Sunday Morning Classes for Adults
Sunday School Classes are at 9:30 a.m., September-May, unless otherwise noted.
- Faith Connections
- Room: 101
This group of believers is interested in making the connection between their life experiences and the Christian faith. This class often uses FaithLink, which is a currents events study that supports discussion of world events through scripture.
- Pathways to Good News
- Room: L15
Learn Bible-centered teaching and its application to Christian living in today’s world.
- Room: 105
Focusing on Biblical and theological themes, this group emphasizes growing in understanding of Christian faith, then responding with new commitments.
- Wesley Weds
- Room: L4
Senior couples that engage in studies to encourage class discussions. They meet year round and the class is self-taught by members on a rotating basis. The class also holds regular social events.
- Room: 100
Couples/Singles age 70+, using the Bible as their primary study tool.
- God’s Hands
- Room: Conference Room
It’s all in the name–this group exlores how God works through His people to provide the love and support needed for this world.
- New Decade
- Room: L9
This class is centered on Bible-based curriculum applicable to current issues and daily living.
- Room: L5
Search for ways to live out your faith in this casual setting. Book and topical studies are often used.
- Room: Hearth Room
Class Type: This class is called “TBD,” because where each of us goes in our faith journey is yet To Be Determined. The idea for the class was hatched out of the #Adulting group for young adults, but you don’t have to be a certain age to join us. This fall we will jump into Animate Faith. This video-based series invites us to engage our faith as we explore the topics of God, Jesus, Salvation, Church, Religion, the Bible, and the Cross. We meet on Sunday mornings at 9:30.
- Room: 104
We have a new Sunday School class for young adults. In the tumultuous time of your twenties, life can become overwhelming, confusing, and very exciting. This new class can serve a peaceful refuge to discuss how life is going and offer wisdom from the Bible, fellow Topeka First UMC members, and more. This fall, we will begin with lessons based on the book Twentysomething: Surviving and Thriving in the Real World. No matter if you’re a recent high school graduate just starting on your adult journey, the loved one of a twentysomething you’d like to understand better, or anywhere in-between, we would be happy to welcome you Sunday mornings at 9:30.