Adult education is an important part of the tradition of the United Methodist Church. We believe that through education we can continue to grow and strengthen our faith. Sunday morning study opportunities like those listed here also help participants develop a sense of Christian community in smaller groups. We hope that you will try one of these engaging and informative class opportunities!

Adult Sunday School Classes

Classes meeting at 9:45 a.m.

CFC (Christian Fellowship Class)

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A202 – All ages
Do you have a tendency to run late? If so, the CFC is the class for you! It’s a relaxed, interactive group that enjoys studies through discussions and social settings. They are involved in projects both at the church and in the community; such as Operation Christmas Child, IHN, and Habitat for Humanity. Come on in anytime, and they will find a chair for you! 

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

Family Faith

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A201 – Ages: 30’s and 40’s
Family Faith is a class of study, fellowship, service and fun that includes members that are married, single, and divorced. Most of us are in our 30’s and 40’s with children ranging from infants to high school age. We seek to grow together as we discuss topics of spiritual and social importance and strive to apply what we learn to the challenges of daily life. Family Faith meets Sundays mornings in the Adult Education Building.

Contact Family Faith

Friends in Faith

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A205 – Ages: All ages
This group enjoys light study and lots of fellowship in a fun atmosphere designed to bring members together in their daily Christian walks. Class members volunteer to guide class discussion. The class supports Operation Christmas Child and Habitat for Humanity as service projects. Friends in Faith meets Sundays mornings in the Adult Education Building.

Contact Paul & Diana Nelson.

Friendship Bible

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A203 – Ages: Mostly 55+
A teacher led interactive class that studies the Bible chapter by chapter. “Friendship” describes the class members; “study the Bible” and its application to our daily lives describes the Methodist tradition. Don’t have a Bible? Don’t worry, we have lots of them.

Contact: Chuck Feuerbacher at or 512-923-8254

Open Door

Adult Education Bldg. – Room A206 – Ages: All ages
This in-depth class is open to all – from those starting their faith journey to those that have been on their faith journey for a while. Open Door members enjoy being involved in missions within the church and volunteering their time for the last and the least. They enjoy fellowship with each other and have their own social committee.

Contact Jim Halbrook at


Adult Education Bldg. – Room A101-102 – Ages: 55+
The Regenerates are a discussion group. The class chooses a book/topic and members take turns leading each Sunday. This class is also involved in church ministries: the Interfaith Hospitality Network, providing lunches for Habitat for Humanity crews, Casa Marianella and other support missions.

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

Coffee Cafe

Coffee Bar in front of Fellowship Hall – Ages: all

Come join this relaxed group aiming to help people connect with each other and grow in their faith through deeper discussion. This group usually focuses on the scripture or sermon topic for that Sunday. 

Contact Pastor Stephen Sanders at