Every Wednesday DUMC offers an array of ways to be involved in the life of the church! There is something for everyone in the family: senior adults, parents, singles, kids, and youth! Each of these classes, studies, groups and programming are available Wednesday nights 6:00-7:30pm. These offerings immediately follow community dinner which begins at 5:15pm. For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
6:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY NIGHT STUDIES
TREASURY OF PRAYERS
This class will be an invitation to learn about the wonders of prayer and how to use it in your life. We will learn when to pray and when to listen, to intercede, to give thanks and to keep going in the hard and difficult times.
9 Weeks Facilitator: Imogene Martin Cost: None
THE GOSPEL OF LUKE
Luke begins the third Gospel with these words: “I too decided, since I have examined everything carefully from the start, to write for you, excellent Theophilus (loved of God) an orderly account.” I call on all lovers of God, who want a marvelous journey, to come join this excursion with me and a few friends. You will love it!
9 Weeks Facilitator: Pastor Bill Elwell Cost: None
SERIOUS ANSWERS TO HARD QUESTIONS
by Bishop Kenneth Carder
Life presents us with a lot of hard questions. In this thought-provoking and inspiring course, ten leading theologians address ten issues that are obstacles to faith for many both in and outside of the church.
9 Weeks Facilitator: Suzanne Wright Cost: $5
DOING WHAT’S BEST FOR YOUR SPOUSE AND KIDS WHEN YOU ARE NO LONGER BREATHING - Single and Married Young Millennials
A discussion of estate and trust concepts applying to the younger generation - why you need a will, guardianship of children, personal representative/trustee responsibilities, durable power of attorney, health directives and second marriage matters.
MAKING SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT BAG PACKED WHEN THAT DAY COMES (AND IT IS COMING) - Older Generation
A discussion of estate and trust concepts applying to those in retirement - why you need a will, probate, title to assets, durable power of attorney, health directives and personal representative/trustee responsibilities.
Week 1 Single and Married Millenials (Wills/Trusts)
Week 2 Older Generation (Wills/Trusts)
Week 3 Budgets/Cash Flow
(A discussion on budgets and cash flow concepts. How to develop a budget, ways to stick to it and the worry and financial freedom resulting from it.)
Week 4 Saving for Higher Education
(A discussion of various tax opportunities and cash flow options available to parents preparing for education costs K-12 and college.)
Week 5 Filing your 2018 Federal Tax Return - The 2018 changes you need to know
(A discussion of the 2018 Federal Tax changes and how they will affect your tax returns going forward.)
Weeks 6-9 TBA
Facilitators: (Weeks 1-4) Rucker Taylor, CPA
(Week 5) Earl Blackmon, CPA
(Weeks 6-9) TBA
6:15 P.M. Introduction to Handbells