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Adult Sunday School

Spiritual Development is an important building block in knowing and following Christ as we become disciples in the world.  We have a wide range of curriculum for different ages and stages in our faith journey. 

Crusaders Class

The Crusaders, an adult co-ed class, follows a weekly study and discussion program based on regular Bible Study, using the International Lesson Series. Care and concern for members and friends are a priority. Meetings take place on Sundays from 9:30-10:30 am in Room 206.

Homebuilders Marriage Class

The Homebuilders class is dedicated to giving couples skills to build their marriages and relationships with a Christian focus. They meet at 10:00-10:45am, Sunday morning, in the CUMC Library, 2nd floor.  On October 2, they are starting a new weekly study entitled Grace Based Parenting, by Tim Kimmel.  This DVD-led class will explore parenting in these times.  "Dr. Kimmel recommends a parenting style that mirrors God's love, reflects His forgiveness, and displaces fear as a motivator for behavior."  For more information contact Amber Vincent at boyd.amber@gmail.com.  All are welcome! 

Good News Class

The Good News Class consists of adults of all ages that discuss social, historical, and Bible-based material. Their current study is called 'Invitation to the Old Testament.' It is written by Celia Brewer Sinclair and James D. Tabor.  According to teacher, Judy Yolles it is "Well written, very scholarly and very interesting." The class hosts the Annual Ice Cream Social every June as a fundraiser for its various projects. Meetings take place in Room 210 on Sunday mornings from 9:30 - 10:30am.  

 

Weekly Readers Class

This class was formed to learn more about the Biblical base to the Christian faith and in turn relates it to daily life. They are Weekly Readers because each week they devote the Sunday School hour to reading from the books of the Bible. Our motto is "Studying the Bible... One book at a time!" Meets at 9:45 in Room 314.

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