Adult Sunday School (9:45 AM)
Parents of Children and Youth (Room 303, Adult Wing) Contact: Mandy and Steve Lloyd, email@example.com.
All parents of children and youth are invited to join this discussion based class. Parenting is one of the hardest jobs, but it is also the only job we don’t receive any formal training! Parenting can simultaneously be the most rewarding and the most exhausting part of our life. If you’d like to connect with other parents and grow in your faith journey, please join us! Our curriculum is a mix between bible study and discussions around parenting children and youth. Join us as we tackle what that means, and how to support and encourage one another in Christian love. Join us this fall for a study by Philip Yancey, “What’s So Amazing About Grace?”
Re-Discovery Class (Room 302, Adult Wing) Contact: Rev. Judy Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Group Study: Five Means of Grace. All are invited to join us for a small group study beginning February 25 at 9:45 AM in Room 302. We will study the book Five Means of Grace: Experience God’s Love the Wesleyan Way by Rev. Elaine Heath, Dean of Duke Divinity School. Join us for this rich six-week exploration of spiritual practices that can help us become more spiritually grounded as witnesses to God’s love for creation. Contact Rev. Judy Hall at email@example.com for additional questions or concerns.
Apostles and Other Folks (Room 304, Adult Wing) – Contact: Sandy Plate, firstname.lastname@example.org
This class is made up of adults who have rich fellowship and lively discussion around a variety of books. Each Sunday’s lesson stands alone, so if you have to miss a class, just join us the following week. Everyone is welcome.
Growing in Faith (Room 305, Adult Wing) – Contact: Annabelle Linden, email@example.com
Contemporary Issues (Room 306, Adult Wing) – Contact: Bob Hull, firstname.lastname@example.org
This class uses “The Wired Word,” a weekly email which shapes each week’s discussion around topics which are in the news during that week. The class seeks to answer the question, “What is our Christian response to what is going on in the world?”
Hands Helping Humanity (Room 301, Adult Wing) – Contact: Ruth Ann Harrold, email@example.com
Each Sunday this group gathers at 9:45 for fellowship and to knit hats, scarves, and sweaters for those in need in Appalachia and Northern Virginia. All levels of knitters are welcome. Moreover, if you don’t know how to knit, they’d be happy to teach you.
Women of Faith Café (Wright Parlor, Information Hallway) – Contact: Annette Landers, firstname.lastname@example.org
This group of adult women, aging in range from 30 -65 years of age, meets weekly and discusses various topics. Class is very informal and the regulars who attend have become a strong support group to each other. If you are not sure where to go during the 9:45 Sunday School hour, DROP IN and meet this friendly group of ladies.
The Path: A Class for Newcomers
Sunday evenings 5-7 PM, Room 302
Starts January 28th.
Led by Grace Han, email@example.com
For new members and newcomers, this is a class that delves deeper into what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. We will study “A Disciple’s Path,” a study that answers Jesus’ call to follow him, with all that we are. This is a 6 week class starting Sunday, October 1st, from 5-7 PM. A delicious homemade dinner will be provided each week and childcare will be available.
You can sign up here.
During the WEEK
Monday Night Study – Five Means Grace
Beginning April 23rd at 7:30 p.m. we will commence the next evening Bible study titled “Five Means of Grace” by Elaine Heath. This is a 6 week study and our conversations will focus on how certain practices open us to receive grace and includes prayer, fasting, searching the scriptures, the Lord’s Supper, and Christian conferencing…all straight from John Wesley’s thinking. For more information or questions, please contact Randy Jones at 703-477-1546.
Monday Night Small Group
Monday evenings 7-9 PM, Room 302
We are an on-going Bible Study class, and we welcome new members to join us. This fall, we will study Adam Hamilton’s “John—The Gospel of Light and Life.” Newcomers are welcome to join! **First class will begin October 9th.
Disciple I: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study
Tuesdays starting September 2017 from 7-9:30 PM, Room 306
Led by: Anne Hough, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a 34-week intensive study of the Old and New Testaments, emphasizing the wholeness of the Bible as a revelation of God. DISCIPLE draws upon the work of scholars, the personal Bible reading and study of the participant, and dynamic group discussion to aid understanding of the Bible. This class is currently full.
Friday Morning Prayer/Worship
Friday mornings at 6:30-7 AM in the chapel
Led by: Grace Han, email@example.com
Start of the morning by bringing your prayers and yourselves to God. No prior experience required, all are welcome to join us.