Because you weren't meant to do life alone, our Adult Ministries are designed to empower adults to experience connection and foster spiritual growth. Adult ministries exists to draw us together as followers of Jesus in our lives, our homes, our jobs, our communities, and our church. We strive to be continually growing in our relationship with Jesus through prayer, study, fellowship, and learning.
Do you long for a deeper connection to God? Do you desire authentic and meaningful relationships with others? If so, you are encouraged to join a group.
Seeker's Sunday School Class
Time: 9:30am - 10:30am
Do you seek out a variety of tools for your spiritual formation? If so, then the Seeker’s Sunday school class may be for you. This group utilizes a variety of methods for engaging in transformative spiritual exploration. You can expect traditional Bible studies as well as studying theologians and spiritual leaders. This class promotes a shared leadership model with participants taking turns leading the class discussion. No registration required, simply show up as you are to begin expanding and deepening your theological perspectives.
Does connecting with others through good food and good conversation sound like your idea of a fun evening? If so, then a Supper Club is just for you! Supper Clubs are made up of 8-10 people who meet monthly to dine and share in fellowship together. There are no other requirements to joining. Supper Clubs are assigned randomly in order to create opportunities to meet new people and build relationships throughout the congregation.
Need more information or interested in leading an adult discipleship group?
Please contact Pastor Jay Anderson by calling 614-882-2153 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building bridges by connecting people in community. This podcast is from Church of the Master United Methodist in Westerville, OH, which borders Otterbein University. The host, Lucy Kelly, is the Director of Campus Ministries at Church of the Master UM.