First united Methodist Church, Opelika, Alabama

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(Reservations should be made by Monday at 10 AM)

Adults have multiple options to choose from.  Each class is six weeks long and will repeat beginning October 3. Click on the titles below to register for the class:

ASK: FAITH QUESTIONS IN A SKEPTICAL AGE
TEACHER: PATRICK HITCHMAN-CRAIG
We live in a skeptical age. Many people express doubts about the Christian faith. This study addresses the hard questions that all of us face when considering faith, religion and the church.

SHE’S GOT ISSUES: SERIOUSLY GOOD NEWS FOR STRESSED-OUT, SECRETLY SCARED, CONTROL FREAKS LIKE US
TEACHER: CHARMOIN TATUM
We’ve all got our issues.  We deal with our issues every day in one form or another; the problem is, after a while, they start to feel…normal.  Unchanging.  Just part of who we are.  We forget that we have access to the power of Christ — a power that can transform our everyday weaknesses into our greatest strengths and gifts.

CREED: WHAT CHRISTIANS BELIEVE AND WHY
TEACHER: REBECCA SANDERSON
How do we discover and examine the truths that give meaning and purpose to life? Some powerful answers are contained in the Apostles’ Creed. This study explores not only what Christians believe, but also why they believe it and why it matters.

MADE FOR A MIRACLE: FROM YOUR ORDINARY TO GOD’S EXTRAORDINARY
TEACHER: LAURA HARTLEY
There are two components to every miracle: divine action and human responsibility. In this study you’ll discover how to take whatever gifts, talents, and abilities you have and direct them toward God’s work in the world.

Youth begin their evening participating in M.A.T.T. (Meals and Teen Tires – a ministry to feed widows and widowers in our community) which starts in the Fellowship Hall before moving upstairs to the 4th Floor.  They then meet in the Education Building on the 4th floor for Bible Studies.

Children gather in the Education Building – 1st floor (Kindergarten and younger) & Condon Hall (1st-6th grades) – where they meet for Children’s Choir at 5:15 p.m. before having the opportunity to memorize scripture, learn Bible lessons, do mission projects, and play games at 6:00 p.m.