9:45am to 10:45am


Stewart Family Life Center Meeting Rm

The Adventure Class discusses thought-provoking books and their questions. Beginning in September, we will read The Rewritten Life: When God Changes Your Story by Jessica LaGrone. Its chapters include Abraham, Ruth, Peter, and the unnamed woman.

Contact: Bob LaGrone


John Wesley

John Wesley Room (off Narthex)
This fall (September – November) we will be studying the scriptures from the new revised common lectionary each week.  The scriptures are distributed to be read aloud and discussed, requiring no preparation. We pray for each other, study with each other and enjoy lively discussion.  
Contact: Larry Ellzey584-1393

New Life

Room C3 (under the stairs)

We are a discussion class for adults of all ages and stages.  Beginning September 10, our discussions will be guided by the six session book and video God’s Story, Your Story by Max Lucado.  We will be discussing how your daily life relates to God’s grand, epic story.  

Contact: Mary Bell Haney, 833-6834 


Open Door

Stewart Family Life Center, Lobby

Open doors and open minds lead to lively, provocative discussions and exchange of ideas. We enjoy our varied studies from many acclaimed Christian authors, as well as the occasional party! Visitors are always welcome, and the door is always open.

Contact: Frank & ZoeDean Middleton       581-3051

Table Talk:

Five Marks of a Methodist

This is a six-week study led by Pastor Robert. It asks the question, “How should Methodists live?” The focus is spiritual growth and character formation, with relevant study and engaging conversation based on the Bible, John Wesley’s teaching, and our daily lives.

Contact: Pastor Robert



Practical Christian Living 

Room C2 

We study Christian books and movies to explore practical issues that confront us (e.g., living ethical lives, finding meaning in our work, managing finances, using prayer to deal with difficult problems, understanding other religions).  Our studies and discussions will be consistent with the biblical principles of our Christian faith and the traditions of the United Methodist Church.

Contact: Nancy Haegele