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The Wesley-Disciple Class
meets each Sunday at 9:30 am in the Church Library (Education Building).  The  Adult Bible Study Series and the Bible are the course materials for the class. The Class is taught by David Brooks and most Class  members are Seniors, although they welcome all new members and visitors to share in their study & fellowship!  Parent's Sunday School Class         

The Parent's class is primarily comprised of parents of elementary, middle & High School aged youth.  The class meets from at 9:45 a.m. - 10:40 a.m. in the Bride's Room in the Sunday School Annex adjacent to the Sanctuary. Pastor Lowe and other parents share in the leadership of the Class. Topics of study & discussion are determined by the class. Recent studies have included series on Basic Discipleship practices, the Psalms, Spiritual Gifts, and World Religions J.O.Y. Sunday School Class   

The J.O.Y.  adult class begins to gather at 9:30 a.m. in the Parlor/Music Room in the Education Building to enjoy fellowship prior to Sunday School. Class lesson & discussion officially starts at 9:45. Recent series have included studies on Spiritual Gifts, Biblical themes, and current issues.

Wednesday Night DISCIPLE Bible Studies 
These groups meet at 7p.m. following our Family Night Dinners (at 6 p.m.) in the Education Building (e.g. Church Library & Parlor/Music Room) for about two Hours. Books of the Bible and the DISCIPLE study manuals are utilized, Disciple I is a 34 week survey of the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation. DISCIPLE II is a 32 week course focusing on Genesis - Exodus and Luke - Acts. 

Women's Bible Study
This group meets for study, fellowship, and prayer on the first Monday of each month at 6 PM. We meet in the homes of various members and each woman brings a snack supper to enjoy before our study begins

Emmaus Reunion Group
Alumni of the "Walk to Emmaus" spiritual retreats meet for encouragement, renewal and accountability. This group meets on a varying schedule. On a larger scale, they are involved in the Heart of Florida Emmaus Community that sponsors men's and women's retreats in the spring and the fall. For more information, click on the Emmaus web site,upperroom.org/emmaus.