Harrison United Methodist
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1-423-344-8228

harrisonumc@epbfi.com

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5621 Highway 58

Harrison, TN 37341

@2018 by Harrison United Methodist Church

Christian Education

Childrens Ministry

Ages: Birth - 5th Grade

Through fun bible studies, children ages birth to 5th grade build a relationship with God and our church community. Our programs are staffed by dedicated volunteers who share God's love with children of all ages. Our nursery welcome children ages birth to 36 months and care is provided by Ms. Sharon. Children ages 3 to 5th grade are invited to join us for Sundays for Sunday School at 10:00 am and Children's Church after the Children' message during worship. On Wednesdays, children join together for fun, crafts, and learning with David and Shellie Vagts at 7:00 pm. 

Youth Ministry

Ages: 6th - 12th Grade

From retreats, youth group, service projects, and lock-ins, youth in grades 6 to 12 grow in their faith together in unique ways. Learning happens through games, conversation, and experiences. Our youth ministry team is lead by Crystal Fallesen, Adam Johnson, and Brett Senentz. Come join the fun on Sunday mornings at 10:00 or Wednesdays at 7:00. Our youth group is a safe, welcoming group where everyone belongs. 

College Ministry

Ages: Freshman - Post Grad

This program is still being created! We offer prayer partners to our college students with care packages. If you have ideas or would like to be involved, please let us know! Click the link below to message us for details!

Adult Sunday School

Ages: 18+

Through fellowship and bible study, our adult classes welcome those looking for ways to connect with one another and learn more about our faith. From those just starting their journey to veteran Christians, all are welcome to support one another and learn together. Adult Sunday School begins at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings. 

Adult Bible Study

Age: 18+

We gather on Wednesday nights at 7:00 pm in the large Sunday School class (downstairs below the sanctuary).  We come together to study and discuss books of the Bible, topics such as the development of the Bible, themes such as a focus on Methodism or faith and reason, and even influential people of the Christian faith such as John Wesley and Dietrich Bonhoeffer for example. 

We gather to converse, to study, and to grow together. 

 

Come and join us. Our current schedule is:

   February 7: Introduction to the Apocalyptic Daniel

   February 14: No Bible Study – Ash Wednesday Service

   February 21: Daniel 7-9

   February 28: Daniel 10-12

"The aim of all Christian education, moreover, is to train the believer in an adult faith that can make him a 'new creation', capable of bearing witness in his surroundings to the Christian hope that inspires him."

-Pope Benedict XVI

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