OUR ADULT MINISTRIES
There’s a place for everyone at Oak Grove!
Activities for both the Silent and the Baby Boomer generations. The Mission of the Senior Adult Ministries is to embrace the dignity of life, and offer comfort and care to seniors while engaging and empowering them to share their faith in Jesus Christ through prayer and service to others that all may experience the abundant life.
Oak Grove’s small group ministry, Covenant Groups, is helping hundreds of people grow in their faith! Covenant Groups meet regularly in homes around the community for the length of the school year, September through May. Each group has a facilitator and chooses their own curriculum, with help from the leadership and ministry staff of Oak Grove. Stay tuned for the next opportunity to join a Covenant Group in the fall of 2017!
Sunday school classes for all ages are settings for study of the Bible, of modern day issues, and of Christian practices. Some classes have a rotation of teachers while others are subject-based and are often taught by members of the class or outside guests. Nursery and child care are provided by the church. The classes enjoy and look for visitors, so please feel free to visit until you find the class where you feel most at home. Age categories pertaining to adult classes are for information and do not indicate age restrictions. If you have questions and need to speak with someone about Adult Christian Education, please contact Rev. Dr. Joseph McBrayer (firstname.lastname@example.org | 404-636-758 ext 210). Classes are from 9:35am-10:45am on Sunday mornings. Download a current list of the classes.
Disciple Bible Study
Bible study is at the core of adult spiritual growth; it is emphasized in Disciple Bible Study Classes, with Disciple I the long-term, foundational course that covers 70% of the Bible as the foundational course offered yearly and encouraged for all church members. There are long-term, as well as short term Bible studies offered frequently and typically on Wednesday and Sunday evenings and some weekdays. For information on our next class, contact Rev. Dr. Joseph McBrayer (email@example.com | 404-636-758 ext 210).
The United Methodist Men’s Fellowship (UMMF) was chartered December 1, 1954. All male church members are encouraged to join in the Fellowship’s quest to expand its ministry to serve the church and community. Click here to learn more about the United Methodist Men. Oak Grove’s United Methodist Men’s Fellowship meets the second Monday of each month at 6:15 p.m. with a superb evening meal and program. These meetings provide opportunities for spiritual growth and understanding in this ethnically, culturally, and religiously diverse community and world in which we live.
The purpose of United Methodist Women is to be a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ, to develop a creative, supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. Click here for more information about United Methodist Women. Our general meeting is the first Wednesday of the month at 11:00 with lunch following at noon. Executive Board Meeting is the first Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
WOW is a different kind of small group experience where women of all ages and stages meet each week on Thursday evenings at the church to feed our spiritual needs so we can feed the needs of those who depend on us. It is a group of women who share and pray together, study God’s Word, live in God’s grace and guidance, and apply God’s Word to our daily life. The purpose of WOW is to offer a place where you can grow and learn without adding more to your already overflowing plate. All women are welcome!! Participants can come and go for as few or as many sessions as needed and possible. For more information, contact Faye Traynelis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oak Grove Barbecue
Entering it’s 56th year, the Oak Grove Barbecue happens on the 3rd Saturday of October. Proceeds benefit 25 of our church, community, and mission projects. Volunteers are always needed and welcome! For more information or to volunteer, contact Clayton Webster (404.633.8955).