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8:30 a.m. | 9:45 a.m. | 11 a.m. | Sanctuary

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Genesis Service | 6 p.m. | Fellowship Hall

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Class fees cover all books and study materials and can be paid online with a credit card.

Registration forms are also available at the Connect Desk. Completed forms along with payment (cash or check) for any books ordered should be returned to the Connect Desk. Contact Rev. Donna McKee, dmckee@fumchurst.org or Sherry Herrington, sherrington@fumchurst.org with any questions.


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Starting Point

Whether a person is new to the Christian faith, new to this church, new to United Methodism, or just new to asking questions about their faith, Starting Point offers orientation to and first steps toward a life of discipleship.

Monthly one-time gatherings: On the first Sunday of every month, clergy/staff and laity will give an overview of discipleship and answer questions about the ministries of the church. Drop-ins are welcome.

A series of three-week courses:

January: Spiritual Gifts - Three week series focused on learning about and identifying your own spiritual gifts (Jan 12, 19, 26). Rev. Holly Dittrich, Facilitator The courses are offered on a rotating basis and can be taken in any order. Anyone and everyone is welcome to start here!
Questions? Contact sgarza@fumchurst.org.
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September & March: This Is Us - Three week series focused on our church’s understanding of discipleship as “connection”. 
Class is offered in March and September.

March 8, 15 & 22, 9:45 a.m. | Wesley 124
For more information, email Sarah Garza, sgarza@fumchurst.org

November: UMC, A to Z - Three week series focused on the vocabulary, theology, and practices that are unique to United Methodism. Rev. Beth Stuyck, Facilitator
Registration will be available as soon as new dates are announced.


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Entering the Passions of Jesus: A Beginner's Guide to Holy Week

Sundays, 9:45 a.m. | 6-weeks beginning March 1 | Wesley 124
Chris Kuykendall, Facilitator | Class Fee: $10

In this study, biblical scholar Amy-Jill Levine explores the biblical texts surrounding the Passion story. She shows us how thetext raises questions for the reader, and how we all face risk in our Christian experience. The book is sure to provide a rich and challenging learning experience during the Lenten season.

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Pauses for Lent: 40 Words for 40 Days

Wednesdays, 10 a.m. | 6-weeks beginning March 4 | Wesley 103
Rev. Donna McKee, Facilitator | Class Fee: $9

Lent is a time of personal reflection, but it is not necessarily a private time. This season, using Trevor Hudson's devotional guide, we will pause each day, focus on a word, read a scripture and a brief meditation related to the word, and then offer a prayer. Then, we will come together on Wednesday mornings to share our thoughts and insights we have gleaned from each daily experience. Pausing in this way will help us carve out time for God and refresh our spirits even in the midst of a busy life.

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Writing Your Life

1st and 3rd Monday of each month | 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Keller Library on Johnson Street | Class Fee: $16

This class invites older adults to learn how to write and autobiography, in order to leave their legacy to their children and grandchildren. Come anytime, no registration necessary. For more information, contact Pat McDaniel at patmcdaniel38@sbcglobal.net.


Spanish Classes

Tuesday Evenings through May 5 | Wesley 124
Post-beginner: 6-6:55 p.m.; Advanced: 7-8:30 p.m.

Post-beginner is taught in English. Advanced class is conducted in Spanish. All classes include conversation, grammar, punctuation and culture. Contact Beth Dorcas at elizabeto@grupoj.org.


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