Bible Studies & Classes

BIBLE STUDIES & CLASSES

Cumming First United Methodist Church has a wide variety of different Bible Studies and classes that we offer. Check below to see if anything piques your interest.

Virtual Journey to Israel, the Holy lands, Egypt, Greece, Italy, and Turkey

Pastor and Bible teacher, Ray Vander Laan, takes small groups of Christians to the Holy Lands of Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Greece, and Italy to film lessons at the locations where Scripture happened.

Beginning Tuesday, June 1, David and Billie Bowen invite you to join them for a twenty-minute video and a faith lesson based on the Biblical event at one of those locations. 

For more information or to sign up contact:

Billie Bowen – billiebowen@comcast.net or David Bowen – 678-230-3519
 

Young Adult Bible Study

Each week we will discuss different aspects of the bible, have a discussion on how to navigate the world we live in, and of course encourage each one to keep growing in their relationship with the Lord. A place to worship freely and discuss real problems about what is going on in their lives with peers who can perhaps shed some light on things. With that being said I pray that you will consider joining us weekly to be part of this active community. We meet every Monday from 8-9 pm on a Zoom Call provided below.

Ages: 18-25

Questions: Ben Mayfield at (770)887-2900 x219

Women’s Bible Study

A weekly Wednesday bible study for women of all ages led by Trena Lazzara.

This group is currently on summer break but will resume meeting in the fall of 2021. Contact Trena to learn more about this group and to know when they plan to start back.

Why Evil Exists

Meets each Tuesday from 9:30 to 11:00 am led by Rev. Dr. Bob Willner in room 13 in the Sanctuary building.

So why does evil exist in the world? Join a deeply insightful teacher in facing this fascinating, primordial question – a chance to bring your own most discerning thought to a crucial challenge for our world.

Whether we view it in theological, philosophical, or psychological terms, evil remains both a deeply intriguing question and a crucially relevant global issue. Now, Professor Mathewes offers you a richly provocative and revealing encounter with the question of human evil – a dynamic inquiry into Western civilization’s greatest thinking and insight on this critical subject.

With the inspired guidance of these 36 lectures, you’ll engage with how both individual thinkers and larger trends of thought have faced evil, studying the work of major theologians, philosophers, poets, political theorists, novelists, psychologists, and journalists.

For more information and to register contact Bob Willner – willnermr@gmail.com