growth classes

Do you want to be part of a community that invests in one another and strives to create environments of personal, communal, and spiritual growth?  Join us in one of our many Growth Classes.  Some are offered all throughout the year, while others meet for six to eight weeks, designated with specific topics.  Check out the list below to see what class may best fit your needs!   

On-Going Growth Classes

If you’re not currently involved in a class, you can participate and join in any of these at any time!


All of these classes meet Sunday Mornings at 10:00 A.M.


The LOFT - Kid’s Church (grades 1-5)


A105 - Young Teens (grades 6-8)


A108 - Senior Teens (grades 9-12)


A103 - A ‘third place’ setting between church and small group where adults apply Scripture to life in practical ways.  Led by Rich Beans.


Multi-Purpose Room - Young Adult: Fresh Eyes: A Study of Jesus’ Parables.  Led by Doug and Tara Faulker.


C101 - Variety of topical Christian studies.  Led by Lucia Delamarter and Kent Krober.


C103 - Vigorous discussion about the application of Scripture to daily life.  Currently in Lamentations.  Led by Dan Jensen.


C105 - Bible Study using Word in Action curriculum.  Led by Angie Chute, Tom Ryan, and Rich Stephens. 


C107 - The “Bible Basics” class for adults uses the Wesley Bible curriculum, which is studying the gospel of John this fall.  Led by Don Mason and Ray Myers. 

Two NEW Growth Classes

Both of these classes meet Sunday Mornings at 10:00 A.M. beginning on October 28th!


C102 (Young Teen Room)Church Connections: Come learn more about who we are (as a local church), where we come from (as Free Methodists), and what makes us tick (our values and dreams). Whether you are interested in Membership, or just exploring what makes a Methodist Free, this is a great place to connect and learn and share our stories.


C104 (FMY Room) - Understanding Poverty: This class will be experientially oriented providing information, facts, statistics and guest speakers sharing their respective stories concerning the role of poverty.