Adults

  Adults  
SUNDAY MORNING STUDIES
 

Outlanders Sunday School Class
Sundays 9:45 AM | Main Church Building | Triple Classroom 
A combination of Bible study and current events, with personal reflections and insights shared in class discussion.



New Wired Seekers
Sundays 9:45 AM | Main Church Building | Triple Classroom 
The New Wired Seekers Adult Sunday School Class is about spiritual growth. Currently, the class uses The Wired Word as a resource. The Wired Word uses contemporary news events and associated scriptural references to ask interesting questions that motivate class discussion. Because the selected news event is different each week, members can attend when they can without depending on prior lessons. As an outreach, the class packs snack bags for the Recreational Outreach Center (ROC) in Garland, whose mission is caring for teenagers using Christian activities after school. Previously, the class studied the works of Adam Hamilton, such as Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White concerning the role of faith in political contexts, and the book Other Worldviews, Faiths, and Religions, and How They Compare to Christianity from a book by Fritz Ridenour to help elevate our understanding of other faiths.

 

Open Door Bible Study
Sundays 9:45 AM | Main Church Building | Jeanie White Classroom 
Open Door is a Sunday school class open to anyone both member and guest alike. We study the Bible in open discussion. We pray for those in need and take up an offering for them each week. We are a fun and friendly group with social gatherings throughout the year, and we volunteer together in several different areas of the church's work.



Women of the Bible Study
The Women of the Bible series starts May 20th. We invite folks, women and men, to join us for a party during Sunday School on May 13th to celebrate the end of our Disciple Fast Track class and the beginning of the Women of the Bible. Each session of Women of the Bible will be presented by a different volunteer. Are you interested in teaching or learning about a specific Women in the Bible? Then sign up to facilitate! Feel free to select a date, and whatever woman of the Bible you’d like to teach about. Suggested class dates and suggested topics are included below but are flexible. Questions? Contact Kathleen Isreal or Angela Carmichael. Sign up is available on the clipboard located in the Welcome Center or call the main office and we’ll add your name to the list for you.

 


EVENING STUDIES


Nick at Nite
Sundays 6 PM | Main Church Building | Triple Classroom
Join Pastor Nick for "Nick at Nite," a Sunday evening class for adults. Starting July 8th, Nick at Nite will focus on the beliefs and practices of Wesleyan Christianity utilizing material from Bishop Jones' book, "The Wesleyan Way"
No homework or preparation required -- just show up and join the conversation! If you're curious about our sacred scriptures and desire a deeper knowledge of and love for our Savior, then this class is for you. Childcare is available for $10/hr/child during our Sunday evening class.   Reservations for childcare are required by calling the church office, and are due by the previous Thursday at noon. If it becomes necessary to cancel your reservation, please do so before 2 PM on that Sunday.
 



Walk to Emmaus

The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program intended to strengthen the local chruch through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. It begins with a 72-hour experience of God's grace for you in new and unique ways. The three-day Emmaus experience and follow-up groups strengthen and renew Christian people as disciples of Jesus Christ and as active members of the body of Christ in mission to the world. Information specific to the Dallas Emmaus Community can be found here.



The last Walk to Emmaus was a Women’s Walk from June 14-17.  Past and present Members of FUMC Sachse were part of the team for the weekend.  Melodie Melton served as Lay Director with help on the inside team from Marcia Snider and Cindi Donohoe and Mike Donohoe leading the outside team.  


 


 

UNITED METHODIST WOMEN


The United Methodist Women (UMW) is a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.

To be added to our mailing list please email us at umw@sachsefirst.net

Please visit our UMW FaceBook Page or click through for more information, including important dates and upcoming events.

 
UNITED METHODIST MEN


  

Mission: To Help Men Grow In Christ, So Others May Know Christ.