Our remaining dates for meals are April 20, 27th and May 4th. Planned programming for children, youth, and adults of all ages can be seen below. Offerings include Bible studies, book discussions, classes, and more.
Registration for meals is required! Youth and children under the age of 18 eat free, 18 and above pay $10. Registration will be available online or by calling the church office! Registration for childcare is required!
- 5:15-5:55 | Dinner – PHUMC Gym (All ages) – Registration Required
- Children under 18 eat for free (covered by the church)
- This is a “family meal”, parents are asked to eat with their children (5th grade & under)
- 5:55-6:00 | Transition Time – Everyone find their class of choice
- 6:00-6:45 | Adult classes & Bible Study
- 6:00-7:00 | phMIDyouth, Childcare
WHEN: Wednesdays from 6:00-6:45PM, ending May 4th.
WHAT: In Dr. Robbins’ latest Bible study, he’s going to walk us through the Gospel of Luke, verse by verse! Watch on Facebook & YouTube or you can attend in person in Wesley Hall!
WHEN: This class has concluded. But if you are interested in attending in the Fall, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHERE: In-person (Parlor)
WHAT: Ever wondered how the Bible came to be? Ever been confused about how The Trinity works? Ever gotten questions from friends in other denominations about why United Methodists baptize babies or have women pastors? This 4-week course is a Confirmation Class for Adults that will explore some basic doctrines of the United Methodist Church and allow an opportunity for asking all those questions you’ve had about “What We Believe.”
WHERE: In-person (C135 – Across from the kitchen)
WHAT: Do you know the real story behind the New Testament? God’s story of interaction with humanity often astounds and surprises us, especially when it comes to Jesus. Join Rev. Clark in exploring The New Testament You Never Knew by well-known Bible scholars N.T. Wright and Michael F. Bird in the explosive story behind the story of the New Testament.
WHEN: 6:00-6:45PM through April 6th.
WHERE: In-person (Mirror Room)
WHAT: Do you ever wonder “How can my faith make a difference in the way I care for and relate to people?” Join Dr. Hampton in exploring the answer through Christian Caregiving – A Way of Life by Kenneth C. Haugk. You can discover how Christian caregiving can become a way of life for you.
FOR YOUTH AND CHILDREN
SR. HIGH BIBLE STUDY
WHEN: Wednesdays from 7:00-8:15PM
WHERE: Youth Lounge
WHO: Youth, 9th-12th grade
WHAT: Bible Toolbox is a study built on Bible basics to help any student dig deeper, or get started reading and interpreting the Bible for their own faith.
Asking big questions, and getting the tools you need to see our Holy text in a brand new way!
Questions? Contact Ellen Rowland, email@example.com
WHERE: Youth Lounge
WHO: Youth, 6th-8th grade
WHAT: phMIDyouth, a youth group for 6th-8th graders and their friends, meets Wednesday evenings from 5:30 -7:00. Your youth can grab a dinner in the gym and then come to the youth lounge! We have games, small group discussions and devotionals led by our phMIDyouth Leadership Team!
Questions? Contact Rod Hocott, firstname.lastname@example.org
• All age care (Room D267)
WHO: Children, infant-5th Grade who’s parents are attending a Wednesday evening class.
WHAT: We invite your children to come join us on Wednesdays for fun and community building activities.
Registration Required: We invite your children to come join.