Athens Chapelwood United Methodist Church, Athens Georgia UMC Congregation, Clarke County
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Open hearts, Open minds, Open doors The People of The United Methodist Church
Sunday School Classes
Sunday School classes begin at 9:45 AM, and there is something for everyone!
Nursery - Infants to toddlers
The Nursery welcomes babies and toddlers up to two years old, providing a welcoming, cheerful environment that is safe as well as fun. For anxious parents, the nursery staff provides communication coasters for parents to be contacted if needed.
Children's Ministries - Pre-K to fifth grade
Children can use this time to interact with each other and their adult leaders as they study the traditional stories of the Bible, both during the Sunday School hour and as they come together for Children's Church at 11:00 AM.
Youth Ministries - 6th to 12th grades
UMYF (United Methodist Youth Fellowship) meets each Sunday at 5:00 PM in church fellowship hall for Bible study with a snack supper. The UMYF members participate in many activities including mission trips to SIFAT, Youth Sunday, weekly dinners out on the town, October Fall Family Festival, and trips to exciting places, and assisting with Vacation Bible School each summer. Under the guidance of Youth Director Charles Carter and Reverend Steve Haskill,
the youth of the church enjoy a time all their own while learning the ways of the Lord as they apply to the daily walk of growing up in today's world.
The Homick Class (Handicap Access)
The first Sunday School class to form, named for Steven Homick, one of the church's founders and the first teacher of the Adult class. Studies the International Bible Series. Several members of the class enjoy teaching their peers and leading diverse and lively discussions.
The Wesley Class (Handicap Access)
The second Adult Sunday School class formed, named after John Wesley, founder of Methodism. Class members enjoy hymns at the beginning of each class session.
The Lost Sheep class is for those who are interested in studying the Bible and current event issues as they relate to our daily lives.