Chapel Hill offers a range of adult groups and classes, including intimate Zoe gatherings as well as study classes that meet throughout the week. For more information or to register for a class, contact Abigail Cook, Director of Adult Discipleship, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 626-429-5353.
Chapel Hill’s flagship adult ministry program, Zoe Groups are small adult groups who meet at home or church each week for spiritual formation, discipleship and community. Individual groups generally meet on a weekly basis at various times throughout the week. Winter 2018 sessions begin January 8. Visit our Zoe Groups Page to learn more.
Study Groups and Classes
Sunday adult groups and classes at Chapel Hill are organized around topics of study. They are open to all, so you are welcome to join at any time! The Nursery provides childcare for ages 0-4 on Sunday mornings and Thursday evening classes.
Sundays, 9:30 AM | Room LL-01
Led by Trevor Hinz | email@example.com
Interested in a greater understanding of the Bible? Then join this Adult Sunday class! After completing its current project on January 21, Celebrating the Disciplines by Richard J. Foster, the Seekers welcome guest leader Trevor Hinz for the Dallas Willard podcast, “Living in the Knowledge of Christ and His Kingdom.”
Sundays, 9:30 AM | Upper Room
Rev. Dr. Jerry Vogt is Chapel Hill’s Pastor of Congregational Care. Join him in his ongoing Adult Bible study class. The group is currently making its way through the Book of Acts.
Sundays, 11 AM | Upper Room
Led by Trevor Hinz | firstname.lastname@example.org
Rather than study Willard’s writings, which are often inaccessible to the average congregant, this class uses videos, podcasts and other online media to facilitate study and discussion. Studies will focus on a series of Willard lectures with breaks in between to allow newcomers to join afresh without feeling left behind.
Sundays, 4:00 – 5:15 PM | LL01January 7 – March 18Senior Pastor Rev. Jeff Gannon | email@example.comThe second part of a two-course sequence. Methodism 101 introduces our faith with an overview of our Jewish roots, the origins of Christianity and a survey of church history before moving on to identify what makes Methodist theology unique. Methodism 201 delves more deeply into the M’s of Methodism – the man, the music, the message and the “method of Methodism,” as well as current issues facing the United Methodist Church. Note: while helpful, Methodism 101 is NOT a prerequisite of attending this class. All are welcome!
Mondays, 1:00 PM | LL-01
Facilitated by Rachel Thibideau
Contact: Julie Drews, 733-6850 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Heaven’s Belles is a fellowship of ladies who love the Lord and each other as they grow in faith, praying faithfully with each other through various book studies. Beginning January 8, The Belles will take up The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis. In mid-February, they will study the fourth book in the Sensible Shoes series.Join this ongoing women’s book study!
Wednesdays, 6:30 AM | Upper Room
Facilitated by Jay Robinson
Start your day off right in this ongoing Bible Study with coffee and doughnuts! We study the Scriptures and rotate facilitators every two weeks. We are an eclectic group with various religious backgrounds and ages ranging from 30s to 80s. Therefore, all men are welcome to this ongoing inter-generational Men’s Bible Study/Book Study.
Wednesdays, 9:30–11:00 AM | LL-01
Led by Jen Hinz |email@example.com
Calling all Mothers of Young Children to an adult group made for you! Jen Hinz facilitates this book study. Members take turns leading discussion about the many ups and downs of motherhood during the baby, toddler, and childhood years as they share ideas and support from the book, the Bible, and each other! Nursery available for ages 4 and under.
Living in the Kingdom Now: A Study in St Paul’s Letter to the Romans
Wednesdays, 5 PM | Fellowship Hall
January 10 – May 30
An adult study class on Paul’s “greatest letter” with Fr. Terry J. Hedrick (Ph.D., Durham University, UK. Click here for a detailed course description.
Thursdays, 9:30 AM
Facilitated by Arlene Amis | 316-253-7359 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spiritual Friendship Group is an ongoing women’s book study facilitated by Arlene Amis and group members. Starting on January 11, the group begins studying James Bryan Smith’s The Magnificent Story: Uncovering a Gospel of Beauty, Goodness and Truth. The group meets at Larksfield Place, 7373 E. 29th St. N. We welcome all ladies who are in need of spiritual friendships.
Thursdays, 6:15 – 7:30 PM, LL01
January 11-March 22
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Thursdays, 6:30 to 7:45 PM | LL11
January 11 – March 22
Senior Pastor Rev. Jeff Gannon | email@example.com
The Enneagram is an ancient tool which helps persons become more self-aware of how their personality and spirituality interact and how that impacts those around them. The Enneagram is based on the idea we are each born with a given personality type (1 through 9) and under stress or growth, nuances of our personality emerge. If you would like a method for spiritual, emotional, and relational growth, this class is something you ought to seriously consider. Pastor Jeff has been teaching the Enneagram since the late 80s.
Other Learning Opportunities
First Thursday of the month, 9 AM-4 PM
Regular meetings at 3635 N. Meridian Avenue. Bring a project of your choice. All skill levels and all people are welcome! For more info call Leo Jean Parker at 316-744-2003 or Diane Caton at 620-560-3811. You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about any of the classes listed above, contact Abigail Cook, Director of Adult Discipleship and Spiritual Formation, at email@example.com or 626-429-5353.