SMALL GROUPS & STUDIES



SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES

The Currents Class

The Currents class meets on Sunday at 9:45 am for coffee followed by the lesson at 10 am. The material currently being used is Cokesbury Adult Bible Studies and the teacher is Aaron Moody. Our back-up teacher is Mary Jackson. The class is open to all ages so come and join us! The Currents Class meets in the classroom at the southwest corner of the Education building, on the main floor, across from the Fellowship Hall and next to the Library.


The St. Andrew Class

The St. Andrew Class was organized in September 1954 and is a group that includes both singles and couples and retired and working individuals. This class is great for those who enjoy fellowship and regular emphasis on important matters through a biblical perspective. The St. Andrew Class regularly supports the Women’s Shelter and most of its members are active in other mission ministries of our congregation. The class has two outside retreats and a Christmas party each year.

The St. Andrew Class meets at 9:45 am Sunday mornings and starts with refreshments, singing, and a devotional time. They meet in Room 318 on the upper floor of the Education Building and follow the Adult Bible Study Series.


Children's Sunday School

Please see our Children's Ministry page for details about our Sunday School class for children.




SMALL GROUP STUDIES


Monday Evening Online Small Group Study

You are invited to grow with us in a 6 week long online small group study on Monday evenings at 7 pm. The study is led by Pastor Jonathan Brown and Deontez Wimbley, and will focus on the book Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman.

To participate online, please join our Zoom: zoom.us/j/746511248

You may also participate by calling in at 646-876-9923 or 669-900-6833, and then enter meeting ID # 746 511 248.


Sunday Morning Small Group Study

You are invited to grow with us in a small group study on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am. The focus of the study is the book John: The Gospel of Light and Life by Adam Hamilton, which looks at the Gospel of John, the most deeply spiritual of the four gospel, with the aim that readers will not only believe in Jesus Christ, but that “they may have life in his name.” The book will be available to purchase from the Church for $15, or it may be ordered from Amazon.com in printed or digital format for $12 or $10, respectively.


Thursday Morning Disciple Bible Study Class

You are invited to grow with us Thursday mornings at 11 am, here at Atlanta First, in our weekly bible study class, “The Challenge of Grace: Lessons from Dietrich Bonhoeffer.”


For more information, please contact Grow@AtlantaFirstumc.org.