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.


Sundays, 9:30-10:30am

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.

Cornerstone (Ages 30-50)
Matthias Family Life Center 315

Sojourners (40+)
Wesleyan 206

Joy (All Adults) 
Matthias Family Life Center 316

Forum (All Adults)
Fellowship Hall


Weekley

WOW (Women of the Word) Monday Bible Study 
Mondays, 11:30-1:00pm, Parlor

Early Risers
Thursdays, 7:00-8:00am, Matthias Family Life Center 313

Women’s Topical Group
Thursdays,  9:30-11:00am, Wesleyan 206 

Thursday Morning Women’s Group
Thursdays, 9:15am, Matthias Family Life Center 316

Monthly

Women’s Book Club
Second Wednesday of the month, 10:00-11:30am, On Zoom
Email [email protected] for the zoom link.

Upcoming Books:

AUG: Mrs. Queen Takes the Train by William Kuhn

SEPT: The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters by Balli Kaur Jaswal

OCT: Last Bus to Wisdom by Ivan Doig

Circles

Hannah
First Tuesday, 9:15am, Fellowship Hall
Hannah is a community of women who gather monthly for service, fellowship, and spiritual development. Find out more about our annual sale at fumcwp.org/hannahscloset.

Ruth UMW Circle
Second Friday, 9:30am, Various Locations
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]


Weekly

Tuesday Morning Men’s Group
Tuesdays, 7:30-8:00am,

New Men’s 30s Life Group
Thursdays, Starting Sept. 24, 7:00-8:00am via zoom
Led by Dr. Jon Tschanz and Cameron Falzone
Book: “The Way of the Warrior” by Erwin McManus 

Thursday Morning Men’s Group
Thursdays,  7:00-8:00am
Led by Ben Howell

Friday Morning Men’s Group 
Fridays, 6:30am-8:00am
Led by Mark Leggett


Act II is a pathway for couples and singles to gather together in faith. There are many opportunities for fun, fellowship, and growth in this wonderful and unique stage of life.  Whether you are still working full-time, transitioning, or retired, through Act II events and service opportunities you will enjoy sharing experiences with others as you maneuver through these years.  You can be as involved as you wish; there is a place for you in this Ministry.  Please join us, energized, excited, and engaged in life.  You will surely find that this is an amazing way for you to continue to meet the God who loves you and some people who will love to meet you too.

For ALL Act II events/classes, contact the church office at 407-644-2906.


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.