FUMC of Arlington

Adult

Studies

Please note that some of these studies use participant books. To obtain a book in advance or request nursery care, please contact the church office.

**Childcare available upon request for all studies.


Bible Journaling

1st & 3rd Tuesdays | 6:30-8:30 pm | Room 151

Creative Bible Journaling instruction on how to utilize art techniques while studying a bible verse(s). Led by Betsy Eudy bi-monthly in a come and go format. Join at any time - all you need to bring is your Bible!

Bible Study With the Pastors

Tuesdays | 6:00-7:00 pm | Banquet Room

Pastors Chris Hayes and Ramiro Rodriguez will lead a study each Tuesday evening on the scripture lesson from the past Sunday’s sermon. 

Men’s Breakfast

Wednesdays | 6:00 am | Room 154

Come share a light breakfast with us as we share in an early morning Bible study. All men of the church are welcome.

Church Decorating Team

Wednesday, March 4 | 9:30-11:30 am | Room 100

Please join us as we start a new small group! Our group will design, craft, and display decorations for special church events. The first event we’ll be creating for is the Peeps-themed family Easter celebration! We will be designing table decor and hallway scenery. Next up, we’ll be working on scenery for the  children’s musical this summer!  For more information contact Mary Webster.

Lenten Book Study

Wednesdays in Lent, begins March 4 | 10:00-11:00 am or 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 151

This six-week Lenten study led by Rev Kay Lancaster is based on the book Hard to Dance With the Devil On Your Back by Ray Buckley. Books available in the office for $10. 

Buckley looks at the transcendent struggle in the lives of believers, while helping readers enter the continually crumbling world surrounding Jesus and the disciples in the days preceding Easter. As persons of faith, we find the endurance and strength to “dance” sustained by God and others dancing near us.

Men@First

First Saturday of the month | 8:30-9:30 am | Division St. Diner, 1800 W Division St, Arlington, TX

Join men from FUMC of Arlington for food, fellowship, and a devotional.