What are Discipleship Groups | Discipleship groups take many different forms. Whether affinity groups, dinner groups, Sunday School classes, educational opportunities... whether you meet in a coffee shop, a church class room, in houses... whether you only study scripture, study and fellowship, or incorporate arts, music, or sport... discipleships are designed as safe, grace-full spaces that foster dialogue and conversation around how best we can incorporate our personal faith in Christ into our daily lives.
How do Discipleship Groups work at FMUMC? | We run discipleship groups on a semesterly rhythm. Each semester begins with a promotion and sign-up period for you to determine the perfect group or class that works best for your schedule and soul.
Summer 2020 "growing in the spirit" adult discipleship
As we find ways to “Be the church” in these unprecedented times, we know that if the Holy Spirit is guiding us, we will be faithful to Christ and his call in the world. So we will spend intentional time listening to the Spirit and how it challenges us to grow as disciples. We will take risks, explore creative ministries, and reach out to new people. We invite you to grow in your discipleship with opportunities beginning on June 7th.
For more information you may contact Pauline Henry.
Ongoing Sunday School Classes
Click Here for a map of our Sunday Morning Classes and where they meet and a breakdown of their different demographics.
Cornerstone (Room C12)
- Time: 9:30am
- Group Profile: Multigenerational
- Contact the Leader: Dave Farrish
- Time: 9:30a
- Group Profile: Intergenerational / Couples
- Contact the Leader: Niki Tatum
- Time: 9:30a
- Group Profile: Parents of young - middle-aged children / couples / some empty nesters
- Contact the Leader: Joy Fries
Group Profile: Young Adults (Ages 18-mid 30s)
Contact the Leader: Cortni Czechowski
Starting Point is one of the best ways to get connected into deeper fellowship and growth at FMUMC. This six week discipleship group is designed to help familiarize you with core tenets of our Wesleyan theology, and more importantly to help you understand how we integrate our beliefs into practices.
Our next series will begin on Jan. 19th. We meet Sunday afternoons at 12:30. The six sessions include:
Get to know other folks from the congregation, whether your new to your faith, giving church another chance, or curious about Wesleyan theology. This group welcomes you!
Interested in a Starting Point Class? Contact Pastor Taylor Smith