The Christian faith is grounded in the love and grace of God, experienced through Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit. The Christian life is our response to God’s love and grace. The church calls our response to God Christian discipleship. Discipleship focuses on actively following in the footsteps of Jesus. As Christian disciples, we are not passive spectators but energetic participants in God’s activity in the world.
Adult Sunday School
Germantown United Methodist Church has many opportunities for study and fellowship in our adult Sunday School classes. We have numerous classes ranging in topic and demographic. Please refer to our campus map for class locations. If you would like more information about finding a Sunday School class, contact Mary Groh at 901-754-7216.
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Adult Education News and Events
While worship is central to Germantown United Methodist Church (GUMC), it is only part of the “disciple making” experience of following Christ. Small group studies enhance the worship experience by providing opportunities to learn more about the Bible, discuss current issues, develop close personal friendships, grow in faith and learn how to apply the Christian faith in real life situations.
We have an exciting lineup of Adult Education classes this fall and winter!
Monday Monthly Book Club | 4th Mondays | 10:00 a.m. - Noon
January 27, 2020 | Kim | Rudyard Kipling
No registration is needed, just purchase the book (or check-out from the library) and join us for a spirited discussion!
Disciple Fast Track: Remember Who You Are | Sundays, September 8—May 29, 2020 | 4:30—6:00 p.m. | Rm. 342
Facilitated by Yolanda and Gerald Toney | email@example.com
This adaptation of the original, bestselling Disciple Bible Study is ideal for busy people who want to fit an
in-depth Bible study into their schedule. The study meets for a total of 24 sessions, devoting 12 weeks to the Prophets and 12 weeks to the Letters of Paul. The prophets and Paul are continually calling hearers and readers back to God and to a sense of who they are as people “set apart.” Participants will find common themes, including calls to remember, call to repent, calls for renewal, and calls for community.