Epworth UMC offers a variety of opportunities for all ages to participate in small groups and Sunday school classes. While these groups provide fellowship and support - they also foster our relationship with Christ; helping us grow together to become disciples.
SOME OF OUR RECENT & ONGOING SMALL GROUP OPPORTUNITIES:
Prayer in the Parlor (Intercessory Prayer - Mondays 7pm-8pm)
- "Unbinding the Gospel"
- Andy Griffith Show Bible Study
- Disciple Bible Study
- Spiritual Gifts Studies & Inventory
- Forgiveness: Finding Peace through Letting Go (Adam Hamilton) will be held on Wednesday afternoons 11am and nights at 6pm
- Esther: It’s Tough Being a Women (Beth Moore) at 7pm in September/October day of the week TBD.
- God’s Big Picture (Vaughn Roberts)
- 24 Hours that Changed the World (Adam Hamilton)
- Christianity and World Religions (Adam Hamilton)
- Deuteronomy: The Law of Love (Beth Moore)
Sunday School meets Sunday mornings at 9:50am.
There are classes for all ages and interests.
EXAMPLES OF ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES:
Chi Rho Sunday School Class
The Chi Rho Class meets in room 104 in the education wing and is led by Betty Barnhardt each week. The class welcomes anyone—single, married, seniors—-who would like to join a friendly open class who enjoy fellowship and the Word of God. Study materials used in the past have included books by James Moore, short term Bible studies and other popular books. This is a discussion type class who also have social events monthly for fellowship.
Epworth Sunday School Class
The Epworth Sunday School Class meets each Sunday in the Widenhouse Building (the brick building behind the church) with Gene Rector as teacher. The class uses the International Bible Lesson series. This class is a class that is made of a mixed age of adults and uses a lecture/discussion format. The class is a caring, loving, Bible centered class that boasts the best coffee around. Everyone is welcome!
Seekers Sunday School Class
Addresses social problems and dealing with them from a Christian perspective. Class is team-taught on a rotational basis.