First Rowlett UMC offers a multitude of Sunday morning learning opportunities for adults. There are classes for adults of all ages, with points of emphasis ranging from traditional Bible study to family-focused classes to a class especially for those who come to church alone on Sunday mornings. Life Groups meet at 8:30am, 9:45am & 11:00 am in various locations throughout the church. See below for a brief description of the various classes offered here. You're sure to find something that's just right for you!
8:30 am Classes
This class for early risers follows the Adult Bible Studies curriculum of the United Methodist Church. This class is led by Rev. Buist Wilson.
The Disciple class studies include traditional Bible curriculum along with contemporary Christian authors. They welcome any age to come and work together to develop an intimacy with God and caring relationships with each other.
Friendships and fellowship are enjoyed through occasional social events, as well as studying God’s Word to discover solutions for the tough issues facing families today.
Ages 65+, Room 182
These older adults have a passion for studying and sharing God’s Word. This class brings warmth and devotion to any activity. They welcome visitors of any age.
9:45 am Classes
This group knows that walking with God means living his promises in everyday life. The curriculum will help you to make God a priority in your life,and to serve your church and community. You have a home in this class!
Footprints is a class for women who whether married or single come to church without a spouse/partner. This class enjoys building relationships, Bible study that carries them into a deeper relationship with Christ, and are also engaged in service projects and missions together.
The Foundation Life Group is comprised largely of people who have children from newborn to Pre-K. They study a wide variety of topics including parenting and healthy marriages. The class is actively involved in service projects and holds social activities once each month.
This class is comprised of couples in their 30’s to mid-50’s. The open discussions center around the Bible and how it relates to contemporary situations. Fellowship and humor are important, and the class has a tremendous support network for those in need.
All adults are welcomed. In this class, they explore a variety of topics from contemporary as well as traditional studies. Materials are selected that lend themselves to group participation, lively discussion, and a healthy compliment of humor. Frequent in-class and outside activities for fellowship and camaraderie is the norm. Please feel free to join the class any Sunday.
These wanderers have found a home with one another sharing Bible-centered lessons and warm fellowship.This class is taught by Rev. Buist Wilson.
The class is interested in learning about the Bible, faith, and the world, while also discovering what it means to be a United Methodist. Most class members have school aged children. They like to get together for parties and other social gatherings.
This class is a lively and welcoming class. They have a casual approach to Bible study, but casual doesn’t mean less interest. They study various Bible-based topics. Come join the supportive fellowship and connect your daily life to God’s Word.
Jahweh Rafah Sunday School
Room 140 B
11:00 am Class
The Next Chapter is just that...we are comprised of active dynamic members approaching and early in the “empty nest” chapter of our lives. We are committed to a focused study of God’s word and how that applies to our daily life decisions. We are focused on the enjoyment of special mission projects, frequent socials, the support of each other as we navigate into this Next Chapter with God’s guidance. God’s Word, Fun, Food and Fellowship is our focus.
The Way is our young adult life group for anyone post-high school. We meet weekly for prayer, Scripture study, topical conversation, and general fellowship. As of right now, we meet at 8:30 pm on Wednesday nights in the lobby of the Lighthouse. If we meet anywhere else, announcements will be made. We post a recap of our sessions along with announcements on our Facebook page, “The Way at First Rowlett UMC,” and you can also follow us on Twitter at @TheWay_Frumc. For more information, contact Rev. Jordan Perkey at firstname.lastname@example.org!