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Morning Bible Studies


“Stress Less Group”  Women’s Study

Led by Rev. Lula Dobbs.                                                                                                                                      This women’s support group and class uses a variety of Christian material in order to discover ways to overcome stress and live a joyful life in Christ.

Their new study is “Soul Keeping” by John Ortberg.  Take an exploration of the soul from the perspective of someone who has struggled to understand and care for his own soul. What is the Soul? What are the struggles of the Soul? And What are the needs of the soul?

Meets the 2nd & 4th Mondays at 10:30 a.m.

Class meets at The House at 529 Blount Ave.


“Ephesians”  Pastor’s Morning Bible Study-RETURNS JANUARY 14
Led by Sr. Pastor Ricky Smith

Ephesians deals with topics at the very core of what it means to be a Christian-both in faith and in practice. In this letter Paul offers profound truths about God and Jesus Christ as well as encouragement to mature faith, putting our problems and our entire lives in the context of eternity.

Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m.
Class Meets in Room 202, Main Building/539 Gunter Ave.

Marshall County Caregivers Support Group”                                                                               

Led by Rev. Lula Dobbs.

Are you caring for a loved one diagnosed with Dementia, Alzheimer,

or Parkinson’s Disease? There is hope and strength for your journey.

Every 1st Tuesday of the month

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Meets at the Youth Center, 521 Gunter Ave.
 Women’s Morning Bible Study-RETURNS JANUARY 15
Led by Erin Miles
Ever feel like your prayers are hitting a brick wall? Join us as seek the power of prayer.
Childcare provided in the main building.
Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m.-9:00 a.m. | Nursery Available
Class meets at The House, 529 Blount Ave.
Wednesday Night Studies
PM Classes Return January 15

“Step” Membership Class

Led by Ann Lee

This class is designed with those seeking a church home, new members, and those wishing to teach in mind, but is open to all who want to know more about the core beliefs of United Methodists, the structure of the church, how GFUMC operates, and where you fit in. Divided into five sessions based on the vows we take when we join the church.  Discover what the people called “METHODIST”believe.     


For details contact Ann Lee, Discipleship Director at



Weekend Bible Studies

“Young Adults Ministry”

Are you between the ages of 18 and 35?  If so,  there is a place for you in the Young Adult Ministry at GFUMC.  This unique, weekly group enjoys fellowship and action as they explore a variety of Christ centered topics and offer inspiration, and opportunities for Young Adults to grow in faith and serve together as the hands and feet of Jesus in the world, community, and home.  

Meets Bi-Weekly onSunday Evening at 5:30 p.m. | Nursery and Childcare Available

Class meets at The House, 529 Blount Ave.