We invite you to join us as we seek to further our discipleship together. Through small groups, Sunday School classes, and season classes, speakers, and church-wide events we built a community full of life and engaged to practice what we preach.
June Sunday School Class - Guest Teaching, Rev. Dr. Lovett Weems
This class will be held in our fellowship hall during the month of June. Along with our June sermon series, "Why I am a United Methodist", Rev. Weems will lead us in exploring, "The Marks of a Wesleyan Spirit." Join us each Sunday from 10-10:50 am for discussion and fellowship!
Sunday School Classes
10 am (in between our 9 and 11 am services)
-All are welcome!
Asbury 101 - 208, East Wing
A class for anyone who is interested in learning more about Asbury.
Meets one Sunday of the month, please check the calendar.
Crusaders - Parlor, East Wing
An older adult class that studies a variety of topics and enjoys guest speakers.
New Beginnings - Holter Library , West Wing
An inter-generational class that focuses on discussions centered around the Bible.
Pathways to Joy 374, West Wing
A group of empty nesters that meet for study, service, and fellowship.
Seekers 365, West Wing
A group of welcoming adults that focus on mission work and fostering discussion on current events.
The Connectors in 208, East Wing
We invite you to join a diverse group of individuals looking for ways to connect: with one another, our church, the community and our world. Our class focus will vary-Faith Links, book reviews, field trips, service projects. That makes it easy to come for those subjects that interest you and not feel committed to full-time attendance-though we hope you will enjoy the fellowship of the class so much it will be an appealing draw too! Beginning on October 21, we will study "The Book of Joy" under the leadership of Pearl Wehrman.
Sunday School for People Who Don’t “Do” Sunday School...
Throughout the year, topical classes, special speakers, and book studies are offered during the Sunday School Hour, evenings and weekdays for people who don’t “do” Sunday School.