A New Year of Sunday School

A New Year of Sunday School classes kicks off Sunday, January 5 and 12, 2020, during the Sunday School time period after the first morning services. Classes are holding open houses on both dates: January 5 will be a time of informal class receptions; January 12 is the date most classes begin a new study.
 
This is an opportunity to check out a class for the first time or to begin a new study with another class. It sometimes feels awkward to join a group, so the Adult Ministries team has designed a comfortable way to ease folks into a new class. Volunteers in the Narthex outside the Sanctuary and in the CLMC lobby will provide information about classes and escort folks to a class of their choice. (Class descriptions can be found online and on flyers posted throughout the church.) Class leaders will greet and introduce visitors to the class.
 
Make it your New Year’s Resolution to join a Sunday School class!
 
 


Spring Classes

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TGIW Returns with New Spring Classes

A Vision for 2020
 
In the midst of Christmas preparation and anticipation, why look beyond to 2020?
Well, the New Year will dawn in less than three weeks, about the time we are pulling our tree out of the house and storing decorations, even though the church calendar tells us it is still the Christmas season. St. James UMC is preparing an array of opportunities that will help us grow in faith and deepen our relationship with Our Lord, Jesus.
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Living Water Sunday School Classes for Adults

 

Let the ‘Living Water’ of Jesus Christ fill you, change you, and move you into a deeper relationship with God and others.

The Following classes meet most every Sunday morning at 9:50 am (or so)                                      We hope that you can find a place to connect and grow at St. James.

 

 

 

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Bible Study

If you are looking for an in-depth Bible study, you’ll want to check out this class.  They study different books of the Bible, chapter by chapter, seeking to discover what each passage means and how it can be applied to our lives.  Current Study – Book of Acts Where:  Main Building, Room 22 Level: Intermediate (men and women of all ages)

 

 

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New Dawn

Our beloved senior ladies discuss the Scriptures
for each Sunday’s worship services.
Where: Main Building, Parlor Level: Intermediate
(senior women)

 

 
 

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Lectio with the Lectionary

This class is devoted to praying the Scriptures using the Bible passages for upcoming worship services

Where:  Main Building, Conference Room Level: Begining/Intermediate (all are welcome)

 
 
 
 

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New Beginnings

This class offers discussion-based studies that relate the Bible to life issues faced by today’s families.
 Current Study – The Book of Acts
Where:  Main Building, Room 23 Level: Beginning/Intermediate
(mostly parents of children and teens)

 

 

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Women on the Way (WOW)

This group for women focuses on issues of the heart through studies that will move you along on your journey with God.  Current Study – “Anxious for Nothing” by Max Lucado  

Where:  CLMC, Room 306 Level: Beginning  (women of all ages)
 

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Faith Foundations

This group enjoys topical studies that make the Scriptures
relevant to life today.
Where:  CLMC, Room 304 Level: Beginning/Intermediate
(men and women of all ages)

 

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  Life Enrichment

This group focuses on the development of discipleship and spirituality.
Current Study – “24/6”  (a study on the importance of Sabbath) 

Where: CLMC, Room 310 Level: Intermediate (middle aged to senior men and women)

 
 

 

Seekers  Tennants    

Discover how the Christian faith relates to your everyday life – especially 
  your family life.  Current Study – The Story by Randy Frazee
 
Where:  CLMC, Room 311 Level: Intermediate
(middle aged men and women)
 
 
 

 The Story          

The Bible is the story of God’s loving interaction with humanity and                                   God’s work of salvation on behalf of all creation.  Learn the story in                     this easy to understand format.  Current Study – What’s in the Bible about God?

Where:  Main Building, Room 21       Level: Beginning/Intermediate                                                                                    
    
 

 

 
We are always looking to start new Sunday morning classes for adults at St. James. 
If you have an idea for a class and are interested in helping others grow in their faith journeys,
contact the church office.

   

For more information about these and other discipleship opportunities for adults at St. James, 
contact the church office at info@stjconnect.org. 
(252) 752-6154