Adult Ministries

 
Life Groups
 
 
 

Life Groups

In home small group bible studies are a way for young families to invest in the lives of one another, to better understand how we can do life together as disciples of Christ.
For a list of current Life Groups see our brochure.
 
 
For more information joining or starting a Life Group, please contact Kristina Threadgill:
kthreadgill@fumcgranbury.org

Adult Sunday School Classes

Questers/Grace Bible
This class is open to all ages, backgrounds, & marital statuses. We meet in the Quester’s room during Sunday School hour on Sundays. Come and join us!
 
Fellowship/Chapel
Class members using the United Methodist curriculum Adult Bible Studies teach the Fellowship Class on a rotating basis. Member’s ages are 50 to 80. A social takes place each month with a potluck supper and games.
 
Scripture Study
This Bible Study on Sunday mornings is made up of all ages and marital statuses and is excellent for those new to the faith or for those who want to learn more about the Bible. The only curriculum used is the Bible; one book of the Bible is studied verse by verse. Discussions and questions are thought provoking and lively.
 
Pairs & Spares
The Pairs and Spares class ranges in age from 30 and up with all marital statuses. The class studies the Bible utilizing group discussions paired with selected study materials and videos. They have a strong emphasis on mission work and caring for class members through prayer, praise, service and fellowship.
Cornerstone
This adult class is comprised of singles and couples with and without children. The age range includes those in their 20s to 40s. The class uses a discussion based study, which is topical and Biblical, focusing on individual Christian growth through humor and Christian accountability. The class strives to have monthly social gatherings.
 
Friendship Class
The average age of this class is mid-70s. Most members are retired with grandchildren. This is a highly caring and benevolent class that provides support and resources where needed. They are very serious about learning more of Jesus’ intentions about how to live our lives and are very interactive with one another.
 
Seekers Class
As their name implies, they are seeking to understand the meaning of the Bible in order to be better prepared for the opportunities and obstacles that present themselves to all of us in our daily walks. Ages range from 40 to 70 and including all marital statuses. This is a small, more intimate, supportive group.