Adult Sunday School
Mark your calendar for a four-week Lent series, “The Jesus Challenge: 21 Days of Loving God and Neighbor.”
Sundays, March 13,20, 27, and April 3, 2022
9:30 and 11:00 in the Fellowship Hall
- Coffee and refreshments. All are welcome!
- Enjoy the fellowship of connecting with friends and making new acquaintances.
- Grow in your walk with Christ.
The Jesus Challenge: 21 Days of Loving God and Neighbor
“Following Jesus is hard. If anyone tells you that it isn’t, then they are misinformed or just plain lying.” In these opening lines, author Justin LaRosa sets the tone for The Jesus Challenge. Our modern culture is full of distractions – we lead busy lives and sometimes feel we have drifted away from God, from the church, and from each other. We yearn for that connection, but sometimes wonder how to truly fulfill Jesus’ commandment to love God and love our neighbor. In this series, we will explore practical tools and spiritual practices, share readings and devotionals that move us from forgetfulness to remembering, from distraction to intentionality, and from self-sufficiency to God-reliance. Join us, take the Jesus challenge, and be transformed.
For more information, contact Sarah Goolsby, email@example.com, 334-826-8800
This is a small-size, discussion-based class for young couples and growing families. The class offers discussion and fellowship as we explore biblical perspectives that can apply to our daily lives.
Meets at 11:00am in Room B231
Contact: Chelsea Prestridge – firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a small-sized, discussion-based class that is family-oriented and gathers to study & learn how to apply the Bible to daily life. Topics include marriage, family, and everyday discipleship. This group also participates in service opportunities and has regular social events.
This class meets in room B234
Contact Person: Julie Hare – JulieH@aumc.net
This is a small-sized, discussion-based class that studies a variety of material about Christian values and beliefs while learning how to take them seriously in the “next steps” needed in growing discipleship.
This class meets in room B233 in the Mathison Building
Contact person: Mary Lynne Dent – email@example.com
This is a medium-sized, discussion-based class consisting of young couples and growing families devoted to Christ and community.
This class meets in room B237
This is a small-sized, discussion-based class seeking Christian answers to challenges in our lives, parenting, charitable giving, service to God, and other questions.
This class meets in room B223.
Contact person: Matt Carter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mosaic is a small-sized, discussion-based class based on scripture supplemented with a wide range of other materials to study topics where a Christian perspective is needed.
This class meets in room B160
Contact Person: Kevin Harp – email@example.com
This is a large-sized, discussion-based class that is especially for empty nesters and early retirees, but all are welcomed! Marvin Thomas teaches this class. Join this group as they explore the Biblical word and its application for our lives today.
This class meets in room A01 in Hamill Court (take the elevator to the basement, and our room is at the end of the hall!)
Contact Person: Marvin Thomas – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Holler Food for the Soul
This is a large-sized, discussion-based class with shared leadership using a variety of curriculum. This class has several social activities throughout the year.
This class meets in room A107 in Hamill Court
Contact: Cathey Donald – email@example.com
Heart, Mind, and Soul
This is a large-sized, discussion-based class. Leadership is shared in class discussions on Christian matters of the heart, mind, and soul. This class often enjoys social time outside of class.
This class meets in room B242 in the Mathison Building
Contact person: Starling Grisham – firstname.lastname@example.org
McGehee – Lacy
This is a very large-sized, lecture-based class that studies the New Testament in-depth. The members participate in ministries, praying for others, and often plan social activities for the class.
This class meets in room A102 in Hamill Court
Contact person: John Ramage – email@example.com
This is a medium-sized, discussion-based class that alternates quarterly between Old and New Testament studies. Through sharing the lesson, life experiences, spiritual insights, and Christian fellowship, these class members are growing closer to God.
This class meets in room A113 in Hamill Court
Contact Person: Carolyn Mooty – firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s Get Started
This is a class for single adults.
Led by: Lee Murphy
This is a medium-sized, teacher-led class using the Bible and contemporary materials to understand and apply God’s word to their lives. There are 3-4 planned social activities per year with frequent informal gatherings among members.
This class meets in room A115 in Hamill Court
Contact Person: Feliecia Litsey – email@example.com
This is a small-sized, discussion-based class engaging in regular Bible study. There are occasional breaks from the journey to explore topical DVD lessons or study a book series.
This class meets in room B231 in the Mathison Building
Contact Person: John Helms – firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a medium-sized, lecture-based class whose members are a diverse group of people, joining together to study God’s word through the Bible and teacher-made notes & handouts.
This class meets in room A101 in Hamill Court
Contact Person: Gene and Reeder Dulaney – email@example.com
This is a small-sized, multigenerational class in which we share our faith journey together, learn through discussion, examine contemporary issues, and study new & progressive theological ideas. United in the common purpose of examining our faith, we come from many backgrounds and hold a variety of views. In memory of former Auburn UMC minister, Rev. Charles Britt, we maintain a commitment to serving “the least of these” in the world around us.
This class meets in room A106 in Hamill Court
Contact Person: Sonny Dawsey – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Back Forty
This is a small-sized discussion class studying the Bible and seeking its application to our lives as parents of young adults.
This class meets in room A10.
Contact Person: Mary Susan Christopher – email@example.com
This is a medium-sized, discussion-based class whose members are closely tied together in a loving Christian fellowship, learning how the Bible can provide answers to life’s toughest questions.
This class meets in room B242 in the Mathison Building
Contact Person: Ed Crum – firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a small-sized, discussion-based class that enjoys talking through living lives after the example of Jesus, sometimes stepping out in faith and other times remaining in place through spiritual disciplines. Members seek to have an active faith and occasional social activities, including mission projects.
This class meets in room B228-230
Contact Person: Patricia Stevenson – email@example.com
College Student Sunday School takes place in the Wesley Foundation’s Fireside Room. Join us at 10am as we read and discuss scripture, and how it interacts with the world around us. We are open to all college students regardless of what church you attend, and we would love to have you join us as we grow together!
This class meets in the Wesley Foundation
Contact Person: Tony Jeck – firstname.lastname@example.org