There are so many ways to learn at NRUMC, and Sunday School is unique in that it offers an opportunity to be in community with those that may not attend our Studies & Small Groups that meet in the evenings.
Nursery Care during 8:30 and 11:15 services is provided for infants and children through age three, and during the 9:45 service is provided for infants and toddlers not yet two years old by August 31, 2018.
Children’s Sunday School
Offered during the 9:45 a.m. Sunday School hour for children ages 2 years-5th Grade. “E” classrooms are in the Education Building, and “Y” classrooms are located in the Youth Center.
- E1 – 2s
- E2 – 3s
- E3 – 4s/5s
- E4 – Kindergarten
- E5 – 1st Grade
- Y4 – 2nd Grade
- Y3 – 3rd Grade
- Y2 – 4th Grade
- Y1 – 5th Grade
For more information about Sunday School for children, please email Cassidy Plunkett or call her at 919.847.1536 x103.
Youth Sunday School
For great is his love toward us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever.
- 6th grade: Education building, Room E25
- 7th-9th grade: Youth Center Main Room
- 10th-12th grade: Youth Center, Room Y5
If you have any questions, email Jen Haselden or call her at 919-847-1536 ext. 113.
We offer adult Sunday School classes during our 9:45 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning worship hours. Please feel free to visit any or all of our classes. Adults of any age are welcome to attend any class. Each of our Sunday School classes participates in local, regional, and international missions. If you have any questions, please email our Associate Pastor, Ashley Will or call her at 919.847.1536 x114.
(Connect is taking a short break and will be returning soon. If you’re looking for a discussion class with a similar demographic, we encourage you to take a look at The Quad.) The Connect class is comprised of parents with children of all ages seeking “connection” with Christ and each other. Studies include the books of the Bible and conversations on relevant topics.
The Fellowship class, comprised of older adults, is a member-led class that focuses on in-depth studies in the Old and New Testaments. Our “family” orientation encourages support of each other in good and difficult times, while enjoying quarterly socials and funding mission activities during the year. Upcoming and previous studies include: Crash Test Dummies: Surprising Lessons from the Book of Judges (Talbot Davis), Creed: What Christians Believe and Why (Adam Hamilton), Top United Methodists Beliefs (Don Adams), The Shadow of Doubt: Confronting Challenges to Faith (Talbot Davis), Moses: In the Footsteps of the Reluctant Prophet (Adam Hamilton), Seven Letters to Seven Churches (Douglas Connelly), God Unbound: Wisdom from Galations for the Anxious Church (Elaine Heath).
Good News Ambassadors
The Good News Ambassadors class typically engage in short-term book studies (6-12 weeks) on Bible- based topics.
Room S1 (Main building downstairs)
Contact: Martha Biggio
The Goodwill class is comprised of senior adults who support each other as a family in both difficult and good times. We follow the Adult International Bible Studies quarterly curriculum, and our teaching is led by volunteer members each Sunday. We welcome everyone to join us in our journey to better understand the teachings of Jesus.
Room S3 (Main building downstairs)
Contact: Pat Harper
New Friendship is a warm, friendly, smaller or cozier group that is comprised of adults seeking fellowship with Christ. Studies in the past have included 40 Days of Decrease (Alicia Britt Chole), The Essential Guide to Deliverance (Larry Richards), Facing Your Giants (Max Lucado), and Digital Disciple (Adam Thomas). Members rotate the facilitating of the lesson. Mission involvement includes Family Promise, Habitat for Humanity, and 1st Wednesday fellowship dinners.
Room E23 (Education building upstairs)
Contact: Jennifer Gedeon
The Quad launches September 8th at 9:45 a.m. This no-prep discussion based group is open to adults of all ages as we explore relevant modern issues through the lens of the “Wesleyan Quadrilateral”: Scripture, Tradition, Reason, and Experience. Whether you are new to the Quadrilateral or have been using it for years–all are welcome.
Room E21 (Education building upstairs)
Contact: Cindy Holeman
The Seekers class is a fun-loving group of adult couples (kids from elementary to college) and singles that have a close bond with each other and provide support in good and difficult times. We chose the name “Seekers” as we are always seeking to learn more about God and to continue growing in the faith. Studies, led by rotating members, include books of the Bible, Word, seasonal studies, and current topics. Our upcoming studies include: Book of Genesis, Great Characters of the Bible, Advent study, and Separation of Church & State. The group “seeks” mission opportunities and is currently involved with Backpack Ministry, Helen Wright, Family Promise, Angel Tree, UMM/UMW and have been regulars at First Wednesday Fellowship Dinners.
Room S4 (Main building downstairs)
Contact: Ruby Rosbach
The Sonrise class is very mission focused with involvement with CSI, Prison Ministry, Sunrise Assisted Living, Backpack Ministry, Family Promise, ZOE Ministry, Heifer Project Ministry, and NRUMC Youth. Future studies are undecided currently but included God is in the Manger (Dietrich Bonhoeffer). The class is Bible-centered and enjoys lively discussion.
The Well Class is an adult class of singles and couples of all ages. We are diverse in age, professions, ideas and where we are in our journey with Christ. The Well Class is not only a small group within our church; we are a family that cares for each other’s well-being. Our class time consists of prayer, sharing, study, and lively discussion of biblically-based lessons led by various members who provide robust discussions and much humor. We love to laugh! Outside of class we have various social gatherings, including an annual Christmas event that raises funds for local missions. We have participated in mission activities such as Habitat for Humanity, Family Promise, UMM/UMW, 1st Wednesday Night Dinners, and families in need.
The Reflections class is open to all adults. Our purpose is to learn from God’s Word how to live out our lives through understanding God’s ways and purposes through study of Scripture and biblically-related topics. Previous studies include Longing to Pray (J. Ellsworth Kalas).
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