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Adult Sunday School Classes

Make Connections, Find Support and Learn About the Bible

Joining a Sunday school class is a great way to meet new friends, find support and encouragement in your life journey, and to learn more about the Bible. Classes are currently meeting online. For information on how to get plugged into a Sunday School class, please reach out to Joshua Strader.


Newcomers Class - Room AW-237 (Administrative Wing)

The Newcomers Class meets every first and third Sunday of the month and is open to anyone (guest or long-time member) looking to learn more about the church. Each first Sunday the class covers an introduction to the United Methodist denomination, while each third Sunday gives participants an overview of ways to connect, grow and serve at HFUMC.


Renew - Room M-306 (Main Building)

Renew College Ministry meets regularly on Sunday mornings for a discussion-based Bible study touching on current events, college life, and living a life for Christ. Renew students also meet for dinner, go on trips, service projects and celebrate life with one another.

Younger Adults

Elevate - Room M-220 (Main Building)

Elevate is an offering for younger adults (ages 18-30, mostly single) who meet weekly for applicational Bible study of topics related to life, work and play. The group also convenes for special fellowship outings and service projects in the community.

The Gathering - Room M-221 (Main Building)

The Gathering is an offering for young adults (20s-30s; married and single) that meets weekly for topical study on the attributes of God, discipleship and service.

Middle and Mixed Ages

Pathfinders - Room CLC-150 (Christian Life Center)

Pathfinders is a group of growing families (30s-50s; married and some singles), who seek to engage and strengthen Christ-centered community through peer-led Bible study utilizing guest teachers, and relevant Christian DVD studies. This large class is composed of tables to encourage fellowship and conversation. The class members are encouraged to actively "do life together" outside of the Church with mission opportunities, men's and women's events, and a yearly family retreat.

Ben Alexander Class - Room M-207 (Main Building)

The Ben Alexander Class invites anyone seeking to discover God's will for their lives and develop a closer relationship with Christ. This class utilizes discussing and current Christian Books and Bible Study materials to learn and grow.

Faithbuilders - Room M-209 (Main Building) 

Faithbuilders is a Bible-based, peer-led group with lively discussions as a part of the class each Sunday with lots of laughter and humor.

Crossroads - Room M-210 (Main Building) 

In today’s world, it seems like more and more adults are facing situations to which they are not accustomed. Many are finding their lives at a transitional crossroad, whether it is becoming an empty-nester, having adult children getting married or returning home, becoming a grandparent, or having to make health decisions for ourselves or for older, ailing parents; it seems too often we are facing life-changing situations. As such, we need the love and support of Christian friends to help us deal with the challenges of life. We all need each other in times of change and if you do not have the advantage of a supportive group, please come and join us.

Friendship - Room CLC-251 (Christian Life Center)

Friendship class members and guest teachers lead our studies, ranging from relationship-building to the Bible. This class enjoys work projects to help those in need, getting together for a variety of social outings, and each other’s “friendship". 

Genesis - Room AW 231 (Administrative Wing)

Through scripture-based curriculum and discussion that applies to daily life, this diverse group seeks to develop a personal relationship with God. Genesis supports each other with prayers, assistance, and friendship, enjoying social activities and mission projects. 

Good News - Room AW-233 (Administrative Wing)

Good News is composed of couples and singles ranging in age from 40s to 60s. This class enjoys Christian fellowship in class, church involvement, social activities, and multiple mission efforts. Each week you can count on lively, thought-provoking discussions. 

Middle to Senior Ages

Companions - Room CLC-255 (Christian Life Center)

The Companions class is a large class with more than 70 members who makes room for more and welcomes newcomers each week. The Companions class uses various teaching materials including the United Methodist Adult Bible Studies series and encourages open discussion, which leads to lively and thought-provoking sharing.

Followers - Room M-205 (Main Building) 

Followers is a small group of singles and couples in their mid 70s and up. This is a discussion class based on select scriptures. 

Searchers - Room CLC-253 (Christian Life Center)

Through exciting discussions in the study of the Bible, chapter-by-chapter, each class member searches for a deeper understanding of God’s will and its relevance to daily life.

Poe Williams - Room CLC-250 (Christian Life Center)

Poe Williams is an active class of empty nesters (age 60+) with adult children and a growing number of grandchildren. The teachers provide thought-provoking, Bible-based lessons that tie into modern-day living.