Sunday School At ELUMC
Life is hard and our busy schedules often leave us feeling unfulfilled and like no one understands. Sunday School is a time to build relationships with other believers and learn about our own relationship with God. It is an opportunity to have fellowship and learn with people who believe as you do. We would like to encourage you to visit a Sunday School Class. We offer a variety of teaching styles and groupings. Sunday School is a great place to grow as a Christian and make lifelong friends.
Mustard Seeds (ages 2-5)
The Mustard Seed Class meets at 10:00 on the first floor of the Sunday School Building. This group uses the Cokesbury Deep Blue Sunday School literature, a weekly adventure through the Bible. They like to sing, dance, play, and make crafts.
Sprouts (grades K-2nd)
The Sprouts Class meets at 10:00 on the second floor of the Sunday School Building. This group uses the Cokesbury Deep Blue Sunday School literature, a weekly adventure through the Bible. This class likes to actively participate through plays and skits.
Elementary (grades 3rd-5th)
The Grades 3-5 Class meets at 10:00 on the second floor of the Sunday School Building. This group uses the Cokesbury Deep Blue Sunday School literature, a weekly adventure through the Bible with group participation.
Ekklesia (grades 6th-8th)
The Ekklesia Class meets at 10:00 in the Ekklesia classroom. This active group focuses their Bible Studies around book studies, games, and group discussions.
Sr. High / Youth
The Youth class meets at 11:00 in the Youth House, across the street from the main campus! Youth Sunday School is perfect for students 6th-12th grades. This group uses the Bible, book studies, themes, and videos as the curriculum. Youth Sunday School is led by Youth Director, Amber Burns. The youth engage in worship and fellowship together every Sunday through games, music, and bible study.
One of the newest Sunday School additions, the Young Families Sunday School class meets at 11:00am in the discipleship classroom in the Education Building. This group is open to any young family or couple in the church and focuses on making meaningful connections and encouraging fellowship. This Sunday School class chooses their own curriculum and are discussion oriented.
Discipleship Class (adults)
The Discipleship Class meets at 10:00 a.m. on the second floor of the Sunday School Building. They use the Adult Bible Studies Uniform Series, a study that explores the biblical message and how to apply it to daily life. Group fellowship and discussion are a top priority for the Discipleship Class. This class serves men and women of all ages and walks of life. The Discipleship class participates in local missions and socials such as fish fries and holiday parties, as well.
The JOY class meets at 10:00 in the Fellowship Hall. They use the Adult Bible Studies Uniform Series, a study that explores the biblical message and how to apply it to daily life. The class is taught in lecture style, with questions, answers and discussion from class always at the heart of the presentation. They enjoy singing, socials, and fellowship with peers. The group truly enjoys being together and consider themselves a family. The JOY class serves both singles and couples, mostly seniors, but all are welcome.
Marjorie Jewell (women)
The Marjorie Jewell Class meets at 10:00am in the Church Parlor. This is a class meant for women of any and all ages to get to know each other and grow in their faith through studying the bible together. They enjoy fellowship outside of class with movie nights, a Christmas Tea, star gazing events, and other events.
Career Class (adults)
The Career Class meets at 11:00am in the Lillian Ellis Center every Sunday after The Well. This is an engaging group that focuses on fellowship and biblical study. The Career Class is a fantastic group for anyone interested in getting to know fellow believers who attend The Well service at 9:45am. Anyone and everyone is welcome to this class.
If you have any questions about getting plugged into a Sunday School class, contact Discipleship Director, Caleb Jeavons.