Adults

Rather, you must grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

2 Peter 3:18 (NLT)

Our Adult Christian Education programs are varied and plentiful at West Lawn. We have an assortment of Sunday school classes and Bible studies to dig into the Word and approach life from a Biblical perspective. In addition, we also provide Christian classes on marriage, parenting and finances. Sunday School classes, Bible Studies and Prayer Groups meet regularly at our Church and in homes.

Our Sunday school classes and Bible Studies are led by talented and insightful individuals. Each class or program offers participants the opportunity to learn more about Jesus Christ and how to become more like Him every day.
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To help sharpen one another, West Lawn offers mentoring programs, like Men of Iron, and women’s groups, like Women at the Well. Plus, West Lawn UMC offers a variety of mens breakfasts, retreats and other fellowship events. Hundreds of West Lawn members have also taken part in the Walk to Emmaus,
a life-changing weekend of spiritual renewal.
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Our small groups connect individuals in Christian communities. Within these circles, friends come together regularly to love and support one another as they draw closer to God, and live Christ-honoring lives.  By empowering individuals and families through education and service opportunities, West Lawn has created a culture of discipleship. Together, we can show the world we are Christians by our love.
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WLUMC Re-Opening

We welcome back our Adult Sunday School classes and many of our weekday groups starting on September 13th at 9:30 a.m.   In an effort to accommodate social distancing requirements, we have made the following room changes for Sunday mornings:
 
Just a reminder that all class participants must wear a mask at all times and are encouraged to use hand sanitizer upon entering the classrooms.