Current Bible Studies

Monday Studies

Men's Bible Study - Book Of Joshua

1/15 – 4/11 – 6:30-8:00 - Lucien Stark - Hardison Room - Main Building 2nd Floor

Using Warren Wiersbe’s study guide on the Old Testament book of Joshua, we will study how to put God’s power to work in our lives.

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Wednesday Studies

A Way Forward

1/31-2/21 – 6:45-7:30 – Bob Bergland and Charles Robl - Bradshaw Room

A Way Forward - This class will focus on the 40 plus year debate in the UMC on human sexuality.  The 2016 General Conference established a Commission to bring recommendations for a way forward to a special called General Conference meeting in 2019.  Find out about the work that has been completed thus far.

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Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World

2/28—4/11 - 6:45-7:30 - Alysun Skinner - Blackburn Room 203

Anxiety is at an all-time high – the news about our anxiety is enough to make us anxious.  Why are we so anxious?  Change is one reason.  Sociologists speculate the world has changed more in the last thirty years than it has in the last three hundred.  Every day seems to bring new change and threats.  Anxiety may be a part of life, but God’s Word reveals it doesn’t have to dominate our lives.  Join us as we use Max Lucado’s video-based Bible study of Philippians 4, which is the most highlighted passage of any book on the planet according to Amazon.  May we learn together what The Apostle Paul means when he encourages us, “Do not be anxious about anything….”

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Lenten Devotions

2/28 –4/11 - 6:45-7:30 – Bob Bergland and Charles Robl - Bradshaw Room

Lent and Easter are very important periods of the church year. Join Pastors Bob and Charles in a series of Lenten devotions.

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Thursday Studies

Book Study - The Screwtape Letters

3/1 – 3/29 – 7:00-8:00 – Bill Stewart - Library

C.S Lewis presents this great satirical (and even comical) presentation of the temptations and difficulties all Christians must face as we try to find our way in the faith.

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Adult Sunday School Classes

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  • Pathfinders Class

    Focusing on Bible Study and church history, this class is an interactive discussion group. We often have guest facilitators, including members of our pastoral staff. Please join us in the chapel of the Sanctuary Building.

  • Hardison Class

    Meeting for over 30 years, this lay-led group discusses how community and world issues relate to living a Christian life. We meet upstairs in the Sanctuary Building and invite you to join our discussion.

  • Watson Class

    This diverse group of about 40 active members, middle age in years but young at heart, shares responsibility for teaching the class on a variety of Biblical topics. Trying to be a family of families, we extend our togetherness to times outside of the Sunday School hour. We meet upstairs in the Sanctuary Building.

  • Bradshaw Class - Older Adults

    This class, organized in the late 1940s, uses the Adult Bible Studies International Lesson Series and is taught by several dynamic leaders. We enjoy singing from the Cokesbury Hymnal each Sunday and are active participants in church and community events. Always welcoming new members, we meet in Room 108 of the Blackburn Building.

  • Young Adult Class

    This is a recently formed class for Young Adults: those starting in a career, and those with young families. We will embark on a journey together as we explore the sciptures and find fresh ways to apply it to our lives.  We take time to sit back and relax and enjoy the company of each other. We meet in room 206 in the Blackburn Building.

  • Trasnforming lives class

    This is a new Small group that meets every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. They use studies are DVD-based with a strong emphasis on spiritual reflection. They meet on the first floor of the Epworth Building, and the class is taught by Lorrie Halverson. 

  • Women To Women

    Focusing on issues relating to women of all ages, we offer unique devotional programs combining inspiration, Bible Study, Bible promises, and prayer. Meeting on the first floor of the Epworth Building, we welcome all women to join us.

  • Upper Room

    This is a weekly study of a devotional taken from the Upper Room. We offer a lively Christian discussion of Biblical topics that affect our lives on a daily basis. It is lead by Doug & Michelle Insoe and meets in the Conference Room in the church offices.

The organized unit of the United Methodist Women is very active in supporting local ministries that focus on women, children, and youth. The annual Pledge to Missions also provides funds for the global church family. There are five circles that meet monthly during the year, and all women are invited to attend any circle. New church members are especially welcome:

Laura Davenport Circle Leader: Pat Taylor

Meets @ 10 am on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in homes

Joyful Hands Circle Leader: Merrilyn Boyer

Meets @ 7 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in homes

HOPE Circle (Heartfelt Optimism and Prayerful Encouragement) Leader: Sandy Clark

Meets @ 7 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in homes

United methodist Men

The United Methodist Men meet the first Friday of each month, unless otherwise noted, at 7:00 a.m. in Asbury Hall for breakfast and fellowship. If you are not a member of UMM but would like to be, and if you would like to receive monthly reminder notices by email, please call the church office.