Wednesday Night Supper



Wednesday Night Supper has returned to the Fellowship Hall from August 10 through December 7. Meal pick up begins at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 6:15 p.m.

If you would like to register for Wednesday Night Supper, click HERE! This form is updated weekly. You also have the option of emailing debbie.collins@dunwoodyumc.org or by phone 770-394-0675, Ext 111.

Reservations are due by the end of day on the Monday before. Please do your best to adhere to this reservation deadline so there will be a meal prepared for you.


5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.

Adults - $10
Children (age 3 - 11) - $8
Children under 3 - FREE

Children


Our Children’s Choirs and Tone Chimes Choir begins on August 17, 2022, but children are welcome to join anytime! Preschool Choirs & Tone Chimes meet at 4:30 p.m. and Elementary Choirs at 5:00 p.m. Tone Chimes meet in the Bell Choir Room on the first floor (#102) and choir meets upstairs in the Children's Choir Room. Ms. Nicole, Mr. Mark and Ms. Marianella are excited to see everyone!



Wednesday Night Kids

Kindergarten - 5th graders are invited to join us on Wednesday nights for dinner, fellowship and games as we dig deeper into our monthly Bible themes. Check in and drop off is outside the fellowship hall at the top of the stairs beginning at 5:45 p.m. Pick up at 7:00 p.m. from the Kids Suite.  

Cherub Preschool Choir

Open to preschoolers ages 3 (by Sept. 1) through 4 years old. Children are introduced to singing in their “singing voice”, playing rhythm instruments, and what it means to be a choir. The children learn that through music even the youngest of God’s children can participate in worship.

Celebration Choir, Carol Choir & The Choristers

Open to elementary aged children, Kindergarten through 5th grade. Children build on their musical knowledge learned in Cherub Choir while also beginning to learn how to read music. Members begin singing in parts, expand their knowledge of musical notation, and begin preparing for leadership in worship services. Special events for the year include concerts, Christmas Eve services and community outreach.

Tone Chimes Ensemble

This beginning choir uses tone chimes, which are similar to handbells, and is for third through fifth-graders. Music experience is helpful, but not required. Performances are at various services throughout the year.

Adults



Wednesdays offer several small groups to helps adults grow in their spiritual life and connect with a small, more intimate group. Many of these multi-week sessions are held in the morning and repeated in the evening to accommodate adults of all ages.

Christian Believer

Christian Believer is part of the Disciple Bible Studies, and focuses on classical teachings of the Christian faith—presenting, explaining, and interpreting them in a way that we can understand, using words, symbols, and hymns. This class lasts 30 weeks with breaks for holidays. It is for women of all ages and will be led by Megan Cann and Rev. Kathy Brockman. Register HERE!

Preparing for the Future: What We Don’t Think We Think

As we seek to move outside the walls of Dunwoody UMC in service to others and welcoming them into our faith community, we know that we will find people who don’t look or talk like we do. In order to be prepared for the future, we will take a look at what is termed implicit bias. Implicit bias is described as having attitudes towards people or associating stereotypes with them without our conscious knowledge. There are many examples of this in our daily world and we do it without even thinking about it, therefore the term “implicit.” Join us for a four week study on what implicit bias is, how we recognize it in ourselves, and what we can do to transform it. Register Here!

DUMC Four Core Values

We identified Four Core Values as a church to help us live into our long-term vision. They are Seeking Christ, Showing Love, Serving Big, and Sharing More. Each value will be preached on in worship with the opportunity to have further discussion during this five-week small group. The fifth week will be a time of visioning. Join us for conversations facilitated by Rev. Garrett Wallace, Rev. Calissa Dauterman, and Dr. Phil Schroeder.  Register HERE!

Study of Philippians

Join Dr. Ebby Arnold of the Candler Foundry for a study on the Book of Philippians. In this four-week course, we discover Paul’s special relationship with a church he loved—Philippi. Topics we will explore in this letter include: the role of suffering in the life of believers, the communal identity of Jesus-followers, and the wise use of role models and examples. Above all, the course looks to understand the complete paradigm shift that believers undergo, living in the same world as before but according to a completely different story. Register HERE!

Grateful: The Subversive Practice of Giving Thanks

Join us for discussion on Diana Butler Bass’ book, Grateful: The Subversive Power of Giving Thanks. During our time, we will consider why gratitude seems to missing as a spiritual practice, look at suggestions for reclaiming it as one, and see how both an individual and communal practice of gratitude can evolve to a greater connection with God, the world, and our selves. The cost is $15. Register HERE!


Adult Small Groups

BEGIN AT 6:00 P.M.

Get involved in a Wednesday Night Small Group or Study! Visit our Small Group page for details.

Chancel Choir Rehearsal

7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Adult Choir Room

The Chancel Choir is the premier musical ensemble of DUMC. In addition to singing during the Traditional Worship service on Sundays, the Chancel Choir hosts multiple performances each year, including a Christmas concert. New singers are always welcome and no audition is required.