Confirmation is a year-long experience for 6th graders as they prepare to join the church. If you would like more information, contact Kayla Carico.
First Youth is for students who are 7th-12th graders. They study scripture and topics relevant to life as young people. "We are an open and accepting space and questions are always welcome!" This class meets in the Loft above the Fellowship Hall. Contact Kayla Carico for details.
Young Adult Group- Sundays, 12:30 am, Bud's Farmhouse Coffee The FUMCOR Young Adult and College Group is a reconciling group made up of allies and queer persons who welcome and affirm all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions. We celebrate, uplift, and stand with persons of color and ethnic minorities. We also want to meet everyone where they are in regards to disability, mental health, and socio-economic status. Society has often let all of these people down, but we strive not to. Therefore, as followers of Christ, we are committed to upholding the baptismal vow to resist evil, injustice, and oppression in whatever forms they present themselves, and respect the dignity of every human being. We study scripture, church history & tradition, and social issues. We also fellowship together at least once a month. Contact Seth O'Kegley-Gibson if you have questions about the class or click here for more information on the Reconciling Ministries Network.
Young Families Class- History Room, Sundays, 10:30 am This class is geared specifically for families or individuals with younger children and is taught by Caroline and Matt Beidler. The group focuses on studying scripture together, fellowshipping inside and outside of church, and supporting one another on our journey of being disciples and parents. If you are interested in this class or have questions about it, please contact Caroline, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aldersgate Class, Room 203, Sundays, 10:15 am This is a very supportive class geared toward adults and older adults. They have been meeting for 45+ years. They study the Bible primarily in light of social concerns. The class is led primarily by group discussions, teacher lecture, and outside speakers. If interested, please contact Peg Ashline.
Branches Class, Room 205 (click here for a photo), Sundays, 10:15-11:15 am The Branches Sunday School Class is a loving and open forum for learning and growing in our understanding of God’s world through the study and discussion of a wide range of biblical, theological, and socially relevant topics and materials. We provide an environment where fellowship and the sharing of our individual life experiences is highly valued. To celebrate the gifts that God sends through the diversity of God's people, we are a community of the Reconciling Ministries Network who welcome and celebrate people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions; races; ethnicities; ages; faith histories; genders; family configurations; physical and mental abilities; and educational and economic statuses. Branches strives to welcome and celebrate ALL because we affirm that if you are good enough for God (and you are!) you’re good enough for us. Contact John and Martha Prazniak if you would like more information about this class.
Fellowship Class- Fellowship Hall, Sundays, 9:45-10:45 am This is a very informative class geared toward older adults, couples, and empty nesters. They study the Bible and engage in rich discussion around social and cultural affairs. The class is led primarily by lecture or special guest. They are fellowship driven and have been meeting since the 1950's. If you are interested in attending a class, please contact Harold Hartman.
Koinonia Bible Study Class- Room 207, Wednesdays, 1-2:30 pm This is a progressive group of adults and empty nesters that studies the Bible together each Sunday. They are led primarily by teacher and group discussion. Please contact Ann Siemsen for more information about this Bible Study Class.
Koinonia Class- Room 115, Sundays, 9:45-10:45 am This is an informative class that is geared towards adults and older adults. They study the Bible in light of social concerns and are primarily led by teacher lecture. They also have weekly fellowship opportunities. Please contact Pam Fleming if you are interested in attending a class.
New Beginnings Class- Room 207, Sundays, 9:45 am This is a very welcoming class made up of adults, couples, unmarried, parents, and empty nesters. They are primarily teacher-led with lots of group discussion. The class emphasizes the study of the Bible through the lens of spiritual formation. If you would like more information about this class, please contact Keith Jeter.
Yahweh Sisterhood Class- Room 204, Sundays, 10:30 am This is a fun and diverse all female group that has been meeting for 20+ years. The class studies the Bible, social concerns, current affairs, spiritual formation, and is fellowship drive. It is discussion led with an occasional guest speaker. Please contact Sandi Wright if you have questions about this class.