Fellowship Time in Reeves Hall starts at 9:00 a.m. Sunday School classes meet following fellowship time in their individual classes. We believe that a person’s relationship with God is a “faith journey” and a continuing process. We believe, too, that we are strengthened for the journey by being “in community” with other Christians. At City Point United Methodist Church, you will be able to find a Sunday School Class where you can share common interests and beliefs. We offer a variety of study emphasis for adults of all ages, and you are encouraged to visit any and all of the classes.
For more information on any of the Adult Sunday School Classes contact Rev. Jeff May at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Room 110: For “middle years” couples. ALPHA studies a wide range of topics, from Bible study to social issues, in an open forum of discussion. Missions include Christmas Providers, adoption of a family through the Community Enrichment Center and monthly giving to needy families. ALPHA gathers regularly for a variety of social activities and supports CPUMC projects.
Room 100: This class is a family of couples and singles mostly 70 years of age and older, although persons of any age are welcome. The class format includes singing hymns, responding to members with illness or other concerns and studying the Adult Bible Series literature. Missions projects include supporting C.A.R.E., CPUMC’s Community Meal, the Methodist Children’s Home in Waco, and preparing holiday baskets for Mid Cities Care Corps. The class also supports other projects as the need arises. The class gathers occasionally for socials.
THE SEEKERS CLASS
Room 103: This class studies scriptures related to the current sermon. Often these scriptures are related to the daily lives of the class, resulting in lively discussion with exchanges in personal insights and interpretation. The class is not an age group or a couples or a singles group…it is an adult class for anyone who wants to grow in his or her faith and understanding. Visitors who wish to sample this class are encouraged and warmly welcomed into the group.
NEW BEGINNINGS CLASS
Room 105: This class is diverse in age and marital status, parents and grandparents. The class explores scripture through a variety of study sources and teaching tools. Open discussion and class participation is vital to the spiritual growth of members. Class members are involved in monthly social gatherings that mostly include entire families while occasionally encouraging “adult-only” events. The class provides an annual scholarship to a youth member of CPUMC to attend Glen Lake Camp. Additional mission opportunities include adopting and supporting local families in need of assistance and supporting CPUMC projects.