Adult small group studies are a great way to get involved, meet new people and grow in your faith. Groups meet at various times and start throughout the year. Contact Susan Kee at susan.kee@dunwoodyumc.org for more information or to sign up. Visit the calendar for specific meeting rooms.

Making Sense of the Bible

Based on Adam Hamilton's best selling book, Making Sense of the Bible, this five week study leads to a deeper appreciation of the Bible so we might hear God speak through it and find its words to be life changing. Led by Marc Freund.

The Enneagram: Nine Spiritual Paths

A five-week study on the Enneagram. The Enneagram is an ancient tool for self-understanding, transformation and development that has been used by Christian spiritual guides and mystics since at least the time of the Desert Fathers and Mothers. Similar to other personality type resources, yet unique in its spiritual emphasis, the Enneagram helps us discover our true selves so we can better realize our unique gifts and strengths and determine our divine vocation. Led by Rev. Josh Amerson.

Plan a Funeral or Memorial Service

A three-week series on the steps to planning a funeral service, interacting with a funeral home, writing an obituary, palliative care and hospice care, grief and moving forward. Led by Dunwoody UMC Clergy.

Financial Peace University

This nine-week study is a course created by Dave Ramsey on personal financial management that teaches participants to dump their debt, build a monthly budget and save for the future. Cost: $110.00 per family. Led by John Downing and Celeste Belville.

Disciple I Fast Track

A 24-week study of the Old and New Testaments.

Co-ed Group begins Sunday,  Sept. 15, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. in the Young Adult Suite. Led by Revs. Scott and Cheryl Dunbar

Women’s Group begins Monday Sept. 16, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. in Room 241. Led by Rev. Calissa Dauterman

Men’s Group begins Jan. 2020. Led by Rev. Josh Amerson. The Men's Group is currently full, but please reach out to susan.kee@dunwoodyumc.org to be put on the waiting list.

Disciple II Fast Track

Join us for a 24-week study of Genesis – Exodus and Luke – Acts. Led by Susan Anderson and Patti Erwood.

Disciple III Fast Track

A 24-week study of The Prophets and The Letters of the Apostle Paul. Led by Rev. Kathy Brockman and Megan Cann.

Stranger Things: Faith and Science in Dialogue

This four-week course explores the relationship between faith and science, including why these two subjects are so often pitted against each other. Through interactive lectures and guided discussion, participants will discover ways of reconciling faith and science, and what it looks like to engage the scientific world with integrity—and without losing their faith. Cost: $10.00 per family, per session. The course is taught by Dr. Ryan Bonfiglio, Assistant Professor in the Practice of Old Testament at the Candler School of Theology. Open to the church and community.

Called: Hearing and Responding to God’s Voice

A six-week Bible study written by Rev. Susan Robb on the lives of Abraham, Samuel, Esther, Jonah, Mary Magdalene and the disciple John. All of these Bible personalities were called by God for certain tasks, just as God calls each one of us. Cost: $15.00. Led by Revs. David and Joy Melton.

Mid-Life Singles

Learning more about the word of God and his plan for our life continues regardless of where we are in life. Mid-life Singles is a group of single adults who meet for Bible study, work on service projects and travel around Atlanta for social events.

Advent Study

Lunch time study, open to all. This study focuses on hope, love, joy and peace and the discussion of the book, “Christmas Gifts That Won’t Break.” Please purchase the book before coming to the study. Bring a lunch! Led by Rev. Kathy Brockman.

Simon Peter: Flawed But Faithful Disciple

This six-week study written by Dr. Adam Hamilton and led by Revs. David and Joy Melton explores the life, faith, and character of Simon Peter. Simon Peter left everything he had to follow Jesus, yet he struggled with doubts and fears.

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HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS?


If you have other specific questions or need more information about Adult Small Group Studies, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

Susan Kee

Administrative Assistant

susan.kee@dunwoodyumc.org

(770) 394-0675 ext. 112