Wednesday night time change & kids’ meal option
Dinner: 5-6 p.m.
Classes: 6:10-7:10 p.m.
School of the Rock pick-up: 7-7:15 p.m.
A free kids’ meal will be offered on Wednesday nights. Pizza will be available every week so kids can eat with their parents.
A number of parents indicated it was a late night picking up their kids up at 7:30 p.m. from School of the Rock. We are moving the pick-up time to 7-7:15 p.m. Shane’s study will start about 6:10 p.m. and finish by 7:10 p.m. at the latest.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNER
5-6 p.m. | No reservations needed
Take away the stress of cooking and join us for a delicious dinner and time of fellowship before classes begin.
kids' meal (pizza): free
Children 3 & under eat free off of parent’s plate
Age 4-10: $5 (same meat & vegetables as adult menu)
Age 11+ & adults: $6 for salad bar with manager’s choice of baked potato or soup or $7 for adult meal including a meat, two vegetables, small salad, dessert & drink
September 26 menu:
million dollar spaghetti, green beans, sautéed corn & onions
salad bar/baked potato
kids' meal: pizza
While reservations are not required, you can help us be good stewards with meal planning if you let us know you plan to attend.
The following classes will be offered for adults during the fall semester:
The following classes cover six weeks from September 19-November 7 (except for October 10 & 31). Six-week course offerings: Authentic Manhood, Deep Love and Women's Bible Study
Three-week course offerings: The Wesleyan Way and Voice of the Heart
You may select one of the six-week classes OR the two three-week classes.
The Wesleyan Way
September 19, 26 & October 3 | Seabrook Hall
What do we believe as Wesleyans? What’s distinctive about the Wesleyan Way and how we interpret the Bible? As debate in the UMC continues, join us as we learn more about the historic and orthodox positions the UMC has held since its formation as a movement by John Wesley.
Voice of the Heart
October 17, 24 & November 7
Join Corey Latta as he walks through the eight foundational feelings we all experience as humans created in the Image of God. See how Jesus experienced full humanity and the same type of feelings you and I face every day--feelings like anger, gladness, loneliness and sadness. Often we interpret these feelings negatively and avoid them, but Jesus shows us how these feelings are healthy expressions we have as children of God.
Wednesdays, Sept. 19-Nov. 7 | Wilson/Ross 415-416
Led by Kyle Rote Jr. and Stueart Hudsmith, this Bible study gives men a vision for manhood as modeled by Jesus in His time on earth. Two opportunities this fall: Wednesday mornings at 6:15 in Seabrook Hall and Wednesday evenings at 6:10 in Wilson/Ross 415-416. Childcare available for evening session.
Women’s Bible Study with Pam Hudsmith: Psalms
Wednesdays, Sept. 19-Nov. 7 | Wilson/Ross 409-412
Did you enjoy the Stroll Through the Psalms study this summer? Join Pam as she dives deeper into this much-loved book of the Bible.
Deep Love (Marriage Small Group)
Wednesdays, Sept. 19-Nov. 7 | Wilson/Ross 401-402
Wherever you are on your marriage journey, you can benefit from this DVD-based small group experience. Maybe your marriage is bad and you’d like it to be good. Or maybe it’s good and you’d like it to be great. Or maybe it’s already great and you want to ensure it stays that way. During this class, couples will take the Deep Love Assessment and interact with its findings, along with videos by relationship experts and authors of dozens of books, Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott.
GriefShare: 13-week support group
Wednesdays thru Dec. 5 | 9:30-11 a.m. or 5:30-7 p.m. | Dunnam 337
For those grieving the loss of a loved one, with video seminar and group discussion. Workbooks are $15; pay by cash or check when you come to the meeting. Wednesday Night Dinner will be available beginning at 5 p.m., and you are welcome to bring your meal into the class.
Vision Building: 4-week course
September 19, 26 & October 3, 17 | Dunnam 335
Vision by definition is a mental image of what the future will or could be. In this four-week course, we will not only explore the biblical role of vision, but you will actually create and write your own vision. We will also walk through how to manage your energy to ensure you are staying "on your vision" and on the vision God has for you! Class size is limited, so register soon.
7 p.m. | Choir Room
The Chancel Choir is a non-auditioned group of singers, which provides music leadership for the 11:00 Traditional service in addition to special services including the Holy Thursday Service of Shadows, the annual singing of Handel’s Messiah and the Candlelight Christmas Eve Service.
Nursery: Open to children from 2 months-3 years old.
School of the Rock
Wednesdays thru Nov. 14 | 6-7 p.m. (pick up from 7-7:15 p.m.)
This free-to-the-public arts camp is open to all JK-5th grade students on Wednesday nights during the school year. At School of the Rock, your children explore how to use art, drama, technology and athletics to tell their story and their part in God’s bigger story.
6-7:45 p.m. *
MS Refuge provides a high energy, fun and safe environment where students can experience the presence of Jesus by connecting with awesome adult leaders and other really great MS students. Our goal is to create an environment where students can know and be known and for adults to provide godly encouragement. First 30 minutes, fellowship and pizza followed by a time of worship and teaching. Students then go into grade and gender-based D-Groups (small groups).
*NOTE: HS Refuge meets on Sundays, 4-6 p.m.
East Ministry Center
6-7:30 p.m. | 9056 Poplar Pike, Suite 107 | Germantown
Do you live in Germantown or Collierville and want something closer to home? Join us for The Journey, our midweek worship service at the East Ministry Center. In addition to worship and study for adults, children (birth through 5th grade) are invited to study and discuss the Bible and work on art, science and mission projects together.
Join us for the great serving opportunities on Wednesday nights this fall.
Nursery: Help our staff in our nursery classrooms by loving and caring for our children.
Kitchen Team: Assist our kitchen staff in serving food as well as clean up after events.
Check-in: Help us by collecting money for dinner at the beginning of our evenings.
Tech Team: Help with worship slides or man a camera with our tech team during worship on Wednesday nights.
Children's Ministry: Help with our Children's Ministry in School of the Rock in classrooms with teachers as we learn and grow through arts and creativity. You can also help in classrooms at our East Ministry Center.