Groups & Bible Studies

Adult Learning Groups

Learning Groups

Our vision is to help people look to Jesus and look like Jesus. Through gathering with other Christians for mutual support, Bible study, shared mission and ministry, our learning groups lead people through meeting Jesus, learning Jesus’ message and living out their calling in the world.

All classes meet on Sundays at 10:45 a.m.

 

Allcomers Class

Ages 50+
Room 316 / Library

This class uses Bible-based studies with a Wesleyan approach to see the connection between social issues and our faith. Single and married class members love to welcome “All Comers” to join us!

Connections Class

Ages 30s – 40s
Room 306

This class is a community of adults in our late 30’s-late 40’s who actively build relationships with each other as they walk through life together. We have both couples and singles in our class.

Elevate Overtime Class

Ages 40+ (and all life stages)
Room 303

This group gathers for conversation to dig a little deeper into each week’s Modern Worship Service sermon. Elevate Overtime is great for visitors or those that have not had a chance to engage with small groups.

Epiphany Class

Ages 30s – 40s
Room 307

This group meets to deepen their faith through in-depth challenging studies and discussions, service, and fellowship. Studies alternate between a book of the Bible and a Christian study book.

Foundations Class

Ages late 50s and up
Room 311

The class studies Scripture, historical context around Scripture, as well as contemporary writers of our time.

Grace & Peace Class

Ages 30s – 50s
Room 310

An adult learning group that is willing to take on challenging topics with open minds. Most members have school-aged children.

Journey Of Faith Class

Adults of all ages
Room 304

This class focuses on topics such as contemporary faith issues, classic Christian authors, and Bible study. Willing classmates rotate as the class discussion leader. This group also hosts social activities, mission projects, and service opportunities to live out our faith together.

Parenting In Faith Class

Ages 30s to 50s
Room 302

This class focuses on the application of Christian discipleship in weekly lessons on contemporary issues, family life, and Bible study. Joining this class can be a gateway for those who have an interest in other roles in the church.

Providence Class

Ages 45-65, empty nesters
Room 308

This class aims to explore life in an imperfect world through Bible study and other relevant books and studies. This group of couples and singles are at various stages of their faith journey and encourage anyone to share the walk with them.

Seekers Class

Adults of all ages
Choir Room

This class enjoys laughter and lively discussion of books and videos by contemporary Christian authors.

Trinity Class

Ages 60 and up
Room 312

Most members of this class are faithful servants of God and fun-loving persons ready to share and participate in Christian fellowship. Studies are Bible-based.

WIPs (Works in Progress)

Adults of all ages
Room 305

Supporting one another and growing in our faith, this class seeks to participate in church mission and service opportunities. They discuss a variety of Bible, mission, societal, and Christian living topics.

Life Groups

Connect as part of a Life Group!

 Looking for a way to connect with others in the church and grow in your faith in this time of social distancing? Join a Life Group! A Life Group is a small group of 8-12 people who meet weekly (by Zoom right now, but typically in homes) to build relationships, grow spiritually, and share in life together. Whatever age or stage of life you are in, Life Groups are a place where you can connect deeply with God and one another. For more information, email Steve Moomau (steve_moomau@yahoo.com).

 

Looking for more?

Be sure to check out the Events Calendar for additional adult group studies.

Pastor-Led

Bible Studies

Gospel of John

Join us for a Bible study on the Gospel of John from 10:30-11:45 am. The teacher will be Senior Pastor Tom Palmer. Participants will be using the book by N.T. Wright, John For Everyone Part 1. Cost of the book is $12. 

Digging for Meaning in Romans

While the New Testament provides the core context for our Christian beliefs, the book of Romans is central to Pauline theology for the church. In this year-long study led by Rev. Rick Williamson we will explore the theology and themes found in the chapters of Romans.

Still have questions?

Get in touch!

General Inquiries
Rev. Sumesh Jacob
sjacob@fumccoppell.org
972-462-0471, ext 214

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