M&Ms (Moral Misfits) (Room 6): The M & M's (Moral Misfits) class began as an outgrowth of the "Messy Spirituality" small group study. Some participants expressed a desire to continue meeting in order to achieve a deeper understanding of our faith, and several new members have recently joined the group. All members have the opportunity to discuss, question, and react to the lessons of the Scripture and their relevance to the world in which we live. New members are always welcome, so if you are looking for a lively and spiritual Sunday school class, please come check us out! Contact Steve Nixon at 812-385-4756.
New Beginnings (Room 7): This is an intergenerational group. We are single and divorced, talkative and quiet, Married and widowed. We use our diversity to help us study the Bible and to discuss how Jesus relates to us today. We hope that if any of the above descriptions relate to you, you will join us as we find fellowship together. We welcome you in Christian love. Contact Jeannie Robbins at 812-779-6227.
Perculators (Kitchen): Most Sundays we have coffee and donuts.
The discussions center around the church and the community and how we as Christians can influence them in a positive and joyous way. Meet us for coffee, conversation and Christ! Contact Bruce Byers at 812-385-2288.
SAS class (Searchers and Seekers) (Room 3): Members of this class are "Searchers" of the truth of God through the study of the Scriptures. Our teachers use the International Sunday School lesson and other resources. Our study covers the entire Bible in weekly sessions over a three year period. We are "Seekers" of ways to fulfill God's will for our group. We support the church's programs--those which service our congregation and those which serve our local and world-wide communities. We welcome your visit and urge you to participate in the class of your choice. Contact Wilma Richardson at 812-385-3025.
Wesleyan Class (Room 5): The Wesleyan class is a Bible Study class that uses the materials from Cokesbury. We enjoy fellowship together and periodically have functions together as a group, such as covered dish meals or going to a restaurant. We participate with Hillside Church during the Heritage Days Apple Pie project. We invite you to join us in learning more about our faith. Contact Paul Evans at 812-385-4640.
Other Classes and Groups
Connections Women's Prayer Group (Room 6): Life is busy with jobs, family, and more. Take time out to fill a spiritual need on Wednesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. (except during June, July, and August). Some of us grab dinner at the Family Builders meal at 5 p.m. We then discuss how God has worked in our lives through the week. We hold each other accountable in our Christian study and devotions. We share, we laugh, and we cry. These mighty women of God will love you and be there for you in your struggles. You will be sure to be blessed. Contact Debbie Hubbard at 812-784-4077.
Knotters (Room 7): Do you enjoy sewing, quilting, and fellowship? We gather every Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. Grab a needle, thread, and your favorite fabric and join us! Contact Zoan Meeks at 812-664-0940.
Monday Morning Bible Study (Room 6): From the Book of Daniel to the Gospel of John to the Sermon on the Mount, we enjoy all forms and styles of Bible study. We hope you'll join us at 9:30 a.m. each Monday as we're challenged to learn and grow together through God's Word. Contact Bob Shaw at 385-8788.
Monday Evening Bible Study (Room 6): We meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. seasonally to engage in lively conversations around Scripture. We select a book and study guide that interest us. Please let us know if you'd like to join the dialogue. Contact Nancy Whyms at 812-779-7458.
United Methodist Men (Worship Center): We meet for a delicious breakfast and program on the second Saturday of each month (except June, July, and August) at 7:30 a.m. in the kitchen and worship center. This is a great time to gather for fellowship. We're also involved in other projects and activities:
- A springtime breakfast for 5th grade students at Camp Carson.
- Ringing bells for the Salvation Army at Christmas.
- Small building and maintenance projects to help out members and the community.
Contact Matt Robbins at 812-664-0268.
Women's Outreach (Room 5): We meet at 9:30 a.m. the third Friday of every month (except June, July, and August) for studies and discussion topics that relate to today's Christian life. Our agenda also includes special speakers and outings. We honor a homebound family each month with a card shower or small gifts. Our time includes:
- Coffee and snacks
- Devotions and fellowship
Contact Jeannie Robbins at 812-779-6227 or Jane Armes at 812-779-8337.
Choir: If you love to praise God through singing anthems and hymns, we'd love to have you in our choir! We rehearse every Wednesday at 7 p.m. from August through May. We provide music every week for the 8:30 a.m. service, and we help with certain holidays like Christmas Eve and Maundy Thursday. We also sing a cantata each year. Contact Sandy Nixon at 812-385-4756.
Praise Team: If you enjoy singing contemporary praise music or have gifts with piano, guitar, drums or some other instrument, we'd appreciate you in our praise team! We rehearse Tuesday evening around 5:30 p.m. We provide music at the 10:45 a.m. service, as well as on Christmas Eve and Good Friday. Contact XXXXXXXX at ########.