Voice Our Faith (All ages)
|An outgrowth of our sanctuary choir (open to everyone) study to be better equipped to give voice to our faith and beliefs, not only through song but through the spoken word and through action.|
Room A177 9:30 a.m.
Women of Faith (All ages)
|Married, single, widowed or divorced women support each other in their quest for spiritual growth with speakers, interactive discussions, Bible study, and prayer. We monthly support a little girl through Heart of Africa, which provides schooling and places to live for orphans. Other outreach ministry is to the Atlanta Women's Day Shelter.|
Room B229 9:30 & 11 a.m.
Open View (All ages)
|We welcome diversity, varieties of opinions and healthy debate as we strive to examine faith issues from all sides. We commit ourselves to create an open-minded, tolerant and accepting atmosphere to facilitate questioning and understanding of different views. And through it all, we have a little fun.|
Room D139 9:30 a.m.
Journey (All Ages)
|We represent all walks of life and all levels of scriptural knowledge. Class format is a combination of self-led "kitchen table" discussions, organized Bible study, and guest speakers. Regular socials and involvement in local missions.|
Room B338 9:30 a.m.
|Meet with other parents of young children in order to support one another and grow your own faith as you strive to pass your faith on to your kids.|
Room A179 11 a.m.
|Between the kids, work, and the house, being the typical American family can be exhausting. There is always something going on but everyone needs a break. Join us as we take time from the regular hustle and bustle to develop a friendship with Christ through study and fellowship. |
Room A177 11 a.m.
Nurturing, fun-loving class of parents with children ranging from nursery to high school age. Lively discussions accompany weekly lessons, taught by class members or guest speakers. Members are very active in a variety of RUMC ministries, especially missions, children’s/youth programs and lay leadership. Fellowship opportunities are plentiful: men’s and women’s socials, family outings, annual family camping trip, men’s and women’s annual retreats, annual couple’s retreat.
Room B123-125 11 a.m.
New Horizons (30s-40s)
A strong focus on social activities, friendship, and intra-class support. We have many couple-centered functions (small group dinners, retreats); both men's and women's events; and plenty of activities involving our children. Strong supporter of missions programs.
|Come discover your church family! Class provides a diverse range of short study opportunities. Members also participate in local service projects, host fun social events, and enjoy annual family camping retreats.|
Room A251 11 a.m.
Questions of the Faith (QOTF) (40s-60s)
Questions of the Faith (QOTF) (40s-60s)
Good News offers spiritual growth and Christian fellowship in an environment that is easygoing and open. This lively class studies a variety of topics, ranging from the history and archeology of the Bible and the early church to what the Bible can tell us about the issues and problems we all face in our lives today. We are blessed with a large number gifted teachers in our class who often take turns preparing and leading the lesson.
|Active class focusing on topical programs with a biblical basis. Social activities include small and large group events. Class includes parents of college-age and post-college young adults.|
Room E206 (Scout Hut) 9:30 during odd months & 11 a.m. during even months
|"Be Ye Kind One to Another." This class is studying the Bible through the Disciple III series beginning at 8:30 a.m. through May 2013. The class is active in local and foreign missions. Social activities include dinner get-togethers, theater outings and an annual retreat.|
Room B123 Now studying Disciple III; starts at 8:30 a.m.
A spirited and caring group of praying Christians dedicated to active discussions of Christian issues and close fellowship through monthly socials and other activities. Sponsors and strong supporters of the RUMC's Noah's Ark Class, EnAble (formerly Resources and Residential Alternatives, RRA), North Fulton Child Development Association, and other service projects for area charities and individual families in need.
Room B131 9:30 a.m.
CUC "Christians Under Construction" (50s-70s)
|Large active class with a strong commitment to service both within and beyond RUMC. Lessons taught each Sunday by invited speakers. Activities include small group dinners, annual retreat, end-of-summer picnic, and others. Primary outreach is to Homestretch transitional housing projects.|
Room B225-227 Dining Room 9:15 a.m.
|Focus on Christian fellowship and mutual support of members. Explore the Scriptures in detail to help us learn the the relevance of the Bible in our lives. Monthly social activities; outreach programs. Bring your Bible and expect to use it.|
Room A257 9:30 a.m.
|A large class with an interest in exploring Scripture and its application to our lives today, and a strong emphasis on being a caring community in service to its members.|
Room A250-252 9:30 a.m.
Classes Especially For Singles:
Single Together (50+)
Revived class of mostly single adults gathered for learning and fellowship. Begins April 14. This is a welcoming, self-taught discussion group focusing on the practical applications of Scripture in our daily lives.
Room B338 11 a.m.
Single Friends of Faith (50+)
A class of active, single adults who want to enhance their spiritual and personal growth through fellowship, study, and missions. The class welcomes all singles in the community, whether widowed, divorced, or never married.
Room B234-236 9:30 a.m.
For more information on any of the above classes, drop in and visit on Sundays at 9:30 or 11 a.m., or contact Rev.Julie Wright, Minister of Adult Discipleship, 770.261.1732.
Links to Additional Information
Recommended Teachers & Lessons 2012-2013
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