The concept of small groups in the Christian church is not a new one. Indeed we see from scripture (Acts 2:42-47) that the early church sustained itself and spread the Word through the activity of small groups. At Mays Chapel United Methodist Church we are returning to the idea of the early church community, a community that met the needs of the individual in a Christ-centric manner, by fostering the growth of small groups. Groups meet at different times and different days of the week to allow for participants’ schedules. Typically comprised of four to ten members, the groups set the length and frequency of meetings while maintaining a basic small group structure. These small groups provide a setting that fosters discipleship growth and strengthens fellowship bonds. A core of small group leaders has been trained and the groups themselves provide the opportunity for leadership development.
Adult Sunday School
Sunday school is not just for kids! There is a class for adults at 9:45 am on Sunday mornings in the Worship Center Music Room.
Our seniors gather the second Wednesday of every month at the church for lunch, discussion, and fellowship.