Sunday School Classes

Sunday School is from 10:00-11:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings. There is a class for everyone! If you are not sure which class is right for you, please contact Linda Segars or the Church office at 843-662-3218. We will be happy to help you.

 

NEW! Singles who Mingle...with God

Contact: Sandy Conner (843-662-3218)

If you are age 25+ and divorced, widowed or single, please join us for a new singles Sunday School class. The first session on Sunday, September 10, will be more of a social gathering to get to know one another. A discussion will be held to see what we would like to study and how - video, book, devotions or a book of the Bible.

Sunshine Class - Room 179

Contact: Barbara Deas (843-665-7088)

This is a class for mentally, physically, or visually challenged adults or anyone who wants to spread sunshine. We enjoy helping people. We are very concerned about family, friends, and anyone who has problems.
 

spiritual journeys - Room 276

Contact: Britton Yarborborough

This class is primarily comprised of people in their 20's and 30's. It is discussion based and focuses on various themes in the Christian faith. "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your path." Proverbs 3:5-6
 

Open Door - Room 273

Contact: Phyllis Lee

We are a small group of both singles and couples of all ages. This class was started in January of 2016, so we are very new! Class members choose what we would like to study, and volunteers lead the discussion. Our goal is to walk down the path of life as Jesus would. As we walk together, we become friends who offer support and encouragement. We would love to have you join us!
 

New Beginnings - Room 272

Contacts: Robbie Smith and Anne Adams

This class consists primarily of adults in their 20s-50s, but all ages are welcome! We welcome marriedcouples, parents of growing children, and professional singles. We participate in various missions in the community and church. Lessons are instructor-led with group discussion on real life, contemporary Christian issues. We meet socially for family events and a Christmas gathering each year. Join us for coffee and conversation!
 

searching disciples - Room 275

Contacts: John Jacobs, Jim Harris, and Tim Kahn

This class consists primarily of adults in their 20s-50s, but all ages are welcome! We welcome marriedcouples, parents of growing children, and professional singles. We participate in various missions in the community and church. Lessons are instructor-led with group discussion on real life, contemporary Christian issues. We meet socially for family events and a Christmas gathering each year. Join us for coffee and conversation!


New Horizons - Room 279

ContactsMarvin Owen & Steve Reaves (843-662-0566)

We are adults in our 50s and 60s - the “sandwich generation.” Our class is led by its own members, and we discuss a variety of topics in an informal atmosphere. We meet monthly to eat or see a movie and just enjoy each others' company. We hope you’ll consider a visit!
 

Christian Discussion - Room 277

ContactsJerry Peace & Debby Stephens (843-629-0252)

Primarily in our 40s through 60s, but all ages are welcome. We use formal lessons (adult Bible study or other United Methodist literature), current events, contemporary culture, and fellowship. Missions, liberally sprinkled with humor and grounded in the Word of God, to grow toward four goals: 1) An always closer relationship with God through Christ, 2) Constant seeking of His will for our lives, 3) Faith and trust to surrender to his will, and 4) Love for all our brothers and sisters. Discussion is encouraged, but voluntary. Everyone is welcome. Jerry Peace and Debby Stephens share teaching duties.


Sarah Blanton-Philathea - Room 174

Contact: Shirley Greer

Mixed age group from 40s to 80s of both couples and singles. A variety of teachers lead discussion of Adult Bible Studies curriculum. Members enjoy caring fellowship, coffee, hymns, and devotions. The group participates in and supports a variety of service projects. This is a large class with an average attendance of 60 people.


Wesley Fellowship - Room 170

ContactJoe Ann Whitaker

This class is for singles and couples ranging from 50s - 100s. The class is small, but growing! We have five excellent teachers who teach on a rotating basis. The lessons are based on The International Sunday School material. Discussion is encouraged to seek a variety of viewpoints. Our goal is to grow in faith and love for God and for our fellow man. We have a strong interest in supporting church projects, mission, and outreach needs. Music and social activities are important to our class. Part of our social activity is to go out for lunch once a month. Please come and join us.

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