Adult Education & Spiritual Formation

Gather 9:30 – 9:45 am    ●     Classes begin 9:45 am

New & Prospective Member Study
6 sessions: April 14 – May 26 (except Easter, April 21)
Have you wondered about joining our church, or what it means to be United Methodist?  This is a class for new and prospective members, those considering baptism (for themselves or a child), or anyone interested in getting to know their faith a little bit better. We’ll be studying Rowan Williams’ book Being Christian.  Meet at 717. Led by Pastor Joe Gunby.  Contact Joe if you have questions: joe.gunby@ngumc.net

Spiritual Yoga
5 sessions: April 7 – May 12 (except Easter, April 21)
Scripture, poems and stories will be woven into our yoga practice.  Bring a water bottle, towel to cushion knees, and a yoga mat (we’ll have a couple extra).  Feel free to bring blocks, strap, or other props. Wear stretchy pants for yoga and church, or bring a change of clothes.  Beginners welcome!  Yoga is for every body.  If you’re wondering how to make yoga accessible for you, talk with Katie (see bottom).  Meet at 717. Led by Hope Cook (Certified Yoga Teacher) & Katie Calkin (Certified Group Exercise Instructor/Personal Trainer).

Adult Sunday School
On-going
Explore lectionary readings, faith journeys, and living out the Gospel through social justice work, prayer & meditation, and community.
Every Sunday. Drop-ins welcome. Meet in downstairs conference room. Members take turns facilitating.

Bible Study
On-going
Drop in for reading, commentary and discussion of a chapter of scripture to help discern the meaning, value and application of the reading for our everyday thinking and action. Everyone welcome!  Every Sunday.  Meet at 717.  Led by Paul Quick.

 

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