Adult Groups

We have a variety of different groups for all adults at every life stage in your spiritual journey. From Sunday School Classes, Women’s Groups, Men’s Groups, and Young Adults – there is a place for you here! We are excited about this faith community and believe the Spirit of God is working in our midst in real and tangible ways. Scroll down to learn more about our adult opportunities. For more information, contact [email protected] or visit our leadership page for the staff contact.

Sunday school is an opportunity to gather for deep and meaningful conversations about scripture and topics of faith. It is also an opportunity to create relationships, get to know others in our church, and live out our faith in community as Jesus instructed us. The goal of all of these classes is empowering individuals to strengthen their spiritual gifts, extend care to those in need, and welcome and discuss new ideas in a safe setting. All are welcome.

Joy (All Adults) 
Sundays, 10:00-11:00am, Wesleyan Bldg. 222 

Email [email protected] for more information!

Forum (All Adults)
Sundays, 10:00-11:00am, Fellowship Hall

Email [email protected] for more information!

Cornerstone (All Adults)
Resume date coming soon!

Email [email protected] for more information!


WOW (Women of the Word)
Mondays, Starting Jan. 10, 11:30am-1:00pm, Zoom
Book: “Common Ground” by Amberly Neese

Whether it is in politics, the professional world, a party, or a pew, we face conflict every day. As discussions get more heated and social media is deluged with opinion-spewing, hurt feelings, and broken relationships, we need hope and practical tools to navigate these waters and live at peace with everyone.

Fortunately, the Scriptures hold the key to living at peace despite our differences. In “Common Ground”, Amberly Neese combines stories of sibling rivalries from the Bible with personal experience, humor, hope and her love of God’s Word. These stories point us to peace and reconciliation, reassuring us that it is possible to find common ground with everyone—even when we disagree.

Early Risers
Thursdays, 7:00-8:00am, Zoom
Book: “Twelve Women of the Bible: Life-Changing Stories for Women Today” by Lysa Terkeurst 

Email [email protected] for the Zoom links.


Women’s Book Club
Second Wednesday of the month, 10:00-11:30am, Matthias Family Life Center Library (2nd Floor)

• Jan 2022: The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

• Feb. 2022: The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline 

Women Warriors
Meets once a month at various restaurants for food and Fellowship. 

Email [email protected] time & location.


Hannah is a community of women who gather monthly for service, fellowship, and spiritual development. Find out more about our annual sale at

Ruth UMW Circle
Second Friday, 9:30am
This group of women is our church’s connection with the United Methodist Women, a world-wide ministry that supports women and children locally, nationally, and around the world. They meet for Bible study, fellowship, and community service.

For more information, contact [email protected]


Tuesday Morning Men’s Group
Tuesdays, 7:15-8:15am, Fellowship Hall

Thursday Morning Men’s Group
Thursdays, 7:00-8:00am, Zoom

Email [email protected] for the Zoom link.


Methodist Men’s Monthly Monday Meals (MMMMM)
Meets once a month at various restaurants for food and fellowship.

Email [email protected] for time & location.

What is a Connect Group? A connect group is 8-12 people sharing a Christ-centered discipleship journey. The group meets regularly to foster spiritual growth, a sense of belonging, and to equip themselves for life and the journey. 

What are the core elements of Connect Groups? Relationship building, prayer, outreach, service and study. Connect groups can have one or all of these elements. 

Who should participate in Connect Groups? All who desire to grow in faith and find strength for daily living. 

Why do we need Connect Groups? In the midst of busy lives, overcommitted schedules, and the gridlock of daily living, it is too easy to feel alone.

Who is Kinfolk for?

Kinfolk is for people with questions. You might wonder where God has been, wonder what relevance the church has, or wonder how the world can be so beautiful. If you’re like us, you do all three.

Kinfolk is for young adults. We like how that’s a loose concept, but generally speaking a Kinfolk young adult is out of college but still working toward a career. And yes, we have plenty of exceptions.

We will be forming new groups in 2021. Please contact [email protected] if you’d like to know more!