Adult Sunday School & Small Groups

 

Below are listings of our Sunday School classes and other small groups for adults. We encourage you to find the class and/or groups that best meet your needs. Please, take all the time you need to visit as many gatherings as possible, and reach out to the leaders of each group to find where you will feel most comfortable. We want you to be plugged in at Parkway Hills United Methodist Church to encourage your personal growth, as well as our church family growth!

 

All classes meet at 9:45 AM Sundays in the rooms listed below. Click here to download a map of the church, if needed.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES

 

Bridges

Meets: Room 203/204, Worship Center

Contact: Shelley Powers

The Bridges class focuses on discussion-based lessons that bring the teachings of the Bible into present-day living. Using studies that have ranged from fictional works by C.S. Lewis to video series by Adam Hamilton, each lesson is broken down for class comment and feedback. Class attendees range in age from 30-something to 50-something, but all are certainly welcome!


Discovery

Meets: Room 108, Education Building

Contact: Charles Guess

The Discovery class looks at how we should live our lives. Ranging in age from 30s to 70s, members of this class enjoy sharing their blended experiences and supporting each other as they seek to apply lessons to daily living.


Fellowship

Meets: Room 202, Education Building

Contact: Wayne Johnson

The Fellowship class focuses on studying the Bible from beginning to end, one book at a time. They share prayer requests and pray for each other. Often, members work together on church and mission projects, as well as enjoy getting together for class parties at the homes of members.


Grace class materials are selected based on interest, usually a book or a video series. Focus of each study is to seek to understand God’s role in our world, our place in the world, and our responsibilities to God and others. An open-discussion forum is how the class is structured, providing a safe place to ask any questions. Grace class strives to support members in their faith journey, no matter where on that journey each member might be. All are welcome.

Grace

Meets: Room 203, Education Building

Contact: Cindy White


The Open Doors class can best be described as multi-generational, as its youngest member is in her 20s and its oldest member is in his 90s! This is a discussion-based class using the Adult Bible Study series.

Open Doors

Meets: Room 201, Education Building

Contact: Brandon and Laurie Jones


Pathfinders is a multi-generational class with members ranging in age from late 30s up. The program of study is selected via class input with topics typically rotating between studies of books of the Bible and a current book or subject. The discussion-type atmosphere aspires to further each member's knowledge of Bible content and find practical application of that knowledge. While everyone is welcome, class members are mostly married couples, with some single, divorced, and widowed members.

Pathfinders

Meets: Parlor, Education Building

Contact: Terri Cribb

 

Groups meet on their own schedules and at various locations.

ADULT SMALL GROUPS

 

Parkway Hills' senior members make up this lively group. From educational trips to college campuses to dining together, this group focuses on the fellowship and camaraderie of its members. Most members are above the age of 50, but all are welcome.

Beacons

Contact: Rebecca Olack

 


Men of all ages are welcome to join this group every Thursday morning at 7:15 AM to take part in great discussion, strong fellowship, and biblical accountability.

Men's Group

Meet: CC's Coffee House, Ridgeland

Time: Thursdays, 7:15 a.m.

Contact: Brandon and Laurie Jones


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Quilters

Meet: The Garden, Education Building

Time: Mondays, 9 a.m.

Contact: Rita Warnock


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Yarners

Meet: Location e-mailed before meeting

Time: Second Saturday, Every other month

Contact: Shelley Powers