Knowing is about nurturing our minds as well as our souls. It’s about gathering for community and for inspiration, and it’s about becoming equipped to live as people of faith in the context of our daily lives. At FUMC, special classes occur throughout the year. Learn more here.
What led to C. S. Lewis becoming the most widely-read and influential Christian writer of the Twentieth Century?
In an attempt to answer this question, our new study group will read and discuss Lewis’s autobiography, Surprised by Joy ; then we will view the movie Shadowlands, which tells the story of Lewis’s marriage to Joy Gresham; finally, we will read A Grief Observed, which presents with searing honesty the grieving process Lewis endured after his wife’s death.
In Room 206, every Sunday at 9 (continuing for about 45 minutes), we explore that question by looking at the scripture that will be read in the sermon.
Carl Thomas leads a lively discussion that you can choose to participate in or not. Bring good humor, and a hunger to know a little more that will enhance living. We have a varied format; and our work is fresh each week. Come occasionally; come regularly.
The group welcomes everyone, teens to nonagenarians. No experience, no required reading, nothing to bring with you or purchase – just come!
Drop in and join Pastor Rod Brayfindley in the Health and Karate Center. Classes are on Monday evenings in room 201 anytime between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. We will be focusing on health, making friends, developing skills, and confidence.
The Nar-Anon Family Group is a fellowship and support group for those affected by the addiction of a friend or family member. As a twelve-step program, it offers help by sharing personal experiences, strengths, and hopes. Family Group meets every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the chapel at FUMC. An additional meeting
is beginning in September at the Woodland United Methodist Church. It will be held on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. For more information please contact FUMC at 916-446-5025