Sunday School Opportunities
Our nursery staff and volunteers are so happy to see your children! We provide childcare (in the Nursery/Pre-K areas downstairs in the Education Wing) during all worship services and the Sunday School hour. We do encourage children to participate in any and all events, including worship, when the parent feels it is appropriate.
There are Sunday School classes for all of our children on during the Sunday School hour in the downstairs Education Wing. Each class has age-appropriate curriculum and awesome teachers who can't wait to meet your child!
Join Leslie Goss and Kerri White in room 202 to explore the Bible using a variety of sources to spark thoughtful and meaningful conversation with middle and high school students.
Originally the “young adult” class, Christ and Coffee is open to all stages of adulthood. Topics of study include parenting, marriage, current events, Christian apologetics, and more, using books and studies by popular authors such as Rick Warren, Lee Strobel, and Max Lucado. The class also regularly holds outside-church gatherings for fellowship. Contact: Dale Love, email@example.com
This women’s group studies from selected books. Contact: Regina Ferrell, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeanette Krupski, email@example.com
Bible-based studies include, but not limited to, historical influences on Christian teaching. Contact: Doug Hulme, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a friendly, welcoming class who invite you to come and explore a variety of topics relative to current events and contemporary issues viewed from a Christian perspective. Please join us as we discuss sometimes controversial subjects in an open-minded forum. Fellowship opportunities are held throughout the year including a summer picnic and Christmas dinner. Contact: Ray Peterson, email@example.com or John Ford, firstname.lastname@example.org
Faithlink is a multi-generational adult Sunday School class that initially used an online curriculum titled Faithlink to focus on current events from the perspective of Christian faith and United Methodist beliefs. Over the years, the class has widened its studies to include video studies on biblical topics and spiritual growth. The discussion format is lively and loving! The class enjoys regular social events as well.
This class focuses on how scripture applies to everyday life as God calls us to be transformed and live out our faith. We struggle and celebrate together as we learn more about God’s desires for us. Contact: John Morris, email@example.com or Renni Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org
We use the Adult Bible Studies series from the Cokesbury, the United Methodist Publishing House. With this series, we connect, inspect, and reflect on scripture. Over five years we study the entire Bible. Our lessons give us unshakable confidence that God will overcome the injustice and chaos of our world. Contact: Joe and Brenda Bradford email@example.com
The Bible teaches us God’s character, plans, and ways of living, yet it can be difficult to understand the Bible. A group of young adults and anyone young at heart studying the book 30 Days to Understanding the Bible. Contact Ondie Reese, firstname.lastname@example.org
12733 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37934
Virtual Worship 10:30 AM