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Sunday School Classes

FUMC Temple

Our Sunday School classes are a vital part of our discipleship at FUMC Temple. Scroll down to find the right class for you! Click on the class name to email the class leader. They are located in various places around our campus and gather Sunday Mornings from 9:40 to 10:40. Click here if you would like for a pastor to contact you directly for more infomation on any of our groups.


Class for young couples and singles. The class is following A Guide for All Who Seek God. Discussion is encouraged as the group strives to deepen faith and enhance the daily Christian walk, making friendships along the way. New faces are welcome!


Class members are generally age 35 and up. Discussions are on current and historic topics and how they pertain to Christianity and the daily walk for followers of Jesus Christ. Recent studies have included a 12-week study of Judaism by Professor Isaiah M. Gafni.


Open to adults of all ages looking for a place to grow in faith and fellowship. Pastor Don says the name signifies the common need to build our lives upon the solid rock with Christ as the Cornerstone. Bible based studies will emphasize open discussion where all thoughts and opinions are welcome and respected. For more information contact Don at the church office, on facebook or email!


Contemporary Christians

Dennis Hall - Room 118

Class members are generally ages 40 and up. Studies usually include book and video components followed by discussion. Recent studies have included The Wesleyan Way by Scott J. Jones and Counterfeit Christianity by Roger E. Olsen. The class celebrates "Social Sunday" with potluck dishes on the first Sunday of every month.


The class is made up of active, mature adults who enjoy close relationships and lively class discussions led by a team of teachers. Studies have included Final Words from the Cross by Adam Hamilton and a 12-week study on the book of Acts. The class tradition is to close with a circle of prayer.


A small class for ages 50 and up. Free thought and open discourse on topical and contemporary subjects is encouraged. Recent studies include How Jesus Became God by Bart D. Ehrman.


Dawson Class

Room 201

First organized in 1954, membership in this historic class is generally ages 50 and up. The class is led by rotating teachers using the Cokesbury Adult Bible Study. The benediction spoken in unison each Sunday is from Psalm 90:12, "So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom."


A new class for all ages and stages of faith. The focus is on the prayers of the Bible through practice and participation. The primary leader is Dr. David Howard, a retired pastor and counselor.


Our members are 45 and up. We focus on short studies led by various class members. Recent studies include: The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning and Walk as Jesus Walked a video series.


Most members are singles and couples with young children. The teachings of Jesus are examined as they impact daily lives. The class is friendly and outgoing and members enjoy meeting new friends. The class is facilitated by Dr. Tom Robbins.


Journey

Room 306

The class is generally for ages 21 to 45, single, married, and single again. Lessons are Bible based and are energetic and lively. Everyone is welcome, no matter what stage of life or faith JOURNEY they may be on.


Wellspring Class

Dennis Hall Conference Room

This is an eclectic class for all ages. The class is a drop-by forum for new comers who may be seeking information about various adult Sunday school classes. The Upper Room is used as a devotional guide.


Friendship Class

Room 302 & 303

Organized in 1947, this class is the oldest of the adult Sunday school classes. Class members are generally ages 50 and up. The class is led by rotating teachers using the Cokesbury Adult Bible Study for both old and new testaments.


Searchers

Room 111

This class is a melting pot of people of different ages and stages in their faith journey. The class format is discussion where all viewpoints are welcome.


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