Adult Sunday School
UPUMC's Sunday school classes focus on deepening your knowledge and understanding of the Bible. Each class is designed to use teachers, guest speakers, video and other resources to help members grow together in God's word. Classes are based on life stages so that each class can share common experiences and connections that allow them to grow together as a church family.
We invite you to visit one of the many Sunday school classes we offer. If you have any questions about which class is the right fit for you please contact Monica Frazier.
Due to our building closure, many of our Sunday school classes are meeting online. If you are interested in joining one of the classes below for a morning of fellowship, please view our Sunday morning event calendar with the class contact here>.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS SCHEDULE
SUNDAY MORNINGS | 9:45AM - 10:45AM
New Beginnings | Room 262
New Beginnings is a group of professional couples in their 40s and 50s with older elementary and middle school children and youth. Members share in teaching the lesson or inviting speakers. The curriculum is usually Bible study and related topics. In addition to Sundays, they gather socially and participate in church and community outreach projects together.
Revelations | Room 261
Revelations is a class with married and single adults in their 30s and 40s with children. This class uses guest speakers, video teachings and members to focus on the Bible and how it applies to daily life. They gather every Sunday but also love to socialize outside of church with first Friday dinners, community outreach projects and Sunday lunches.
Mosaic | Fellowship Hall
Mosaic consists of young couples, many in their 30s with families, who are committed to community, teaching, missions and prayer. Class discussions include Bible study, life and faith topics, and guest speakers. Fellowship centers around social activities and service opportunities.
Genesis | Room 263
Genesis is a group of married couples in their 40s and 50s, most with children in upper elementary through college. Their mission is to grow in the understanding of the scriptures and share fellowship with other Christians. The usually have a chosen lesson plan with discussions led by class members or guest speakers. They hope to make God a priority in the lives of their families and to grow the church family.