Schertz United Methodist Church offers Sunday School classes for all ages.
Children’s classes are offered for children ages 3 years through 6th grade. Children are led in building a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through faith formation. Our curriculum is intuitive and innovative and is designed to activate faith in your children.
Youth classes are designed for 7th through 12 grade and is for teenagers eager to grow in their knowledge of and relationship with God.
Adult Classes come in all shapes and forms. Each adult Sunday School class is different; a description is below. Nursery care is also available for small children that are not old enough to attend Sunday School.
Mary & Joseph Class – Led by Billy Timberlake, this class meets in room #208. Activities include Bible study, witnessing, and support of the church through presence, prayers, gifts, and service. If you want to study God’s word, share the gift of laughter, and experience the warmth of friendship, try the Mary & Joseph class!
The Searchers – Led by George Ricks, this class meets in room #209. Currently, the class is studying Adam Hamilton’s Making Sense of the Bible. A description of the book is here. The class has special Advent and Lent studies. Activities include Bible study and the study of God’s word to be used in our daily lives. Whether you’re single or married you are invited to The Searchers.
Serendipity – Led by Phyllis Spitzmesser, this class meets in room #207. This multi-generational curriculum is Bible-based intense study with a supplement based on the specific book of the Bible studied. Special Advent and Lent studies are also conducted.
Pursuing the Path – Led by Eilene Wollslager, this class meets in room #202 at 10:15 AM. A class for all ages, they study the Bible using the Serendipity Study Bible.
GPS: Grow, Pray, Study – Led by Mike Vlk, this class meets in room #211-214 at 10:15 am. Join us as we explore biblical messages and learn we can apply them in our own lives. Our class is a mix of young and old, couples and singles, so you’ll fit right in. The curriculum is eclectic–from traditional Bible study, to a focus on contemporary, pragmatic faith application.