Sunday School for Adults
Adult Sunday School classes offer a place of fellowship, study, and growth as you walk your faith journey. Feel free to visit a few classes until you find the place that feels like home.
Rejoice! (All Ages)
This small class is distinguished by its diversity, curriculum and focus on interaction. Multigenerational with both singles and couples, the class strives for spiritual enrichment and growth through traditional Bible study, blended with multimedia presentations by contemporary authors and historical perspectives of the church. Discussion and interaction is a top priority in each session. This class is very supportive of missions, fellowship and RUMC activities.
WHERE Room 179, Sanctuary building
Cross Talk (50-70s)
No topic of discussion is too big nor too small for the members of this class. We cover a variety of topics, from the Bible to aging to current issues – taught by our classmates, our ministers, subject matter experts, and enthusiasts. All are discussed with a Christian heart and everyone’s opinion is respected and appreciated.
Monthly socials and community service activities offer additional, wonderful opportunities to build relationships and form friendships with the other classmates. The door is open and the circle will be joyfully expanded to include all that are looking for a loving, praying fellowship with people who truly care about each other.
Where Room 246/248, Chapel Building
CONTACTCarol Kerr at 404.317.3273 or
Pam Anderson at 770.331.0448
This class has both singles and couples with a deep interest in exploring Scripture, both Old and New Testaments, and its application in their lives today. Lessons are taught by invited speakers and class members. It also has a strong emphasis on being a caring community to its members. The class enjoys three social gatherings per year. Their out-reach emphasis is on the North Fulton Community Charities, Murphy Harpst and various other ministries as the need arises. Many of the members volunteer in different areas of the church.
WHERE Room 250-52, Sanctuary building
BYKOTA is a class of men and women on a journey of faith through relevant and in-depth studies of Biblical topics as well as current events.
Where Room 358, Chapel building
“Christians Under Construction.” This large, active class of singles and couples has a strong commitment to service both within and beyond RUMC. Lessons are taught each Sunday by invited speakers and class members. Together they enjoy small group dinners, retreats, and other gatherings. Their primary outreach organizations include Homestretch transitional housing, Foster Care Support Foundation, Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center and MUST Ministries’ Summer Lunch program.
Where Dining Room, Chapel building
Open View (All Ages)
Do you like discussing what you believe, why you believe it, or are you still wrestling with whether you believe certain things? This class explores all sides of issues facing Christians today using an open mind, diversity of viewpoints, and the Wesleyan Quadrilateral (Scripture, Tradition, Reason, and Experience).
Where Room 139, Dodson building
Noah’s Ark (All Ages)
RUMC’s love and concern for adults with disabilities led to the establishment of this class which has grown from three members to more than 35. Members are encouraged to grow spiritually and develop lasting friendship. Members also participate in worship as acolytes, greeters, and ushers.
Where Room 258, Sanctuary building
Journey (All Ages)
Come develop lasting friendships with this Spirit-led group. Through guest speakers and self-led “kitchen table” style discussions, their goal is to learn how to recognize and apply God’s direction in daily life. This little class with a big heart is active in numerous ministries and missions of the church.
WHERE SERVE Conference room,
Voice Our Faith (All Ages)
Voice Our Faith is an inclusive fellowship where all are invited to participate in a friendly and lively atmosphere. Guest speakers and volunteers lead our discussions of Christianity and social issues from a Christian perspective. We actively seek to serve others within RUMC and the community and endeavor to voice our faith in our daily lives. Many of us sing in the choir and participate in other musical and theatrical outreach groups. Each Sunday begins with food and fellowship and includes a time for cares, concerns and celebrations. We enjoy local outings, dinners and social gatherings. “Food and fellowship” begins at 9:15 to accommodate the choir schedule.
WHERE Room 177, Sanctuary building