We have a small group for YOU!
Sunday Small Groups
9:00 am through October, 10:00 starting November 4,2018
FUMC offers an array of Sunday school classes for every
individual. You should find the perfect fit for your spiritual needs.
The Nursery is staffed each week, from 8:45 am until the end of the second worship service. Bible stories and videos for infants through 2 years old offer an introduction to God's Love. Marty Nolte is our Nursery coordinator.
Beginners, room 202: Three and four year olds get to know God's Love with Bible stories and verses, music and crafts.
Kindergarten - 3th Grade, rooms 200 & 201: Children meet friends and get acquainted with new ones in our Sunday School program. This program allows the children to explore the bible through crafts, drama, games, stories and song.
Grades 4th & 5th, room 204: Bible stories and games help this class learn how much God loves them and to develop a lifelong faith.
Mid-High: 6th, 7th & 8th grades, room 304. Led by Michele Moon and Scot Calfee, this year, we are on a Great Adventure through the Bible. DVDs, music, games, practical application, and food for the journey will be a regular part of our Sunday mornings.
Senior High: 9th through 12th grades, East Fellowship Hall. Led by Chris Komorech, this class allows the youth to choose their own topics each week. Feel like talking about prayer? You got it. Feel like talking about living a Christian life? You bet. Come on down and be a part of the discussion.
Men’s Class, room 300, is led by Bob Cooper. Discussion is thoughtful and includes current religious and social topics intermixed with ideas generated from the scripture-related reading.
Adult Bible Study, room 301, led by Bob and Katherine Sawyer, regularly reads and discusses books by noted Christian authors.
Kaleidoscope, room 302, led by Jan & Dave McLaughlin.
They discuss the application of our faith to daily life, and are intentionally trans-generational.
The Stages Class, room 303: This class engages in discussion material which focuses on scripture and helps to develop positive traits in children and families. No homework is required other than sharing what you learn with your family!
Emmaus Class, room 305, led by Deb Fannon, typically reads and discusses books on topics of life and faith.
GIFT: Growing In Faith Together, Fellowship Hall, led by Stephanie Shields. Studying various books, this group applies the stories to their lives, life’s challenges and faith.
Small Groups through-out the week
Youth United (YU) High School, East Fellowship Hall, alternating Mondays and Wednesdays (check church calendar for dates) from 7:30 - 9:00 pm, led by Chris Komorech.
Prayer Teams, Prayer Chapel, at 6:30 am and 6:00 pm. Groups meet at scheduled times (Prayer Teams) to share joys and concerns as provided by the Church, members, community and beyond. 30 minutes of sharing, offering silent prayer and writing notes to those lifted in prayer. Anyone can join a Team for that day; just meet in the Prayer Chapel (first floor, across from the Church Office).
Esther Circle, 2nd Wednesday of the month, East Fellowship Hall, 9:30 am led by Beverly Thompson and Marjorie Hutt.
Deborah Circle, 3rd Wednesday of the month, East Fellowship Hall, 9:30 am led by Katherine Sawyer.
Mary Circle, 3rd Wednesday of the month, room 304, 6:00 pm, led by Carolyn Franks.
Cherub Choir, room 200, 6:00 - 7:00 pm (Sept, - April), led by Jeff & Julie Ferguson. This choir is for children PreK and Kindergarten. The children come together for story, song and prayer.
COOL (Children Of Our Lord) Kids, room 201, 6:00 - 7:00 pm (Sept. - April), organized by Pradnya Patet. The NWMSU Early Child Development Center leads the children in crafts, scripture, story, prayers and songs. Children 1st - 4th grades are welcome.
Focus Women's Bible Study, room 300, 7:00 pm led by Kathi Ridenour.
CREATE! Connecting with God through Art, room 301, 5:30 pm led by Wendy Deering-Poynter and Heidi Komorech. In this class, we create and connect! Faith Journaling is a shorthand name for spiritual collage. It’s a creative process blending various mediums like paint, design paper and washi tape with scriptures, inspirational quotes and images. The purpose is to experience God in the moment and be renewed. When we open to the Spirit, often the truth we need to hear is exactly the one that makes it from the pile of art supplies onto our page.
Pastor’s Study, room 302, Wednesdays from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. All are welcome to attend this study which is scripture based and topical. For more information, contact Rev. Scott Moon at [email protected]
Moving in Faith!, room 303, from 6 - 7 pm (Sept. - April, led by Julie Robertson
Feeling Stuck? Join us for Moving in Faith!
· Study short Scripture passages and stories relevant to current faith journeys
· Have a safe space to share challenges, concerns, joys, hopes
· Share ideas to help encourage and lift each other toward progress
Chancel Choir, room 305, 7:00 - 8:00 pm, (Aug. - April), led by Vanessa Parsons. This choir sings on a regular basis during Sunday worship. All persons 8th grade through adults are welcome.
Quilters and Crafters, Fellowship Hall, 1:00 - 3:30 pm. These groups come together and work on projects for the annual November UWM Church Bazaar.
Youth United (YU) Middle School, East Fellowship Hall, 5:30 - 7:00 pm, led by Chris Komorech
Youth United (YU) High School, East Fellowship Hall, every other Wednesday (check church calendar for dates) from 7:30 - 9:00 pm, led by Chris Komorech.
Friends Caring, Fellowship Hall, 1st Thursday of the month, 4:00 - 5:00 pm. For those who find themselves alone...by choice, a divorce, a death, or other circumstance, the Friends Caring group welcomes you for an hour of sharing and scripture with dinner immediately following at a location TBD.
If you would like to be a part of any of these small groups, please feel free to just show up or you can contact the church office for more information.
Note: Child care is provided Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings and can be provided during most other Bible studies with prior notice. Please contact the group leader or the church office at 582-4821.