Ardmore United Methodist Church
Thursday, April 02, 2020
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Weekly Bible Study

Since we are not meeting in-person for Sunday School,  Paula Engard-Ellis will be leading a Bible Study discussion on Wednesdays at 7:30PM on Zoom. If interested, please watch the YouTube video lessons listed below, then simply click here at 7:30pm, beginning this Wednesday night.

 

Sunday School has been suspended until further notice

As soon as we are able to again, we will hold Sunday school on every Sunday between Labor Day weekend and Memorial Day Weekend. You are welcome to join us!  

Adult Classes: During the Sunday School hour, nursery care is available. The Adult Sunday School class normally meets at 10am in the Parlor.  Everyone is welcome !

Children's Sunday School: During the usual church worship hour (11am to noon), Nursery, Preschool and Elementary Sunday school classes will meet after the Children's Message (at beginning part of Worship service). 

 

Nursery and Preschool

Nursery and preschool children may go directly to the nursery to check in when arriving, or children may begin the morning in church with their families and sign-in to the nursery after the children's sermon. We request that a parent or guardian always drop off and pick up these students.

 

Elementary (Grades K - 5) 

Children will begin the morning in church with their families, gather for the children's sermon, then go to their classroom with a teacher.  This year we are combining grade levels in a "one room school" format using the same Grow, Proclaim, Serve curriculum as the previous two years.  The class will be taught by both a volunteer lead teacher and a volunteer assistant.  Lead teachers will serve in rotation for two months at a time.  The assistants will rotate weekly.  Teen helpers will assist in the class as well.  Please meet your children promptly in the Wesley Room after the service. Keep your eyes open for information on the new Grades K-5 Youth Group that will meet monthly for one hour.