“MEN & WOMEN OF FAITH” Sunday Bible Study – 9:30 a.m. (Assembly Room, Upstairs)
“Men & Women of Faith” is a multigenerational adult class with common goals of growing in faith, knowledge of God and learning His will for our lives. We enjoy lively discussions from all members present and have grown to appreciate our differences as well as embrace our common interest. We share our struggles and joys as we pray for one another. During 2017 we will use the study material from the recent best seller “The Shack.” Beginner Bible students are Welcome and will feel right at home around the table. Bring your favorite Bible or use one in our library. Come, there are new friends and an empty chair waiting for you! Class contact, Gordon Hardin.
“GOOD NEWS” Sunday Bible Study – 9:30 a.m.
(Room #4 Upstairs)
“Good News” Class is proud to be the oldest continuing Bible Study held at CLUMC. If you are 18 to 118 years young, you are Welcome! We use the Adult Bible Study Curriculum which focuses on exploring the Biblical message and how it applies to our daily life. Please join us at 9:45 a.m. for an hour of discussion. Only your desire to learn the Word is necessary! Class contact, Kay Moon.
“Koinonia” Sunday Bible Study – 10:50 a.m.
(Greek for Christian Fellowship) (Assembly Room Upstairs)
Young Adults lead our new Bible Study which will focus on “When Christians Get it Wrong.” Our study will teach us new ways of understanding the issues that keep people away from Christianity, and keep them from living a more compelling faith. Class contact, Shae Wiens or Cheryl Johnson.
CHILDREN Sunday Bible Study (PreK – 5th Grade)
9:30-10:30 am. (Classrooms downstairs)
YOUTH Sunday Bible Study (6th – 12th Grade)
9:30- 10:45 (Room 1 downstairs)
Children and Youth will learn from scriptures how to trust Jesus Christ as their Savior. We encourage life skills that give strong foundations for moral character which carry children and youth into their adult years. Fun crafts, music and sometimes outrageous individual enthusiasm for the Bible lesson is part of classroom time. Children contact: Betty Smith or John Burger. Youth contact, Katherine Reed.