Classes and Groups
We make a big deal out of groups because, simply put, we are better together! We believe small groups are the perfect place to be real, find belonging, and grow in faith. There is great richness in life when we live it in relationship with one another.
Check out the groups below, email the contact person for more information, and meet some of the amazing people who make up the First United Methodist Church family!  Many of our classes are hybrid if you want to join online or in person!
Adult Sunday School Classes
Living Faith
This class engages Scripture from multiple perspectives, including its historical, literary, and theological contexts, while drawing contemporary meaning for our everyday lives. Includes people of all ages and all walks of life.
Sundays @ 10:05 in E215/225
Contact Dr. James Woods
Single and married adults who seek to reflect Christ by serving others and each other. Classes are interactive and focus on studying the Word, creating community, and sharing life.
Most members are in their 30s to 50s.
Sundays @ 9:00 am in C210
Contact Michael Dorff
This group enjoys both biblically based lectures and interactive discussions. Learn and laugh with this mission-oriented group. Members are in their 50s to 80s.
Sundays @ 9:00 am in the Parlor and on Zoom
Contact Steve & Ann Hubbard at
Interactive discussions on a variety of topics from the Bible, relationships, faith, family, and more. Couples, 30-50 years old, whose children range from elementary through college age.
Sundays @ 10:05 am in Y205 in the Hub (Youth building)
Contact Heather Duncan
The Jubilee class studies Scripture lessons with discussion led by class leaders. New people find a place here alongside long-time members. Most are in their 50s to 80s. 
Sundays @ 9:00 am in E215/225 and on Zoom
Contact Marky at or 
Monty & Chris at
Open Door (formerly Boomers)

Self-guided Bible study group led by class members. Open participation in class discussions is welcome. Study current religious topics, and books of the Bible. Open to everyone. 

Sundays @ 10:05 am in C215
Contact Annette Cantu
This group of active and friendly seniors is focused on growing spiritually through fellowship, prayer, study and discussion. 
Singles and couples 60s to 80s.
Sundays @ 10:05 am in the Parlor and on Zoom
Contact John Faulk
The Bridge
This is a class of young adults, 18-20s. Come as you are to build relationships through mission and service and to bridge through transitions together. Young Adults 18-20s 
Sundays @ 11:10 am E215/E225 and on Zoom
Contact Becky Ghose
A class for 30-50 year-olds experiencing life (a quest!) together, many with elementary aged children. Excited to welcome those wanting to find and build community in a supportive and encouraging environment while reflecting Christ in our communities.
Sundays @ 10:05 am B200
Contact Kristen Pereira
Christlike Mindfulness Class
Promotes biblical and historical Christian practices of contemplative prayer and meditation.
Leader: Andrew Clifford
Sundays, 11:00 am, B205 & Zoom
Groups & Studies
Faith in Action spiritually and practically seeks to bring about positive transformation to the biggest moral challenges of our time with faith-rooted justice work.
Sunday mornings, 9 am, C205 & on Zoom
Day Trippers
Join us for fun and fellowship as we take trips to local events and activities around North Texas! Families, singles, and seniors are all welcome as we attend concerts, sporting events, festivals, and cultural activities.
Men’s Bible Study
This men’s study group encourages interaction, fellowship, and sharing prayers. Guests are welcome.
Fridays @ 7:00 am in the Parlor & on Zoom
Contact John Faulk
Joyful Hearts Bible Study
Explore biblical and topical studies with discussion and a friendly group of women, usually 2 or 3 studies a year.
Tuesday evenings, 6:30-7:30 pm, room E225
Contact Jan Johnson,
Open Hearts Study Group
A group of women living out love of God and neighbor inclusively with questioning and exploring as expressions of serious faithfulness in examining life and faith.
Wednesday mornings, 9:30-11 at the Hub youth building
Contact Patti Churner, or Jerry Givens,
Rose Christian Study Group
Women seeking to grow in their journey with Christ through studies and discussion.
Wednesday mornings, 9:30-11:00, room C205
Contact Carolyn Curfman,
Military and Veterans Prayer Fellowship
This group gives active-duty military, veterans, and their families the opportunity to meet, hear speakers on topics of interest, share stories, and exchange information in prayerful and enjoyable environment.
Second Wednesday of the month, 10am in Dyer Hall
Contact Kim or Marky 
Blessed Journey Group
Blessed Journey (formerly called Last Changes) is a group for all ages of adults devoted to learning and sharing information about aging with grace, living life fully, and dying with hope. They explore “last things” from a practical, legal, medical, psychological, emotional and spiritual perspective.
Second Tuesdays at 1:30 pm
Room E215-225 or via Zoom
Contact Tom Kirwin or call/text (214-293-7344)
Lectio Divina Groups
Lectio divina is an ancient practice of reading, meditiation, and prayer focused on Holy Scripture. It is a powerful way to grow in the spirit and connect with a group for fellowship and support. 
Wednesdays at 11:00 am, Wednesdays at 7:00 pm, and Sundays at 5:00 pm
Contact Andrew Clifford for more information
Women’s Groups
Retreat, Classes, Groups
Transformative Prayer
Worship, Classes, Groups
Care & Support Groups
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