Sunday School at Florence United Methodist offers spiritual life enrichment for the entire family. There are classes available for children, youth, and adults. Whatever your spiritual learning needs are, there’s a Sunday School class available for you!
Sunday School begins at 10:00 am. A Nursery is available for infants and toddlers.
The curriculum for the Children’s Sunday School is age appropriate and filled with fun. For questions please contact Anna Merlo, Children’s Ministry Director, at email@example.com.
These classes are divided into the following age groups:
Toddlers 18 months and up
3-4 year olds
Kindergarten & 1st grades
2nd & 3rd grades
4th & 5th grades
Middle School and High School Classes are designed to help students deal with daily issues from a Biblical perspective.
Mid High – 6th, 7th, 8th Grades
High School – Boys & Girls
C3 College age Sunday School Class (Gathering Place Conference/Library)
ADULTS (Meet from 10:00-10:50)
The adult classes provide unique study materials that help lead individuals to fruitful Christian living. Most adult classes offer monthly or occasional social get-togethers as a way to encourage Christian fellowship. For any questions, or more information, contact Christy Blundy at Christy@florenceumc.com.
Progressive Adult : This class consists of singles and couples in the middle years and retirement. The lesson is structured; however, members freely participate and contribute to the lesson, as well. The study material used is the Adult Bible Studies – International lesson series. Mission projects of the class involve the Methodist Children’s Home, Nathaniel Mission, UMCOR, Bolivia Mission, United Ministries, STARS, and Ida Spence. Class fellowship consists of a monthly dinner and program.
In the Word: This class consists of singles and married couples of varied ages. We are using LifeGuide Bible Studies, which are designed to be an exciting and challenging way to keep us guided by God’s Word in every area of life. These studies are very thought provoking and help us to discern what the Bible says rather than just telling us. Come grow and have fun at the same time!
Entheos: This open class welcomes you to their fellowship and discussions that deal with daily lives — how to better ourselves and our children’s lives, and to strengthen our Christian walk. A variety of study material is used, including books and the Bible. Mission projects involve a variety of community outreach projects. Class fellowship consists of occasional social events.
Pairs & Spares: This class consists of singles and married couples of varied ages. Class discussion and format involves various books and authors that deal with daily situations, problems, and events. The main emphasis is to relate these issues to the Biblical Context. Mission projects of the class include supporting missionaires, individuals within the church, and the Methodist Children’s Home. Class fellowship consists of occasional potlucks and dinners.
Beacon: This class is composed of people of varied ages and marital status. Study materials consist of Adult Bible Studies. Mission projects include the Methodist Children’s Home. A potluck dinner fellowship is held at different times of the year.
Christian Witness: This class is structured along traditional Sunday School lines with the freedom to discuss topics of interest within a Bibical context. Mission projects include the Zimmermans and community outreach projects. Class fellowship consists of monthly social events and annual retreats.
Pathfinder’s: This group meets to fellowship, pray, and study different curriculum studies together.