Connect With Others
You were never meant to walk alone, plug into one of our life giving small groups. Connect with people, grow in your faith, and enjoy the care that happens in Christ-centered community. Contact Amanda Dean to learn more.
Sunday 8:30 Class Offerings
Pairs and Spares–Room 203- Worship Center
This adult class has a mix of ages and studies the Bible in an expository method, with participation by class members. Members within the class take ministry seriously and care for the needs of their fellow members. Led by: Steve Wolfe
Sunday 9:30 Class Offerings
Upper Room–Conference Room, Administration Building
This class is made up of both married and single adults of varying ages who enjoy attending the Contemporary Worship Service and want to continue to deepen their faith walk through Bible study and discussion. We also have a strong focus on missions. A high value is placed on class members caring for and praying for each other, as we journey through life together. We would love for you to come join us!
Sisters & Daughters–Room 200-Worship Center
This is an adult class targeted to meet the needs of women. This class offers support, encouragement, and Biblical answers to pressing issues facing women today. Led by: Dixie Terning
Theopolis Class – Room 201-Worship Center
This class meets weekly for Bible study, discussion, prayer and mutual support. Primarily comprised of adults ages 50+ who worship at the 11:00 Contemporary Service.
The Well–Room 206-Worship Center
Comprised primarily of adults (35-50), this class seeks to experience Christian community while helping each other wrestle with what it means to follow Jesus in today’s world. We’re up for lots of laughs, a few tears, and a healthy dose of discussion.
G.I.F.T. (Growing in Faith Together)- Parlor
For single adults ages 35+, the GIFT Class is a place for spiritual growth and connection.
Wesley’s Friends Class – 9:30 a.m. – Room 200, Worship Center Bldg.
OUMC is pleased to offer a new class at 9:30 a.m. for adults with special needs. Led by a team of caring teachers, this class offers opportunities for spiritual growth and friendship through weekly Bible lessons, crafts, music, and games.
The Journey Class – 9:30 a.m. – Room 203, Worship Center
This class is designed for adults ages 30+ with young families.
Acts Throwers Class- room 205 Worship Center
A group comprised of young adults who gather for for Bible study, friendship, and mutual support.
Sunday – 10:30 Class Offerings
Open Door–Conference Room, Administration Building
We are a class of “Empty Nester” adults, led by Ralph Brock, who attend the Traditional Service, then meet for snacks and fellowship prior to our study. We like to use video series studies by people such as Andy Stanley and Larry Osborne. Lively discussions normally follow concerning how the principles presented affect our lives today. We also have used video series to do in-depth studies of specific books of the Bible. As a class, we also enjoy several recreational and fellowship group activities during the year. You are welcome to visit us any time.
Watts Class–Room 204-Worship Center
This is an adult class comprised of mostly empty nesters that explores a variety of topics including Bible study, contemporary issues from a biblical perspective, and living a Christian life in our community and in our own families. This class maintains a close relationship with each other and has several social activities throughout the year. Led by: Brent Wade
J.O.Y. –Room 101 Educational Building
Comprised of adults from our 9:30 worship service, this class studies the Adult Bible Study Series of the United Methodist Church to enlighten and deepen personal faith. Members support each other through life’s difficulties and socialize regularly in member’s homes.
Led by: Bill Woody
The Pipes Class- room #205 in the Worship Center
Join us for Bible study, fellowship and encouragement each Sunday.
The Encouragers Class – room #206 in the Worship Center
Newly formed in 2017, the Encouragers Class creates space for a mixed ages group (including families with children) to engage in discussion about matters of life and faith while seeking to better understand Jesus’ claim on us as disciples. You will find a good mix of open discussion, video teaching, Bible teaching, and sharing life together through the good and bad moments life brings.