The Millennium Gate Museum’s mission is to preserve and interpret Georgia history, art, culture, and philanthropic heritage as well as highlight Georgia’s historical and aesthetic relevance to the United States and to the world. The Gate is a classically styled monumental arch styled after classical Roman arches. It is an overview of the early history and leaders of Atlanta and Georgia. After visiting the museum we will make our way to Ikea for some fun shopping and lunch at their cafeteria.
FUN ‘N FROLIC
Monday, January 27 | 9:30am-3pm | $15 | RSVP by 1/20
John Wesley sought to reform the church in his day by creating a model for church that balances personal and social holiness. Drawing on his understanding of God’s grace, Wesley wanted to encourage Christians to grow in their relationships with God and one another. Over four weeks, we will explore together how Wesley’s knowledge and teaching led to The United Methodist Church of today and what this means for us here in the local church
UNITED METHODISM 101
Wednesdays; January 22 - February 12 | 6:30-8pm | FREE
On Sunday, February 2, our 2019-2020 Confirmation class will celebrate a year of exploring the Word of God and the Christian faith. The Confirmation service of worship will be held at 9:45am in the Sanctuary. All are invited to attend and to celebrate the faith journey of the 6th graders who have been gathering and growing in their relationship with God. Confirmands will be recognized in all worship services. Families of confirmands will receive a detailed email regarding the remaining confirmation events and related items!
Join us for an informative session about our wonderful Kindergarten program! Meet our Kindergarten teacher, Josie Exner, and her Assistant, Elizabeth Harlan. Learn about the curriculum and other activities that take place in our Kindergarten program.
Using the book Entering the Passion of Jesus: A Beginner’s Guide to Holy Week, by author, professor, and biblical scholar Amy-Jill Levine, we will explore the biblical texts surrounding the Passion story. We will see how the text raises ethical and spiritual questions for the reader, and how we all face risk in our Christian experience.
The recommended donation for the course is $12 to cover books and other materials. (Participants may also purchase their preferred version of the book from an online retailer. This book is available as standard paperback, enlarged print, and electronic versions.)
Childcare is available on request and is free of charge.
6-WEEK LENTEN STUDY
Sundays | February 23 thru March 29 | 9:45am OR 6pm
Wonderfully Made is a study of human sexuality with a Christian foundation. It will offer both you and your child an opportunity to learn, grow, and celebrate the fact that we have each been wonderfully made by God, and are called to responsible living as sexual beings.This study involves a time commitment on the part of the parents, students and leaders, but the benefit will be well worth the investment. Using a highly interactive approach to learning, Wonderfully Made is a lot of fun for everyone involved.
Contact Brooke Barksdale with any questions:
March 12-14 | 4th & 5th Grade students & their parents