Sunday School takes place on Sunday mornings, 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. Children and youth classes are divided by age,
adults are welcome to attend the class they feel most comfortable in.
Children and youth Sunday School classes take place in the lower level. This year we added air conditioning to the classrooms to help keep them cool on those hot summer days.
Children learn faith at an early age and their Christian education begins with Bible stories, crafts and games. These simple beginnings help establish a strong foundation. That foundation is built upon as our youth move from class to class and from simple stories to Bible study.
This Sunday School Class meets in the fellowship hall and will welcome you with wisdom and with smiles that will brighten your Sunday morning. Lois Davis and David Mills take turns leading the class.
Trust - Reach - Understand - Think - Hope
The name Truth Seekers is based on Jeremiah 29:13 -- "You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart."
The Truth Seekers class is for adults aged 18-45 who are seeking "meat and potatoes" Bible study to assist in spiritual transformation and the desire to continually become Christ-like disciples. The class members also seek to continually develop a Christ-centered focus in relationships with parents, spouses, children and community members. (Yes, there are men in this class. They just were not in the room when the picture was taken.)
This is a very compassionate class. One way they show care for those outside their class is by a monthly card ministry to missionaries.
Andrea Michel is teaching this class. If you are seeking, consider joining this Sunday School class.
When deciding on a name for this class, Psalm 133:1 was referenced. "How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity!"
The Unity Class is for those in the age group of -- Okay; this class has no set age group and is a mix of anyone who comes in and joins us. Each person brings their prospective on life and this makes for great discussions.
The Unity Class is taught by Judy Glasgow and meets in the Library. This is a discussion class with all being encouraged to participate but no one is forced to comment or share.
North Manchester United Methodist Church
306 E 2nd St.
North Manchester, IN
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