“I want you woven into a tapestry of love, in touch with everything there is to know of God. Then you will have minds confident and at rest, focused on Christ, God’s great mystery. All the richest treasures of wisdom and knowledge are embedded in that mystery and nowhere else. And we’ve been shown the mystery!” (Colossians 2.2–12)
We endeavor to make childcare available for all classes. Advance reservations are required one week prior to the class. Please contact Lauren Price to make a reservation.
Parables of Jesus: a Women at the Well Study
This study, by J. Ellsworth Kalas, will explore nine of the parables Jesus used to present eternal truths. Parables covered include The House on the Rock, The Sower, The Father and His Two Sons, The Mustard Seed, The Good Samaritan, The Widow and the Unjust Judge, The Wise and Foolish Bridesmaids, The Pharisee and the Tax Collector and The Nobleman and the Pounds.
5 Sundays, 11:00AM – Noon
February 3 – March 3
Led by Mart and Sue Hoffman
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A class for couples considering marriage, engaged couples, and married couples (1-2 years.) This class promotes understanding and discussion of key topics and research related to successful and healthy long-term relationships. Marriage subjects are prioritized by the class members, who are encouraged to participate through reading as well as couple and group interactions. We also have fun! Cost is $12.00/couple.
Twelve World Religions
12 Thursdays, 10:00 – 11:30AM
February 7 – April 25
Led by Rev. Patty Bergfield
Baha’i? Jain? Zoroastrian? Did you know that there are twelve religions right now that are growing and spreading throughout the world? Most of us are aware of the five largest religions, but all twelve can be found in the
United States. Come and gain an overview of the twelve world religions — belief, history, and how people live out their faith. We will also explore how to start loving and respectful conversations to share the Gospel message and the love of Christ.
Prayer Bead Workshop
Saturday, March 2
9:00AM – Noon
Cost is $20 (additional $12 for optional prayer book)
Led by Rev. Patty Bergfield
Come, learn, and make Protestant Prayer Beads. This style of praying was developed by a Protestant minister who designed them to pray Scriptures through the Christian Year. It has since grown in popularity as a useful prayer tool in our very busy lives to help us focus. You will make your own set of beads and learn how to use them in your prayer time. No beading experience needed. Class age: High School & Adults.
Spring Women’s Retreat: Puzzle Pieces
Saturday, April 6
9:00AM – 2:00PM in TUMC Fellowship Hall
Cost is $10 per person
Ever wonder how you fit into God’s plan? Ever asked, “Can God use ME?” Join us as we study women in the Bible and discover how they were all different but still needed for God’s plan. We will learn how God fits us together like a giant puzzle to complete God’s plans and purposes. Without you, the picture will be missing an important puzzle piece. Come and join us for some fun, laughter, and reflection as we all discover what God sees in us. Continental breakfast and lunch provided.