Sunday Mornings at FUMC

Christian Love Class– The longest running class at FUMC. Everyone truly supports each other in “Christian Love”, in a small class where anyone is welcome to join. They meet at 10:00 am in the Christian Love Classroom on the second floor of the main building.

Holt-McGlohon Class- This Sunday school class loves to discuss a wide variety of topics including God’s love for us, prayer, developing a closer relationship with God, and Bible study. They meet in they Holt/McGlohon classroom on the second floor of the main building.

Agape Class- The Agape class studies a wide variety of topics relating to our spiritual journey as we navigate through day to day life. They meet on the third floor of the main building (behind the sanctuary).

All classes are open and welcome new members!

 Sundays at FUMC

 

 

 Discover who we are as a church! This is an information introduction to life at First and you will learn how to get connected to the church. The next gathering will be Sunday, September 16th after the 9:30am and 11am services. Please meet Pastor Caitlin at the information center.

 

 

 

What does it mean that we practice open communion? Who was John Wesley? Who are these people we call United Methodists? If you have any of these questions or others about being United Methodist please join Pastor Lynda on Sunday evenings beginning September 16 from 5-6:30pm for an adult Confirmation Class.

 

 

 

 Monday Nights at FUMC

7:00 pm – Pastor Lynda and Pastor Caitlin were teaching Christian Believer on Monday nights in the Asbury Center. The Christian Believer curriculum focused on classical teachings of the Christian faith – presenting, explaining, and interpreting them in a way that participants can understand, through the use of words, symbols, and hymns. Over a 30-week period, participants examined the writings of ancient and modern Christian commentators and viewed video presentations by leading Bible scholars. A new study will begin on September 10.

 Wednesday Nights at FUMC

 

5:00 pm – We gather for a homecooked meal shared between church members and the community in the Fellowship Hall.  The cost of the meal each week is $5/individual or a $10 max per family.

6:00 pm – Various activities are offered, for all ages. Children meet in the Children’s Hall and First Youth meet in Youth Room, while an Adult Bible study is offered in the D.W. Holt Classroom on the second floor of the Main Building. Pastor Caitlin will be teaching  A Different Kind of Christmas which will empower your family and our church to reclaim the broader missional meaning of Jesus’ birth and experience a Christmas season with more peace and joy than any toy or gadget could ever bring.

The study will begin on November 28 and continue until December 12.

7:15 pm – Chancel Choir Rehearsal in the Choir Room and Modern Worship Team Rehearsal in the Asbury Center. Child care is provided.

 

 

 Small Groups at FUMC