Our Adult Small Groups give you the opportunity to participate with and relate to others for learning, mutual support, and connection to the larger church community. Get involved in one of these groups or start a new one!
Contact our Minister of Congregational Care and Discipleship, Jim Perry, for more information.
Adult Small Groups Meeting at 9:30 AM on Sundays:
- Agape - 40+ Singles and Couples - Annex, Room 4
- Covenant - 30+ Singles and Couples - Annex, Room 2
- Fellowship - 50+ Singles and Couples - Room 105
- Friendship - Mature Adults, Singles and Couples - Room 103
Adult Small Groups Meeting at 11:00 AM on Sundays:
- Life in God's Eyes - Young Adults (geared to couples, but all invited) - Annex, Room 4
- New Life - 35+ Singles and Couples - Annex, Room 3
- The New Room - All ages and stages, Room 103
Adult Small Groups Meeting at Other Times:
- Men of God - Men’s Accountability Group
- Mondays at 7:30 PM in the ECUMC Parlor
- Tuesday Morning Bible Study - All Welcome
- Tuesdays at 10:00 AM in Room 105
- The Men’s Club (United Methodist Men) - All Men Welcome
- First Sunday of each month at 8:30 AM in the ECUMC Fellowship Hall
- New Dawn Circle - All Women Welcome
- First Sunday of each month at 8:30 AM in Room 203
- Twilight Circle - All Women Welcome
- Second Monday of each month at 7:00 PM - Check with church office for location.
- Disciple Bible Study
- Disciple Bible Study is an intensive, in-depth study of Scripture with classes that run through the school year. Disciple I is the study of Genesis through Revelation, reading 70% of the Bible in 34 weeks. Anyone who has completed Disciple I is welcome to participate in other levels of Disciple. Watch for sign-ups in July each year.
- Covenant Bible Study
Covenant Bible Study is an in-depth group bible study in which participants read and discuss the Bible together, learning how to love God-and each other- better. Three 8-episode segments each explore a different aspect of covenant life. Each will examine what Covenant means and the progression of a Covenant relationship with God.
- Creating: examines how the Covenant community is created and established
- Living: focuses on how the community lives out their Covenant in faithful love - how it’s applied to actual relationships in everyday life
- Trusting: looks at the crises that sometimes call Covenant life into question, and how we are restored to trust in God when troubling things happen.
Covenant represents a relationship - a living, breathing conversation. And we invite you to join in it.