The Adult Discipleship and Ministry of Christ UMC offers many opportunities for adults of all ages and stages of life. There are Sunday School Classes and week day small groups for singles, men only, women only, couples and combinations of all of these. Study topics vary from books of the Bible to life directing topical subjects. Strong friendships are formed among members of these groups as they grow in their understanding of God and His plan for their lives. We welcome you to come and find that group that God has created with you in mind.
Excavating Christmas | Thursdays, December 10 & 17 |12:00 p.m. | Hospitality Room
Led by Jeremy Steele
This class will explore the archaeology around the birth of Christ. From finding a specific date of His birth to understanding precisely where He was and was not born. This will give you a new perspective on the Holy season. Box lunches from Firehouse Subs will be available for $7 by calling the church no later than the Wednesday prior at noon.
Dealing with Grief and Loneliness | Wednesdays, December 2 & 9 | 6:00 p.m. | A-206
Led by Pastor Danny Doss
Is grief or loneliness keeping you from living a life of joy? Is it preventing you from being everything God created you to be? Join Pastor Danny Doss to learn new coping skills that will enable you to live a fuller, more joy-filled life.
Singles Advent Study: The Purpose of Christmas by Rick Warren | Wednesdays beginning December 2 | 6:00 p.m. | Christ Center Assembly Area
Led by Brian Johnson
In this series from the Gospel of Luke, the author helps you discover why Christmas is God's idea and why Jesus is the greatest gift God could ever give to the world. Study guide provided at no cost.
Monday morning bridge lessons have been temporarily suspended until further notice.
2016 Women's Conference | February 27, 2016
The Christ UMC Women's Ministry is proud to announce the 2016 Annual Women's Conference, Embraced. Our guest speaker and worship leader will be the well-known and highly acclaimed recording artist and published Christian author, Babbie Mason. Registration for the conference begins Sunday, December 13 at the church. Online registration begins in January.
Cost: $30 (by January 24); $35 (after January 24)