Small Groups

BIBLE STUDIES
 
 
The Wednesday Evening Bible Study
with Ken Lee will begin their next study on Wednesday, September 22, 2021
 
Mysteries of the Messiah
by Rabbi Jason Sobel
The group will meet each Wednesday at 7pm in the Parlor. 
Join us for a six-week video Bible study and explore the connections between the Old Testament Israelites and Jesus the Messiah.
Please contact the office by phone or email if you plan to attend. 215-357-6998, stjumc@aol.com.

 

 

 

 
"THINKING
ABOUT
GOD"
 
The Zoom Class continues on September 21st after a summer break. Like last year’s format, we will meet online from 10:30-11:45 am each Tuesday to learn about and discuss various topics related to our Christian faith. We have several interesting and informative topics planned. They include:
 
“All in The Family” – a look at what the New Testament tells us about Jesus’ family members
 
“What’s Up with Revelation” – a five week understanding of the Book of Revelation and what it means for us today
 
"Questioning Christianity" - Utilizing a book by Dan Patterson & Rian Roux, we will explore the nature and relevance of the Christian Gospel.
 
If you are interested in being a part of any of these discussion groups, please contact Paul Henry at phenry605@verizon.net
 

 

A new small group Bible Study will be starting on Monday, September 27th 
 
 
 
Coming Together Through God’s Word:
An Interactive Look at Sunday’s Scripture
 
         This small group is open to anyone interested in furthering their understanding of Scripture . We will meet Monday evenings at 7:30 PM in the Library starting September 27th through November 22nd, 2021. Participants are welcome to join any one or all of the meetings without the need to commit to every Monday.
The primary format of this small group will be the interactive part where questions and comments about the Scripture can be openly shared to further the faith development of each member of the group. All are welcome!
 
Please sign up in the narthex at church or contact Denise Clark at dclark.prayer@gmail.com