CPR and AED Training

January 30 at 6:45 p.m. 

Training will follow the Wednesday night covered dish meal and is open to everyone.

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Current Bible Studies


Monday Study

Men's Bible Study on Isaiah

Monday, January 14th - Monday, April 8th - 6:30 p.m.  Hardison Classroom

Join Lucien Stark in a study of the Book of Isaiah by Warren WiersbeOur study affords an opportunity to learn about scripture and enjoy Christian fellowship with other men in the community. If you are hungry to learn more about the Bible, please join us.

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Wednesday Studies

Teach Us How to Pray

Wednesday, February 6 - Wednesday, February13th - 6:45 p.m.  Wesley Chapel

Join Susan Barnes for this two week study on prayer. 

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The Wounded Healer by Henri Nouwen

Wednesday, February 6th - Wednesday, February 27th - 6:45 p.m.  Watson Classroom

In this short volume Henri Nouwen examines the challenges of ministry in the modern

world, where those involved in ministry no longer have the certainties of the past but

instead are likely to be as wounded, broken and unsure as those to whom they minister.

How can they use their own wounds to guide others toward greater wholeness? This study will be lead by Alysun Skinner. Suggested donation of $10.00.

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Simon Peter by Adam Hamilton

Wednesday, February 6th - Wednesday, April 10th - 6:45 p.m.  Room 209

He was not rich or educated, but was familiar with hard work. He was quick-tempered and impetuous, but possessed a passion that would change the world. He left everything to follow his teacher, yet struggled with doubt and fear. Gene Allen will moderate this study. This study will take a two week break on March 6 and March 13. Suggested donation of $10.00.

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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.

  • Open door Discussion Class

    A class for working age adults who gather for fellowship and faith based discussion. Often our topics come from video studies with an emphasis on our Christian faith and prayer.

  • 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.

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.