Something for everyone...
- Birth – 2 yrs. Old:
- 4:15-7:15 – Childcare is provided for little ones whose parents are attending an adult study or volunteering with children’s programming. Children should attend supper with their family.
- 3 yrs. Old – Kindergarten:
- 4:15-4:45 – Choir upstairs in room B220
- 4:45—5:15 – Bible Study – Upstairs children’s hallway room A218
- 5:30-6:30 – Supper with family6:30-7:15 – Childcare available for children whose parents are attending an adult study.
- 1st – 3rd grades:
- 4:15-4:45 – Fellowship-Upstairs children’s hallway room A206
- 4:45-5:15 – Choir upstairs in room B220 or Fellowship in upstairs children’s hallway room room A206.
- 5:15-5:45 – Bible Study- Upstairs children’s hallway room A218. Ends at 5:45. Will meet parents at dinner.
- 5:45-6:30 – Supper with family
- 6:30-7:15 – Childcare available for children whose parents are attending an adult study.
- 4th – 6th Grades
- 4:15-4:45 – Hangout-Upstairs children’s hallway room A206
- 4:45-5:15 – Games-Upstairs children’s hallway room A205
- 5:15-5:45 – Choir upstairs in room B220 or games upstairs in room B227. Ends at 5:45. Will meet parents at dinner.
- 5:45-6:30 – Supper with family
- 6:30-7:15 – Small Groups – Upstairs gym.
Each Wednesday we open the doors of the Youth Center at 4pm for student free time. Students can eat dinner downtown or join us for dinner in the youth center at 5pm. Cost for dinner is $5. Dgroups will gather for worship in the Youth Center at 6pm and transition to individual groups 7-8pm.
Dgroup registration will remain open all year. If you have any questions about attendance or anything else Dgroup-related, please contact Lindsey. Click here to view more information about Dgroups for the 2021-2022 year. Paper registration forms are available at the receptionist desk in Mathison Lobby, the Youth Center, or contact Jill to have a Dgroup form emailed to you.
Join us for Wednesday Night supper in the Fellowship Hall at 5:30pm .
Three ways to enjoy Wednesday Night Supper:
- Eat in the Fellowship Hall.
- Grab a to go plate and eat outside at Auburn UMC.
- Grab a to go plate and take it home.
On the menu October 27th: Adults – Chicken Alfredo or pasta with Bolognese sauce, salad, roll and dessert. Kids- Mummified pizza pockets, chips, and Oreo balls.
Supper is $5 per person with a $20 per family cap. College students are $3 per person.
Participate in either of these short-term opportunities before or after supper:
No registration is necessary. Please join us on Wednesday nights.
American Sign Language for Beginners, 4 weeks
Wednesday, 4:30pm-5:15pm, A 113
Facilitator: Amy Crew
Join us for a fun, basic introductory Bible sign language class. We will learn basic verses and songs.
John Wesley’s The Character of a Methodist, by David Wentz, 4 weeks
Wednesdays, 6:30pm-7:15pm, Room A 107, Oct. 6- Oct. 27
Facilitator: Cory Smith
What was unique about John Wesley’s grasp of the Christian faith? Come join the conversation in which we will explore Wesley’s purpose and mission of the people called Methodists. No matter where one stands in the wide umbrella of our denomination, this summary of its root emphasis provides a vital foundation. Come join us!
No Cure for Being Human (And Other Truths I Need to Hear,) Kate Bowler, 4 weeks
Wednesdays, 4:30pm-5:15pm, Oct. 27 – November 17,
Leaders: Kelli Hitchman-Craig and Julie Hare
Room A115 (off Hamill Court)
With dry wit and unflinching honesty, Kate Bowler grapples with her cancer diagnosis, her ambition, and her faith as she tries to come to terms with her limitations in a culture that says anything is possible. She finds that we need one another if we’re going to tell the truth: Life is beautiful and terrible, full of hope and despair and everything in between—and there’s no cure for being human.
Book order link: https://www.amazon.com/No-Cure-Being-Human-Truths/dp/0593230779