Wednesday Nights alive!

Dinner FROM 4:45-6:00 p.m. in chitwood hall | classes at 6:00-7:00 P.M. 

Dinner: $7 for adults | $4 for children | $20 family max


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Wednesdays for Kids 

K-8th Grade Choir: 5:45-6:15 p.m. (optional)

K-3rd Grade: Bible study: 6:00-6:15 p.m. ;  CAC: 6:15-6:45 p.m.

Souled Out (4th & 5th Grade): CAC from 6:00-6:30 p.m.; Bible study: 6:30-7:00 p.m.

Wednesdays for Youth

Dinner at 5:30 p.m. and pick up at 7:00 p.m.

Topic: Journey of Transition - For Parents of Pre-teen & Teenage Children

Leaders: Carol and Geoff Plott

Description: Being a parent is the most important job you have. This series is designed to give parents a practical, hands-on approach to help your teen(s) through his or her adolescent years. You’ll be challenged by practical wisdom for parenting—nuggets of Biblical counsel—and encouraged by relevant strategies for applying the principles to your family. Join us for simple, powerful, life-changing lessons for the journey every parent must make.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: Lee Classroom (110)

Topic: Making Sense of the Bible - A Study for Men and Women of All Ages

Leader: Sandy Felkins

Description: Making Sense of the Bible by Adam Hamilton is a study about what the Bible is and is not. We will get a deeper understanding of its creation and wrestle with some thorny passages. Hamilton says he intended this book to be like a conversation with a friend on the back porch with a glass of lemonade. So grab your Bible and a lemonade and journey with us.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: Stabler Conference Room

Topic: The Art of Marriage-Getting to the Heart of God's Design

Leader: Shane and Danielle Turrisi

Description: Every marriage is unique, expressed by the colorful personalities of each spouse and textured by the circumstances at play in their lives. Blending these to make marriage work is a divinely inspired art form - challenging to master but definitely worth the effort.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: 213

Topic: Prayer

Leader: Randy Allen

Description: Our lives are hectic. We seek a time to slow down and commune with God. We know that prayer helps us grow in Christ and shrinks the barriers separating us from the Holy and Divine. Each week we will briefly discuss Biblical principles of prayer and then we will enter into sacred conversations with God, together.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: Sanctuary

Topic: FUMCT Men

Leader: Mike Greene

Description: Welcome to FUMCT MEN! Are you looking for a way to connect with other men at First Church?  Are you looking for a place to immerse yourself in the Bible and discuss scripture with other men? If you are looking for a place of community and service, please plan on checking us out. Men of all ages are welcome.  

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: 204

Topic: Seamless - A Bible Study for Women of All Ages

Leader: Zoe Winston

Description: Seamless

covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. Experience the Bible as one complete story as you gain clarity and confidence in your understanding of


Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: 221

Topic: GriefShare Support Group

*Postponed for Spring semester*

Topic: A Guided Tour Through the New Testament

Leader: Don Crump

Description: Explore the history, culture, and politics of New Testament times and their influence on biblical writers and their writings. Gain new insights about New Testament passages, stories, parables, and other symbolism. Compare your viewpoints with those of other participants in group discussions.  

PowerPoint presentations will be employed to focus topics and discussions.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: Artos (220)

Topic: Singles Together

Leader: Dennis Harkey

Description: Singles Together is an ongoing group of like-minded singles who are looking for community, learning and socialization in a healthy environment. Whether you were never married, divorced or widowed, Singles Together is for you. 

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: Parker Fireside Room

Topic: Effective Parenting in a Defective World

Leader: Lisa Hembree


Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: 222

Topic: In the Beginning: A Therapist and Minister’s Take on Genesis

Leaders: Bob Montgomery and Jesse Tosten

Description: The first book of the Bible, Genesis, is literally packed with life lessons for today. As we explore the first pages of God’s Word, we’ll wrestle with questions such as:

• Is Genesis God’s first science textbook or is God beginning an attempt to tell you something about life?

• Your design or God’s design?

• Contracts or Covenants?

• What about that dang apple?

• Whatever happened to Adam’s rib?

• Is the garden about prohibition or provision?

These along with other teasing topics will surface and you will have your opportunity to listen,

discuss, and develop a framework for living today in light of how it all started in the beginning. 

Length: Oct. 2 – Nov. 20

Room: Chapel

Topic: YouBelong

Leader: Donna Benjamin

Description: WNA has a new small group, "YouBelong." YouBelong is a place for God's people with disabilities to grow together in fellowship and service. For the month of November our focus will be on “Gratitude” and all activities will center on this theme. We will continue working on creating "sensory bags" for our Sunday morning Traditions and Bridge services. We would love for YOU to join us every Wednesday in room 218! For more information please contact Melissa Tuten at

Room: 218

Cultivate WNA Courses

Topic: Esther - It’s Tough Being a Woman by Beth Moore

Leader: Kara Creel

Description: The Old Testament story of Esther is a profile in courage and contains many modern parallels for today's overloaded and stressed woman. Women will learn strong lessons of faith, providence and hope to equip them to live courageously for such a time as this.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: 212

Topic: The Middle Matters by Lisa-Jo Baker In these intimate reflections on midlife

Leader: Julie Salter

Description: In these intimate reflections on midlife, Baker invites us to get a good look at our middles and gives us permission to embrace them—beyond what the media, the mirror, or the magazines say. Through gutsy, beautiful storytelling, she admits what most of us are thinking about marriage, parenting and the bathroom scale. She’s wants to make sure you actually see each day for all its wildly ordinary glory.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: 215


Topic: Women's Prayer Journaling

Leader: Janice Stewart

Description: Keeping a prayer journal helps us connect with God in a consistent, authentic, creative and tangible way. The group will practice talking and listening to God through many journaling formats and methods.

Length: Sept. 11 – Nov. 20

Room: 214


Birth – 1 year olds

5:45 – 7 p.m. Classroom time

2 year olds

5:45 – 6:00 Classroom drop-off in room 103

6:05 – 6:15 Music, instruments & hands-on learning in room 106

6:15 – 6:25 Playground time

6:25 – 7:00 Classroom time & parent pick-up


3 year olds

5:45 – 6:00 Classroom drop-off in room 105

6:00 – 6:15 Playground time

6:15 – 6:30 Music, instruments & hands-on learning in room 106

6:30 – 7:00 Classroom time & parent pick-up

4 year olds

5:45 – 6:00 Classroom drop-off in room 107

6:00 – 6:30 Playground time

6:30 – 6:45 Music, instruments & hands-on learning in room 106

6:45 – 7:00 Classroom time & parent pick-up

We are excited to announce a new program:


First Kids-Amplified! Provides students K-8th grade an opportunity to participate in music and grow their talents through worship. Amplified! will meet every Wednesday night in the Welcome Center (room 206) from 5:45 p.m.-6:15 p.m. At 6:15 p.m. K-5th graders will transition to age specific programming and 6th-8th graders will attend youth group.

5:45 p.m.-6:15 p.m. | Students K-8th grade may participate in First Kids Amplified!

K-3rd grade not participating in Amplified! will meet for devotion and Bible study in Room 210 from 6:00 p.m.-6:15 p.m.

A time of games and activities will follow in the gym and/or playground and students will return to the Welcome Center (room 206) for pick up.

4th-5th graders will meet in the gym from 6:00 p.m.—6:30 p.m. followed by a time of devotion and Bible Study in SouledOut (room 203)

Students who participate this semester will be working towards preparing a Christmas program and may have the opportunity as a group to share music in The Bridge or Traditions throughout the semester (performance details TBA).

*Extended care for classes that stay after 7:00 requires advance sign-up. Please email for more information.

*Please sign your children in to Kidcheck and use the sticker system for pick-up.

*Infant – 5th programs are for parents attending WNA classes.

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