Adult Sunday School
Sunday Mornings at 9:45 a.m.
Aldersgate is blessed with 10 active adult Sunday School Classes. Each welcomes new members and visitors. Feel free to visit as many classes as you wish. All classes meet at 9:45 a.m. in rooms all around the campus. To find out more information about each class, the class location, and a person to contact in each group see list below.
For more information contact Adam Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org or (985)641-5829
Adult Sunday School List
Living Life Together
Cokesbury, Room 201
A class for mid 20s-50s whose children range in age from the cradle to college. We are doing our best to establish a Christ-centered home while juggling work, school activities, sports, and aging parents.
Presently studying Doing Life Together.
Tammy and Marc White
Lost & Found
Cokesbury, Room 202
A class for 50s and up who are enjoying our children’s children. Some of us are still employed while others have retired. We attempt to discern God’s call to us amid the noise of living. If you are game for challenging discussion about selections from the Common Lectionary and enjoy real fellowship, join us.
Cokesbury, Room 203
We are a group of women in all stages of life who are constantly evolving. We focus on enriching our lives through Bible study, personal encouragement, prayer, regular
get-togethers, and community service.
Presently studying Adam Hamilton’s Half Truths.
Contact Pam Wesley
Sons of the Father Cokesbury 204
What are responsibilities and obligations of men in today’s society? Through Bible study, we explore what God intends
for us in every aspect of life—as workers, leaders, fathers, sons and husbands. Regardless of age or background,
there’s a place for you at the table.
Presently Studying the book of Revelation.
Cokesbury, Room 205
We enjoy lively discussions about the Bible and its application to our daily lives. Our children are celebrating life events such as college graduations, weddings and the birth of grandchildren. We keep in touch with each other through fellowship events beyond the classroom.
There is always room for more!
Presently studying John Ortburg’s Soul Keeping.
Cokesbury, Room 206
We look to the Wesleyan quadrilateral—scripture, reason, tradition, and experience to form and ground our beliefs. We strive to be accepting, thoughtful and attentive to beliefs different from our own. Our class consists of men, women, young,
young-at-heart, married, single and single again. We enjoy food, fun and fellowship. Join us.
The Acts of the Apostles.
Journeys of Light
Cokesbury, Room 207
A class for 30s-70s; married; single; some with children; some with grandchildren. Some choose traditional worship and some choose contemporary. We have discussion-oriented studies on a variety of topics using Bible passages to understand God’s guidance in our present faith journeys. We enjoy a pancake breakfast each month.
Presently studying Vander Laan’s
That the World May Know.
Works in Progress Cokesbury, Room 209
We are a weekly accountability group that studies God’s word in a non-traditional class setting. We enjoy discussing everyday events and sharing weekly personal experiences to bring the scriptures to life. We support each other; challenge each other; and seek to serve Christ wherever we are. We range in age from late 30s to late 50s.
Presently studying Adam Hamilton’s
New Life Believers
We are a Bible-based class whose studies mainly focus on individual books of the Bible. Most of our members are 50 and older, but that is not a requirement! We enjoy fellowships in homes and we even enjoy traveling out of town together.
Presently studying the book of Colossians.
Mary and Martha
Azalea Estates Sunroom
All women are welcome in our multi-generational group as we share life and God’s love through the study of scripture. We meet in the Azalea Estates sunroom so that we can welcome the residents there to join us.
Studying James Moore’s
Do You Have Alligator Arms
Contact Rhea Snyder
Nothing from February 23, 2018 to April 23, 2018.
8:30am - Traditional Worship
Join us for this traditional United Methodist worship experience, built around liturgy, congregational prayer, hymns led by the choir and organ, hearing the spoken word, and reflecting upon it with current, relevant messages, and caring for one another in prayer.
9:45am - Sunday School
Our Sunday School hour includes 10 adult classes, a youth class, sixth/seventh grade confirmation class, and seven other children’s classes.
11:00am - Contemporary Worship
Come as you are to this contemporary worship experience. This service features our praise bands sharing new and favorite songs, experiential messages rooted in the scriptures, and a time build our community through prayer.