Not everyone finds connection the same way. Some of us love to have deep personal theological conversations, and some of us… don’t. Some want to lead worship and read scripture, and some want to serve quietly behind the scenes. And that is OK! What is important is we find a way to connect. To that end, we launched Connect to help find a way for you to get plugged in here at First.
Sunday Morning Connect Groups
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Looking for a place to grow and share with others in your faith? We will have several small groups checking on each other and sharing in life together, using John Wesleys 21 questions to connect with one another. These questions would help John Wesley’s “Holy Club” and some of his fellow collegians to monitor their faith, be accountable to one another, and grow in discipleship and we hope the same will be done during our Connect Groups at FUMC. These groups will be made from 6-8 people and will meet over zoom or in homes
Join a class and learn more about the church, and what we believe.
The Agape class studies a wide variety of topics relating to our spiritual journey as we navigate through day to day life.
Gospel of Luke
Facilitator: Rev. Edward Ramsey
Wednesday mornings Begins AGAIN on January 13
Join in on Wednesday Mornings as we study the Book of Luke together.
Classes and groups focused on God’s healing love
This a 13 week grief recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of losing a loved one.
ANOTHER CLASS WILL BE OFFERED SOON! STAY TUNED!!
CONTACT Rev. Edward Ramsey
Sunday Morning Connect and Grow Groups
Sunday Mornings at 10am
These small groups will be using John Wesley’s 21 Self-Examination Questions to guide the conversation each Sunday. These questions would help John Wesley’s “Holy Club” and some of his fellow collegians to monitor their faith, be accountable to one another, and grow in discipleship and we hope the same will be done during our Connect Groups at FUMC. These groups will be made from 6-8 people and will meet over zoom or in homes.
Tuesday Morning Men’s Group
Insurance Associates of the Triad Office
Currently the Men’s Group is doing a study on Resilience. There’s no magic dust that creates resilience. It must be earned through experience. In a world of trials and troubles, our God has great plans for each one of us. How can we allow God to use our broken lives to build something beautiful. This group is meeting as a small group in a large space, and staying socially distant and wearing masks.
Let’s take care of each other by checking on one another and caring for each other in difficult times.
Want to serve? Make a meal, help a neighbor, volunteer at Lydias place? Stay tuned for information about different missions you can help with.