We have a ministry that will fit everyone in your family. Come and join us!
This six-week study is designed to help disciples discover the power of the five means of grace. John Wesley called these means of grace “instituted,” meaning the spiritual practices Jesus himself participated in and encouraged his followers to do. For Wesley, these spiritual practices are seamlessly integrated with the practice of loving our neighbors well. A life of genuine prayer inevitably leads to a life of hospitality, mercy, and justice. Participants in this study will consider how the five means of grace are the ordinary channels that God uses to draw us into a fruitful relationship. Weekly studies will focus on: Prayer, Searching the Scriptures, the Lord’s Supper, Fasting, and Christian Conferencing. Cost of book: $10
Monday Afternoons, 12:05-1:15 pm. Class began February 22nd, but drop-in participation is welcome week-to-week during Lent. Facilitated by Dr. Darren M. McClellan, outdoor courtyard (Morphy side of building.) This will be the “Grace and Grub Group.” Bring your own brown bag lunch. No registration required—come as you will!
Join Rev. Ontonio Christie for a six-week Music Culture and Theology Class. Start of class has been delayed to THIS Wednesday, March 3rd and will go through March 24th, 6:30-7:30 PM, in room B215 in the Education Building. The five sessions of this study will highlight Lenten themes and explore them in connection with today's culture and music. No books necessary, Bring your Bibles!
No registration required.
Young couples parenting young children or newly married. This week, Basics begins a 6-week
study titled The Armor of God, by Priscilla Shirer, facilitated by John and Meredith Roach.
Parents of children and youth. Foundations continues the study, Faith and Works, diving into the books of Galatians and James, considering what Paul and James said about our salvation. Are we saved by grace through faith alone as Paul wrote to the Galatians or are we required to live a life of good works like James outlines? Are the two books contradictory or complimentary? Facilitated by Kristin Capstraw.
Homecoming Class Wesley Hall
Adults 50+, teaching rotation with primary emphasis on Bible study. In-Person resumes this week with option to connect by Zoom.
Contact Brenda Robinson for more information:
Join Zoom Meeting Time: 9:45 AM
Multi-generational class with in-depth Bible study. Facilitated by Linda Smith. Studying the book of Jonah.
New Beginnings B209
Adults in their 40s, 50s, 60s. Some retired, some with children in school or college, some with grandchildren. Current study facilitated by Phil Webb (Max Lucado book, looking at issues of
Join Zoom Meeting Time: 9:45 AM
Meeting ID: 880 5068 3031 Passcode: 693817
Grace and Peace
Adults of varying ages and stages will find open, honest, thoughtful conversation in a place of radical hospitality. Join Zoom Meeting Time: 9:30 AM
Adults of varying ages, facilitated by Tony Caminiti; in depth Bible study and other topical studies.
Lesson: “The Beatitudes of Jesus” Matthew 5:1-12
Join Zoom Meeting Time: 9:30 AM
Friends in Faith
Retired adults, individuals and couples. Scheduled teachers for upcoming weeks: Ed Colvin, Joe McGilberry and Carol Willis.
Join Zoom Meeting Time: 10:00 AM
Meeting ID: 867 7153 4402 Passcode: 585355
Ages span several decades and singles and couples faithfully participate. In-depth Bible study facilitated by Doug Garner.
Lesson this week from Romans.
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Meeting ID: 881 7148 1169 Passcode: 575645
The United Methodist Women are a link in a chain of a million women that reach around the world. We help support several foreign missions, local community projects as well as other local church needs. There are Circles that meet in the morning, afternoons and evenings. There is a time for everyone. Please come and join us. For more UMW information contact the church office by phone at 251.928.1148 or by email, .
This ministry by and for the men of our church and community is intended to provide an opportunity for the men of Fairhope United Methodist Church to get "tuned-in" to what God has intended for our lives with regards to serving Him through our family, our church and our community. The mission of fm3 is to: equip, enable, and encourage men to hear God's calling to be spiritual leaders in the home, at church and in our community.
This ministry is multi-faceted with emphasis on providing opportunities for men to "get connected" with other men, to provide stimulus and accountability as we all grow in our walk of faith. The men of fm3 host a monthly breakfast with guest speakers generally on the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 am. In addition to the breakfast meetings we encourage our men to join a small group Bible Study or an accountability group. If you would like to get involved contact Jack Burrell by email: .