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Young Adults


Adult Christian Formation is the lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others, and all creation.  Highlands United Methodist Church provides a diverse series of learning opportunities to help young adults grow in their relationship with God and neighbor, develop a deeper understanding of the Bible and their faith tradition and participate in the life and ministries of the faith community.


Sunday School Classes

EXPLORERS CLASS

Meets in Room E 206

Explorers Class enjoys questioning and discussing scripture and books that challenge participants to grow and live faithful lives.

Contact Matthew Penfield.

NEW CLASS

Meets in Room E210

New Class is open to all adults regardless of age or marital status and welcomes different perspectives from persons at various stages of faith journeys.  

Contact Bill Clark.

RED BERRY CLASS

Meets in Room E204

Red Berry Class is an eclectic group of seniors studying a wide range of religious, historic as well as contemporary topics that impact faith development.  

Contact Bill Satterfield.

UPPER ROOM CLASS

Meets in Room E209

Upper Room Class explores all aspects of Holy Scripture to determine when & why each component was written.  

Contact Bill Hairston III.


Study and Service Opportunities

YOUNG ADULT BIBLE STUDY

The Young Adult Disciple Bible Study meets Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm in the Griffin-Williams room.

Contact George Gaskin.

 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES SERVICE

The Young Adults group serves breakfast for our Community Ministries guests every third Saturday.

Contact Mattie Gaskin.


Programs

Throughout the year, Highlands provides special program series regarding faith development topics. Recently, the Emerging Voices series provided a seven-week Summer Sunday School class for all adults in which TED Talks or similar films were used to foster discussion of different faith perspectives. This series was led by our young adult church members. On Wednesday evenings this Fall, we offered a nine-week speaker series covering diverse faith topics such as faith and healing, Islam, religious extremism, the Iona community, the Taizé movement, and the Quakers.

Young Adults with children may also be interested in opportunities for Families.

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