"Get Plugged In" Activities Sunday At Christ United Methodist Church

Thursday, August 8, 2013

"Get Plugged In" will be held Sunday, at Christ United Methodist Church, 8645 East Brainerd Rd. Christ Church has over 100 small groups in which you may become involved. From Bible study to Ball Room dance, Youth to JOY (Just Older Youth), we have a place where you can share and explore your gifts and talents. Exhibits will be spread throughout both atria and the connector. You will be able to meet leaders, talk with participants and even try some of the activities that will be offered this fall.

It’s a great time to Get Plugged In! Throughout the main building you will find interactive displays for Adults, Children, Fellowship, Missions, Music, Senior Adults, Service, Young Adults and Youth .We hope you will use this opportunity to sign-up for one of our new or ongoing classes for adults. At the Adult booth see the diverse list of options for Sunday morning classes at 8:30 and 10, as well as Disciple and Wednesday night classes.

The Wednesday night schedule resumes Aug. 21 and will include the following adult options from 67 p.m.:

Mark’s Malakey - Senior Pastor Mark Flynn will lead a biblical study in the sanctuary. Parents of Adult Children - Dr. Cathy Turner will lead Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children in Room M-5. Maybery Bible Study - Regennia Martin will lead a discussion group using the video-based biblical study of the Andy of Mayberry TV series in Room. M-2. Open Door Singles, Two Wednesday night singles groups - Fusion 30s & 40s, led by Valerie Long in room M-4 and Open Door 50s & 60s, led by Sherry McCormick in room M-3.



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