Adult Ministries/Classes

FUMC Coweta has multiple opportunities for people to connect with one another and develop relationships while learning about God's Word and the Christian life.

Adult Sunday School:

The adult class meet each Sunday at 9:45 a.m. for study and fellowship.

  • The Get Real Class is led by Charli Eddy.  The class meets in the Cross Room, and study various topics, including current books and relevant discussion.   This class is a multi-age group of both married and single people.
  • Kelly Coday is facilitating a class watching and discussing the NOOMA videos created by Rob Bell.  The class meets in one of the FLC classrooms at 9:45 each Sunday.  Each class is a stand alone session son you don't have to be there each week.

 

 

 

       

 
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Upcoming Events
MAY

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SUN
Sunday School
9:45 AM
Adult Class
Children's Sunday School
9:45 AM
Children's Class
Worship Service
10:45 AM
Come worship with us.
Join us on Facebook Live.
MAY

17

MON
WOW (Women of the Word)
6:30 PM
WOW (Women of the Word)
Fellowship of Narcotic Anonymous (NA)
7:00 PM
The purpose of any service structure or committee in Narcotics Anonymous is to help the suffering addict gain recovery though the Fellowship of Narcotic Anonymous (NA). This is what Eastern Area Service Committee of the Oklahoma Region is all about. There are no ruling bodies in NA – only trusted servants and the committees on which they serve. The EASC is directly responsible to those it serves – The Eastern Area of the OK Region; which is one of four area service committees in the OK Region. The EASC is ever mindful of the spiritual principles expressed in the Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of NA.
MAY

19

WED
Bible Study
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Study of Jonah.
Books are available at the church.
MAY

20

THU
Loops of Love
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
See Alison for Details
Fellowship of Narcotic Anonymous (NA)
7:00 PM
The purpose of any service structure or committee in Narcotics Anonymous is to help the suffering addict gain recovery though the Fellowship of Narcotic Anonymous (NA). This is what Eastern Area Service Committee of the Oklahoma Region is all about. There are no ruling bodies in NA – only trusted servants and the committees on which they serve. The EASC is directly responsible to those it serves – The Eastern Area of the OK Region; which is one of four area service committees in the OK Region. The EASC is ever mindful of the spiritual principles expressed in the Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of NA.