Adult Sunday School classes are available for a variety of ages and stages of life. Classes are always open to visitors and new members. Join us for fellowship, fresh coffee and doughnuts in Fellowship Hall before classes begin from 9:30 to 9:45.
Do you desire to discover more about the Bible? Are you searching to discover God’s plan for you? Do you want to discover more about your Methodist faith and Ashland Place UMC? Would you like to discover and connect with other church members who are struggling with the same issues you are dealing with? Then please come join us each Sunday morning we will go on our own discovery of God’s Word and how we can apply it in our daily lives.
Materials will be provided; all you need to bring is your Bible. This Sunday School is open to all adults who are open to DISCOVERY!
The Covenant Class is designed around Bible Study, the Foundations of our Faith, and how we engage the world around us. It’s not always easy to be faithful in a world that often seems committed to pitting us against each other. So, in our time together we demonstrate authentic friendship and fellowship as our commitment–our Covenant–to love, to support, and to enjoy each other in the name of Jesus Christ.
The Fellowship Class uses the Adult Bible Studies lesson series, a quarterly curriculum written by a variety of authors. A lecture/discussion format offers opportunities for members to actively participate in the lessons. The Fellowship Class primarily consists of older adults, but welcomes anyone who would like to join their group. In addition to the weekly class time, members occasionally meet socially for fellowship.
Members of the John Wesley Class are primarily middle age, but all are welcome to join the class. Using the Adult Bible Studies curriculum, the group enjoys discussing various Biblical themes and issues, making the connection between the Bible’s teachings and real life application. In addition to gathering for Sunday School each week, class members occasionally get together for fellowship opportunities or to participate in other church activities.
The Susanna Wesley Class attracts a variety of ages. Using a lecture/discussion format, members study various topics related to living a Christian life in the midst of today’s life challenges. The class is currently using the Adult Bible Studies as the basis for discussion and spiritual growth, but they also enjoy a variety of topical and book studies.