Contact: Rev. Elaine Wilder
This class is for those in college or college age, whether home for a holiday or in a local school. Those in the early stages of career building also welcome. Members are encouraged to connect to one another and their spiritual path through social functions and mission opportunities.
20s and 30’s
Contact: Rev. Brian Smith, 770-429-7800
This class of couples and singles in their mid-20’s to mid-30’s gathers to study and discuss Scripture and how to live our lives as followers of Christ. In addition to the weekly Sunday morning gathering, the class has many social functions and service opportunities. Join us on Sunday mornings for breakfast, discussion, and fellowship.
30’s and 40’s
Contact: Melynn Cogbill and Lauren Halcik
A wonderfully age-diverse class for couples and singles from their early 30’s to 40’s, many members have children ranging from newborn through elementary school. Our curriculum focuses on how The Bible and God’s plan apply to life situations and challenges. This very social class has many functions to foster and grow friendships, as well as frequent service opportunities for class members to give back. If you are looking for a class where you can grow, be challenged, and have fun, please join us!
Contact: Justin Hart
This active class of married and single young adults participates in group discussion Bible studies, led by two wonderful teachers. In the past they have enjoyed topics such as Revelation, The Will of God, and important people in the life of Jesus. They are involved in various service projects and enjoy regular socials.
40’s and 50’s
Parents of Youth
Contact: Andy or Shery Dishman
This class is designed for parents of elementary, middle and high school age children. We are a discussion-based class, focusing on topics related to parenting, relationships and personal growth.
Contact: Jeff Roginsky
This friendly and energetic group is comprised of couples and singles in their 40’s and 50’s with preteens, teenagers, college-aged children and the occasional toddler. This self-taught class enjoys studying a wide variety of subjects. Most recently, they have studied the Wired Word and the Book of Romans. They are active in the Great American Family Picnic, MUST Ministries, Global Missions and the Christmas Angel project in December.
Contact: Skip or Jeanine Harper, 770-427-4222
This class is made up of 40 to 50-ish couples who desire to bond through Bible and life application studies. We share our personal experiences and support each other and our community through our outreach efforts. Come join us!
50’s and Better
Contact: Tim and Annette Lee
This large class is comprised of couples and singles ages 50 and up. The class studies a Bible-based curriculum with a variety of teachers. They support the Christmas Santa Project, MUST, The Women’s Extension, the mentoring project for Marietta City Schools, and the UMM Golf Tournament. They also raise support for an orphanage in Guatemala and support missionaries in Kenya, Singapore, and Tanzania. This class enjoys several socials throughout the year.
Contact: Tom Harper or Will Gibbs
Faith Builders is a diverse group of working adults and retirees, both single and married. The class uses a discussion format with several class members acting as facilitators. There is a strong focus on studying the Bible and relating it to how we live out our lives as Christian disciples. The class has a strong emphasis on missions and enjoys social events throughout the year.
Contact: Chuck Crozier
This class is comprised of singles and couples in their 50’s and up. The primary teacher is Churck Crozier, with topics that are Bible-related with a prevailing theme of pragmatic Christianity in the 21st century. Members individually and the class as a whole are involved with several ministries within the church.
Contact: Don Smith
This large class is comprised of singles and couples, ages 65 and up. They follow the International Bible Studies, led by different class members each month. The class is active in service projects for MUST, several children’s homes, and other local and global ministries. They enjoy several socials throughout the year.
Contact: Betty Jo Eldridge, 770-427-7823, or Frances Wood
The class utilizes the Adult Bible Studies Series and other selected materials for its discussion-based studies. This small class of singles and couples, ages 60 and up, enjoys many social events. Outreach projects include missionary support in Peru, KSU Wesley Foundation, Iraq soldier ministry, MUST ministries, Mountain Top Remote Area Medical and others.
Contact: Terry Smith
This class is comprised of couples and singles in their 50’s and up with college age and adult children. This class studies topics concerning family and Christian life using various Bible based curriculum. Service projects include regular support for MUST, the Women’s Extension, Murphy Harpst Children’s Home and other local ministries. Members enjoy social outings several times a year as a class!
Contact: Ron Bohlander (770-977-2516)
This large class is comprised of couples and singles ranging from mid-adult to retirees who enjoy periodic small group and class socials and a special annual retreat. The class actively supports local, global, and regional missions. They have provided poinsettias in our church for many years with the proceeds going to mission endeavors. The class has four regular teachers that lead Bible study and in-depth class discussions.
Young at Heart
Contact: Pat Hutto
Young at Heart is made up of singles and couples ages 60 and up. We use the Adult Bible Studies Series and enjoy singing hymns and keeping in touch. The class supports Four Corners Native American Ministry, Kennestone’s First Step Program, Salvation Army, Mountain Top Boys Home, The Boys Club of Cobb County, and MUST Ministries. Seasonal socials are held during the year.
Sisters in Christ
Contact: Susan Tutor, 770-421-9119
Sisters in Christ is for women of any age or marital status who desire to attend a Sunday School class just for women. Sisters’ curriculum is discussion based with everyone encouraged to participate. The contemporary studies tie stories from Old and New Testament scriptures to our choices for living today. Sisters also focus on fellowship and intercessory prayer.