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Classes and groups that are currently open are listed below:
The Bible Year Companion Classe
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.
The Wednesday Night companion class will resume on Wednesday, April 27 at 6:00PM via Zoom.
Faithlinks: A Curriculum- based look at current events through the lens of United Methodism resume April 27th via Zoom (class plans to meet some weeks in person at various locations, contact Carrie Mac to check when.)
Ongoing Wednesday Night Classes
3PM in the Multipurpose room, join Steve Taylor for an in-depth Bible study on the Apostles of the New Testament.
Monday Afternoon - Apostles of the New Testament
School, Emailed Weekly
The Christ-focused Bible Lessons come from the Adult Sunday School Lessons published quarterly by Cokesbury and are approved by the United Methodist Church General Board of Discipleship. The scriptures are interpreted from the Jewish perspective by Steven Feith. To be added to the weekly email list, contact Steven Feith at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list. No books are required.
Join us each Thursday at 11:30AM in the Multipurpose room. We pick different books to read and discuss. Pastor Carrie leads this class.
Thursday - Lunch & Learn:
Join this group of men as they study, prayer for, and support each other. The group will begin studying the Book of John beginning in May. This group is led by David Bowers and meets at 7AM in the Multipurpose Room.
Thursday - Men’s Bible Study
New Member Class
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.
Our next class begins in September! Contact Karen for more information!
On Campus Adult
9:30AM – Sundays
Mike Wilkins Class- A continuous class led by Steven Feith, who gives “the rest of the story,” from the Jewish perspective on the Christ-focused Sunday school lessons from the Adult Bible studies curriculum which you can view here: Curriculum / Adult / Adult Bible Studies | Cokesbury. Anyone is welcome any Sunday @ 9:30am, student study book will be provided free.
Seekers Class- led by Nancy Jordan, this ongoing Sunday School class rotates topics and studies as the group grows and learns together. Currently they are studying the Book of Job using the Serendipity Bible. Anyone is welcome to join the class for discussion and prayer in room 305.
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.
History of the United Methodist Church- Join Andy Foote and his class for an engaging discussion and time of learning about the history of the United Methodist Church. Ask your questions and seek answers to how we came to be.
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.
Yokefellows: Using video-based lesson this group seeks to grow as deeply rooted disciples through discission, learning, and sharing life together. They are open to anyone and meet in room 304 on Sundays at 11AM." Beginning May 22nd, they will be discussion Mike Slaughters "Revolutionary Kingdom."