Here is a brief overview of our First UMC faith formation programs.
Children All children are welcome to join us for Kid’s Bible Adventures! The fun begins immediately following the children’s message during the 9:30 AM worship service. We are using Cokesbury’s Deep Blue curriculum. Based on the Deep Blue Kids Bible, this resource for children includes adventure, exciting stories, science experiments, arts and crafts, animated video storytelling, active games and mission projects-all combined into a living-faith experience that will help children discover what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ today!
If you have any questions about our children’s programming contact Maureen Koziol at email@example.com.
Youth Our REVEAL Youth Ministry strives to help youth build meaningful relationships with one another, with God, and to help build the Kingdom of God on earth. We do so by meeting on Sunday evenings throughout the academic year. Our middle school and high school ages meet from 5-6:30 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month – see the Sunday bulletin and newsletter for schedule changes & other events. Gatherings may include events, mission projects, discussion groups, and fun activities.
On the 2nd and 4th Sundays, our youth meet for fellowship time and Sunday school at 9:45 am. They start in worship at 9:30 am and then gather on the 3rd floor in the youth room until 10:30 am. Our middle, jr. high and high school groups meet with teachers to dive deeper into scripture and application for faith in our daily lives. Conversations and activities seek to take their faith to a deeper level. Our dedicated teachers make Sunday school fun, interesting, and relevant!
More details here.
Adults We offer adult discussion groups Sunday mornings at 8:45 and 11:00 AM. The topics will vary, but all of our studies engage adults to grow in their faith. We are always seeking to go deeper. We do this through sermon series during worship, Sunday morning classes, day and evening Bible studies during the week, and covenant groups on occasion. Learn more here.