216 Wyoming Mill Road - Dover, DE 19904 Sundays: 8:30am (Praise) | 9:45pm (Worship Together!)| 11:00am (Traditional)


Sunday School


Sunday School Classes for ALL AGES from 9:45 to 10:45 every Sunday morning from September 11th through the closing program in early June.

Ages 3 through grade 5 will meet in the Family Life Center from 9:40 to 10:00 for Kids Praise before heading to their individual classrooms. In the Fall quarter, students will be encountering God through the stories of Jesus.

6th grade through high school will have a lesson as part of their MYF (Methodist Youth Fellowship) on Sunday evening.

Please come join us for what should be a year of good times and growing in the Lord.

Adult classes – Come and expand your Bible knowledge, strengthen your faith, and enrich your life! All adults are welcome and encouraged to join one of three adult study and discussion groups (during the school year – Labor Day through Memorial Day):

At 9:45 AM:

Adult Sunday School #1, Classroom 209 (north wing).

The class meets every Sunday morning from September to May   from 9:45 to 10:45 in Rm. 209 next to the north parking lot entrance. Topics vary. Starting a new study on September 11: Jesus. Man, Messiah, or More. This is a 16-part DVD-   based series with Mart De Haan and the Institute for Biblical Research Jesus Study Group. Each DVD presentation will    be followed by in-class discussion. All adults are welcome!  Bring your Bible, your open mind, and your desire to  strengthen your faith during this time of exploration and fellowship.

 

Adult Sunday School #2, South Conference Room 101 (close to front door).

Topics vary. During December the class will be doing the Advent study Not a Silent Night. With the start of the new year the class will be using the Adam Hamilton study John: The Gospel of Light and Love.  All are welcome! .

NEW! At 11:00 AM:

Adult Sunday School, Classroom #223 (north wing). Topics vary. They are currently doing the advent study The Journey. Beginning in January the class will be doing the Adam Hamilton study, Making Sense of the Bible.