripture reading and study, the work of scholars, and group discussion to read through the scope of the Bible in 34 weeks. This group will be led by Roger Antworth and is open to anyone and will meet in room 305.