PLAN A VISIT
PLAN A VISIT
CHILDREN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL
Infant to 4-year-old Nursery | Pre-K Rooms, downstairs of the Parish Hall (the NFUMC Preschool)
Pre-K (4s) & Kindergarten | Children's Floor Room 207
1st & 2nd Grades | Children's Floor Room 207
3rd & 4th Grades | Children's Floor Room 209
5th & 6th Grades | Children's Floor Room 209
Following Confirmation Sunday, 6th Grade will meet in the Youth Lounge.
YOUTH SUNDAY SCHOOL
Sunday Mornings 9:45-10:40am | UTH Lounge | Grades 6-12
Sunday School is a great opportunity to start your week with your church family learning about how to live a life that follows Jesus. We have a class for Middle School students and a class for High School students.
6th graders begin Confirmation and meet in the Annex Hall conference room. After Confirmation Sunday in the spring, they begin meeting with the 7th & 8th graders in the Youth Lounge. There are two veteran teachers that lead the classes with phenomenal lessons and conversations.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
Becoming part of a Sunday School class will give you:
A caring home-base within the congregation;
Opportunities to learn more about the Bible, faith, and the church;
A place to nurture growth in the relationships you care about: With God, with your family, with friends, and with the world you live in.
Come make yourself at home in a Sunday School class!
Abide (2nd floor of the Annex Building)
A group of Jesus followers and people-lovers. We’re open-minded and range across the generational and relationship spectrums. We’re here to learn about God and grow as people. Friendships, love, and acceptance guaranteed!
Agape (2nd floor Annex Building)
Discussion-based class led by class-member volunteers, often using video lessons to guide discussions. Favorite study authors include Adam Hamilton, Amy-Jill Levine, and Andy Stanley. The class supports Murphy-Harpst, Wellroot, Joy Tree Project, Angel’s House, and other needs within our church and community. Members are active in the life of our church, serving church-wide committees and ministries including missions, music, job networking, cancer care, and bereavement. Agape also offers numerous social and fellowship opportunities--Sunday morning brunches, quarterly dinner club groups, and “famous” Christmas parties.
Christians Seeking Christ (2nd floor Annex Building)
A class filled with active discussion based upon study of the Bible and other resources. Members are engaged in multiple ministries throughout the church and take up frequent offerings for local service groups. The objective of the class is to grow in faith and love for our God, our neighbor, and one another, while living in a way that honors the teachings and standards set forth by Jesus Christ. All ages welcome. Current members are mid-30s to mid-50s.
Friendship Class (room 201 in the Education Building):
A class that uses an informal lecture/discussion format. They are in the middle to upper age range and discuss a variety of Bible-based topics.
Henry Kitchens Class (room 203 in the Education Building):
Enjoys Bible study through the use of the International Lesson Series with an informal lecture/discussion format. It's a large class with an average of 40 in attendance. They also meet several times a year for social events and have become well known in the community for their Scholarship Fund given to high school seniors.
Life in the Spirit Class (2nd floor of the Annex Building):
Focuses on how God's Spirit enables believers and the church to be authentic witnesses, to accomplish effective ministry, and to walk in the power and authority that Jesus promised. All ages are welcome.
Polly Crowley Adult Study Group (room 200 in the Education Building):
A class that enjoys the intimacy of a small group setting but are always happy to include new members. This class enjoys studying the Bible through a great variety of teachers and styles of teaching.
Seekers Class (2nd floor of the Annex Building):
An informal group with ages around 50 and up. They enjoy the fellowship and the study of Christian teachings as they apply to everyday life.