Study

Reveille UMC
Reveille UMC offers many opportunities for you to grow in your faith through study. Our current and upcoming adult classes are listed below. For more information, contact Kelley Lane, Minister of Adult Ministries.

Upcoming Classes

Except where noted, all classes are offered free of charge
and child care is available for ages four and under.

Lenten Bible Study: The Screwtape Letters
Wednesdays, March 8-April 5, 10:00-11:30 am
Sundays, March 5-April 2, 4:30-6:30 pm

First published in 1942, C. S. Lewis’s masterpiece of religious satire The Screwtape Letters continues both to entertain and to inform readers with its ironic and insightful portrayal of human life. Narrated by Screwtape, a highly ranked assistant to “Our Father Below,” readers will both laugh and cry at Lewis’s wit and deadly serious critique of human nature. This class will be led by Rev. Doug Forrester. Register now

Ongoing Classes

Disciple I
Starts September 11
This 34-week 
overview of the entire Bible gives the Old and New Testaments equal time, emphasizing the wholeness of the Bible as a revelation of God. Disciple draws upon the work of scholars, the personal Bible reading and study of the participant, and dynamic group discussion to aid understanding of the Bible. Facilitated by Steve Holdych and John Salmon on Sundays, 4:30-6:30 pm, starting September 11, in room 210.

Women in Spirit Bible Study
The Women of Spirit study titled Old Testament Stories from the Backside, begins Wednesday, January 11, 10:00-11:30 am, in room 210. The study by J. Ellsworth Kalas brings a new perspective and creative retelling to Old Testament stories. 

Preachers & Teachers Bible Study
January 15 - February 26
Join the clergy as they lead weekly Bible studies from Sunday, January 15, through Sunday, February 26. The preachers for the week will lead a study of the scripture passages that will be used in worship the next Wednesday night and Sunday morning. The Sunday study meets, 4:45-6:15 pm, in room 209, and the Wednesday morning study meets, 10:00-11:30 am, in room 209. Each week will be different in format. Come anytime, no registration is required.

United Methodist Beliefs
Sundays, February 12, 19, and March 5

This class discusses the great theological themes that United Methodists share in common with all Christians, as well as the particular accents, and emphases, that characterize United Methodist understandings of Christian doctrines. This class opens the door for further study by challenging the class member to move toward a continuing reflection on their faith. The class is insightful for those beginning their study of United Methodist beliefs or who have long been in the church and want a helpful way to refresh their understandings of the distinctiveness of United Methodist doctrine. 
The study runs Sundays, February 5-19, 4:30 pm, room 206.