Small Groups

Discovery Groups

Why not join a group this week!

small groups

What a long rich history Kenmore United Methodist Church has in Christian Education for adults. Through Sunday morning offerings and weekday adult classes, there is an array of opportunities for you to choose from. We desire you to seek ways that best fits your needs to grow in the way that leads to life, through Jesus the Christ! If you are not a member of a class, try one. You may go to a class for a short or long term. You may attend different classes. Our prayer for your intentional faith development is:

Dear God, teach us to rely not on our wisdom or understanding but on the truth you have shown us in Christ. Help us to be in Christ a new creation where everything has become new! Amen!

You will note the various classes, persons to contact, and place and time of meeting below. If you need further information, please contact: Deacon Bonnie LeValley at 875-5091.

REFLECTIONS

Adult Sunday School Class

Pilgrim Room (back corner of Family Life Center)

Leader:  Ken Hood

Reflections is a Bible-based study group which uses multi-media programs. All are welcome to join our studies! This Fall we will look at the series called "The Jesus Creed" by Scot McKnight. Discussion will follow the DVD.

“All are welcome in this place!”

11:15 am every Sunday

CROSS ROADS
Adult Sunday School Class

Meets in the Wesley Room across from the church office.

Come join this Adult Sunday School group for fellowship and discovering more about God as we approach cross-roads in our life journey.

We are examining the DVD series by Wallace Warner, "Cold-Case Christianity". This study will follow a detective as he investigates the claims of the Gospels and how to become goo Christian case makers.


Contact: Julia Volle

11:15 am every Sunday

PIECEMAKERS

We will be returning officially on Friday Sept. 6th and looking forward to welcoming everyone who has an interest in working on quilts in any phase. We meet every Friday morning in the Fellowship hall at 9:00 AM.

If you know of someone that might like to be a recipient of a comfort or prayer quilt, please give Cynthia Bell a call.

CRAFTSMEN!

We are up and running once again.  We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back for a new season of men’s Christian fellowship.  We get together most Friday mornings at 9:30 from early September through the end of May.  We meet in the Pilgrim Room, which connects to the Family Life Center in the basement of Kenmore United Methodist Church (KUMC).

If you have skills or would like to learn skills such as chair caning, furniture repair and refinishing, clock, sewing machine and other small appliance repair, please come and join us.  You do not have to be a member of KUMC to join us.

Coffee and Donuts will be available to all who come to help with this Ministry.

If you are not familiar with KUMC, call the church office (875-5091) and tell them when you will be joining us.  One of the Craftsmen will meet you in the office and bring you down to the Pilgrim room and introduce you to our group.

SENIOR FELLOWSHIP
3rd Thursday of the Month
FELLOWSHIP HALL

THURSDAY JANUARY 16
Pot Luck Lunch - please bring a dish to share

"NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS"
Start the new year with friends and fellowship as we share our hopes and dreams for 2020!

CORINTHIANS

Adult Sunday School Class
The Corinthian Class is one of our adult classes with a variety of ages and a love of learning. They would be happy to welcome you to be a part of their fellowship and fun!

Meets in the Parlor

January 5 - "Iv'e read a good book!"

January 12 - "Sing-A-Long with Joanna".

January 19 - "I have A Dream"  - Rev. Beckie Sweet

January 26 - "UMW Sunday". - A panel of 4 Women from KUMC


Our class is very informal and welcoming - if you are interested in additional study and programing, please join us in the parlor at 11:15 ish Sunday mornings.

HORIZONS

Adult Sunday School Class

Fellowship Hall
Leader: Donna Stierheim
11:15 am every Sunday 

This class is made up of singles and couples of many ages.  We have varied interests and enjoy a wide variety of topics each Sunday.  Stop by for some Coffee and Conversation after 1st service ends and then stay for the program.

January 5- Horizons Annual Holiday Brunch!.

January 12 - "Travel To Hawaii"  with Dawn newton

January 19 - "Susan & Tim Schuman" Pastor Beckie will speak about her summer experience at Sky Lake Camp.

January 26 -  "TBA"  What could it be?!

Faith in Film
7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall 

This film and faith discussion is opened to everyone who loves movies and the messages they bring. You might invite a friend to join us for popcorn, beverage and a movie that makes us think or laugh or cry.

Thursday January 16 at 7:00 pm
"The Peanut Butter Falcon" 
Set in North Carolina, Zak is a young man with Down syndrome residing in a nursing home. Inspired by his favorite professional wrestler, The Salt Water Redneck, Zak sets out to train at a wrestling school. To make his dreams come true, Zak breaks out of the facility. Will he realize his dream? Come and see!

"The GOOD BOOK Club"
KUMC  Book Discussion Group

All are invited to join the Good Book Club for some thought provoking discussions on any variety of books.  We meet the 3rd Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM at John  & Donna Percy's home.

Jan. 16: "The Electrifying Fall of Rainbow City" by Margaret Creighton

Feb. 20: "Pachinko" by Min Jin Lee

At times we may need to adjust the meeting place for the discussion group.  Please check the newsletter or the weekly bulletin for any changes.

VAGABONDS

Vagabonds is a group of folks who enjoy traveling with friends to local places of interest, performances, restaurants, and also on overnight trips. Everyone is welcome!

At this time, we are at capacity for the Alaska Land/Cruise Tour, June 9-22, 2020. There are 30 Vagabonds registered for a 6-night escorted land tour followed by a 7-night southbound Sawyer Glacier cruise aboard the Norwegian Jewel.
In early February, plans are “in the works” to visit the Kazoo Factory, Museum, and Boutique in Eden, NY followed by lunch at Riley Street Station in East Aurora, NY and time to do some shopping at Vidler’s 5 & 10, Inc. Stay tuned for more details about this trip.
Please let Sue Meegan know if you would like to be on the email list. Information and registration forms for our up-coming trips can be found on the piano in the church library, or contact Sue Meegan: smeegan7@gmail.com.

 Please contact Sue Meegan with any questions or suggestions. smeegan7@gmail.com. (572-4419)