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Adult Sunday School classes

The United Methodist Church places great value on adult education. We believe that through continuous learning, we can deepen our faith and strengthen our spiritual connection. Sunday morning study groups, such as those listed here, offer an opportunity to develop a sense of Christian community in a smaller setting. We encourage you to join one of these engaging and informative classes to experience the benefits of adult education for yourself!

Christian Fellowship Class

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A202 – All ages

Contact Alice Wiley at or (512) 891-9086 for more information.

If you often find yourself running late, then the CFC class may be just right for you! This group is laid-back and interactive, and they love to study through discussions and social settings. They also participate in various projects, such as Operation Christmas Child, IHN, and Habitat for Humanity, both within the church and in the wider community. Feel free to drop in at any time, and they will gladly find you a seat!

Family Faith

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A201 – Ages: 30’s and 40’s

Contact Family Faith for more information.


The Family Faith class is a group that combines study, fellowship, service, and enjoyment. Members include individuals who are married, single, and divorced, and most of them are in their 30s and 40s, with children ranging from infants to high school age. The group aims to develop and learn together by discussing topics of spiritual and social significance and applying these insights to the challenges of daily life. Family Faith meets on Sunday mornings at the Adult Education Building.

Friends in Faith

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A205 – All ages

Contact Diana Nelson for more information.

Friends in Faith is a group that focuses on fostering fellowship through a lighthearted study environment, which encourages members to connect with each other in their Christian journeys. Members volunteer to lead discussions during sessions. The group is involved in various service projects, including supporting Operation Christmas Child and Habitat for Humanity. Friends in Faith meets on Sunday mornings at the Adult Education Building.

Friendship Bible

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A206 – Ages: Mostly 55+

Contact Chuck Feuerbacher at or

512-923-8254 for more information.

This interactive class is led by a teacher who guides the members in studying the Bible, chapter by chapter. The class members value friendship, and the Methodist tradition emphasizes studying the Bible and its practical application in our daily lives. If you don't have a Bible, don't worry, as the class has plenty to share.

Open Door

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A203 – All ages


Contact Jim Halbrook at for more information.


The Open Door class is a comprehensive study group that welcomes everyone, regardless of where they are in their faith journey. Members of the group participate in various missions within the church and volunteer their time to support those who are most in need. They value fellowship and have established their own social committee to promote it. Whether you are just starting your journey or have been on it for a while, the Open Door class is open to all.


Adult Education Bldg. – Room A101-102 – Ages: 55+

Contact Susan Coffman at or (512) 288-6923 for more information.


The Regenerates class is a group that focuses on discussions. Members choose a book or topic, and each Sunday, they take turns leading the discussion. The class is actively involved in church ministries such as the Interfaith Hospitality Network, providing lunches for Habitat for Humanity crews, and supporting Casa Marianella and other missions.

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