ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL

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Charleston Wesley UMC offers four adult Sunday School classes on Sunday mornings from 9:50 AM to 10:30 AM

  • The Friendship Class (Room 106)

    The longest established adult class includes a community of folks who come together each Sunday morning to study and discuss topics/issues seeking answers while integrating the Wesleyan Quadrilateral variables of scripture, tradition, experience, and reason. The Friendship Class enjoys using the Faithlinks publications which feature current events and the United Methodist response.
    In addition to supporting the WUMC Sunday School, the Class is committed to supporting special projects/missions through monthly giving, for example, 3 rd Grade Bibles each fall, Wesley Foundation, youth mission trips, Cunningham Home, Charleston High School Helping Hands, the Charleston Civic Association, EIU International Students, and others. Whether you’re coming to Wesley UMC for the first time, or you’ve been coming for a lifetime, you are welcome in the Friendship Class.


  • Living Word

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  • Parables Class (Parlor)

    If you like lively discussions and good fellowship, Parables is the class for you. Lessons cover many different topics, come from a variety of sources, and teachers consist of both class members and outside experts. Grab your coffee and join us in the Parlor!


  • Voices (Room 108 library)

    The Voices Sunday School Class, is a multigenerational, openminded and informal gathering of people who come together to develop and grow in our Christian walks by exploring what it means to live a Christian life in our world today. We do so by engaging in and actively sharing in weekly class discussions on thought-provoking issues and topics. To this end, we use a variety of sources including books, pamphlets, the FaithLink curriculum, as well as DVD series featuring major theologians or religious historians of our day. Our approach tends to be inclusive and at times nontraditional. If you think this is a class that might interest you, we would love to have you join us in the library (Rm 108) each Sunday! College students are welcome!