The following are a variety of opportunities for adults to build life-giving relationships with God and with each other. Plan to get involved this fall!
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led by Laura and Barry Sykes
Mondays ● 7 p.m. ● Home of Laura and Barry Sykes
This newly formed home-based group of mixed-age adults meets weekly in western Flower Mound for a variety of studies focusing on spiritual disciplines. Current study is Adam Hamilton’s When Christians Get It Wrong. Participants enjoy video-based studies and decide on future studies as a group.
led by Ian Gill
Wednesdays ● 6 p.m. ● Rehearsal Room
This chime choir consists of adults with a wide array of musical backgrounds. The group is open to anyone interested in using their gifts and talents toward presenting musical offerings in worship monthly.
led by Ian Gill
Wednesdays ● 7 p.m. ● Rehearsal Room
The choir leads the congregation in the singing of traditional hymns and sung responses during 8:30 a.m. worship. They also present anthems most Sundays. Both youth and adults of all ages and musical abilities are welcome. If you love to sing God’s praises, come join in.
led by Philip Jones
Sundays ● 9:45 a.m. ● Room 123
This Bible study group looks through the eyes of John Wesley, taking scripture and discussing real-life application of what is read in the Word. The group uses a quarterly Bible study from Cokesbury. The fall series focuses on Covenants with God.
coordinated by Nancy Kenyon
Second Saturday of the Month ● 10 a.m. ● Fellowship Hall
This group of women age 50 and older celebrate and support each other through Christian fellowship, local mission projects and fun. Every January, a new calendar is set and local mission projects are selected. Activities include guest speakers, special luncheons during the year, local mission projects, and visits to places of interest to the group.
Companions in Christ: The Way of Grace
led by Martha Chandler/Dianna King
Sundays beginning September 10 ● 4 p.m. ● Portable 1
This 10-week spiritual journey invites participants to travel with biblical characters who discover God’s grace through their encounters with Jesus. More than a survey of biblical stories, it is a transforming interaction with the events and characters from the Gospel of John. The format introduces a weekly article to read, followed by daily exercises. The group will meet from 4-6 p.m. Sundays to share insights. Book cost is $12.
HeartPaths Spiritual Program
led by Brian Hardesty-Crouch
Mondays beginning September 18 ● 12:30 p.m. ● Portable 4
HeartPaths DFW will begin a new nine-month program at Vista Ridge UMC this fall for those who want to deepen their spiritual direction and spiritual leadership. HeartPaths welcomes those who desire a growing closeness with God in daily life through prayer. VRUMC is one of four DFW locations. For more information or to complete an application, visit heartpathsdfw.com.
Into the Word
led by Jackie Lamb
Sundays ● 9:45 a.m. ● Room 121
This inter-generational class focuses on a book from the Bible and discusses its meaning both within the biblical context and in contemporary life. The group continues the Gospel of Luke this fall. There is no advance preparation, as participants read the scripture together, followed by the asking of questions and listening to each others’ comments and interpretations.
Men’s Softball Team
coordinated by Scott King/Jay Young
Friday evenings beginning September 8 ● Gerault Park Softball Complex
Another season of men’s softball will start in September. The team plays Friday evenings in Flower Mound. For ages 16 and older. Contact Scott King, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com, to participate.
led by Heather Garrison, Stephen Greenwade, Barbara Sepdham
Sundays ● 9:45 a.m ● Wesley Hall South
This group, which formed this summer, continues to meet Sunday mornings to discuss issues for Christian development. Participants enjoy video-based studies that apply Christian scripture to real life. A new study—Half Truths by Adam Hamilton—will begin September 10. The DVD study and discussion time will focus on five popular phrases, including “everything happens for a reason” and other things the Bible doesn’t say.
Sisters in Christ
led by Barbara Sepdham
Wednesdays beginning September 6 ● 9:30 a.m. ● Fellowship Hall
This mid-week women’s group will begin a new study, Nehemiah: A Heart That Can Break by Kelly Minter, on September 6. It includes video sessions and real-life ways to put feet to your faith as it focuses on Nehemiah leaving the comfort of his Persian palace to help those in need. Book cost is $15 or a digital copy is available. Each week, the group wraps up their study with lunch and fellowship at a local restaurant.
To Seek and Save: The Gospel of Luke
led by Steve Gosling
Sundays beginning September 10 ● 4 p.m. ● Portable 4
This nine-week study will give participants a unique opportunity to participate in a class with the author to discuss the book. The first class will start with an introduction, followed by the discussion of three chapters a week for the remaining eight weeks. The group will be seeking what message the Holy Spirit is conveying through Luke in his gospel to us today. Book cost is $15 or a digital copy is available.
Women’s Fellowship Social
coordinated by Nikki Monkman-Lou
Bimonthly ● Times and Locations Vary
The women of the church meet every other month for a social event, which has included crafts, eating out, painting, journaling, cake decorating, tea and chocolate tasting, and bunco. Indicate your interest to receive email notices about future gatherings.
Word of God Bible Study
led by Barbara Sepdham
Fridays ● 8 a.m. ● Market Street
This small group chooses a word from scripture and looks at both Old and New Testament usages. Interested persons can email Barbara Sepdham at firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of the scriptures. The only thing needed is your favorite Bible, as the group loves to hear different translations.
organized by Morgan Hutto
Sundays ● 9:45 a.m. ● Portable 2
This small group has moved its meeting time to Sunday mornings for Bible study. A new study will be selected for the fall. Anyone interested is invited to attend. In addition to Sunday mornings, the group will gather monthly for a social activity.