Unless specifically noted, each class is FREE and offered through Zoom. (Some classes may require a book or study guide.) Participants will receive a link to the meeting prior to each session.

Check out our Sunday groups.

Explore

Sunday, Aug. 8
10-11 a.m.
272 (The Gathering Room)

Explore provides a casual atmosphere for you to learn the basics of our church and what we stand for. This class is perfect if you are brand-new to Alpharetta Methodist and want to learn about the church. You’ll meet staff members and have time to ask questions.

This class is offered on the second Sunday of each the month.

Discover

Sundays, Aug 15-29
10-11 a.m.
272 (The Gathering Room)

The Discover class will cover John Wesley and Methodism, our beliefs, and how to get involved in missions, Sunday School classes and other activities our church offers. This class is perfect for those who want to learn more about Alpharetta Methodist and how to get involved. Discover is a prerequisite for membership.

For more information, contact Director of Outreach and Connections Allison Nye. 

1 John: Guided by Love and Light

In-person and online

Wednesdays, Sept. 8-Oct. 13 
7-8:15 p.m.

The letter of 1 John is an engaging, encouraging message to a Christian community trying to remain true to their core beliefs. This message of love and light speaks to us today as well. Join Rev. Brad Greene for this 6-week verse-by-verse exploration of this short letter.

The Divine Conspiracy

In-person and online

Wednesdays, Sept. 8-Dec. 8 
7-8 p.m.

Join us as we dive into Dallas Willard’s classic book “The Divine Conspiracy,” where we’ll gain fresh insights into Christ’s teachings on living a “with-God” life.

Together, we’ll explore a revolutionary way to experience God — knowing Him as an essential part of the here and now, an integral part of every aspect of our existence. The Divine Conspiracy calls us into a more authentic faith and offers a practical plan by which we can become more Christ-like.

Bud Manbeck and Jim Tinsley will facilitate this study.

Epic of Eden: Psalms Bible Study

In-person and online

Wednesdays, Sept. 15-Nov. 10
9:30-11 a.m.

Experience fresh connections to contemporary worship and devotional practices in this 8-session video-based study with well-known scholar Sandra Richter. Indulge in the biblical study of the Psalms.

This study will help you answer the ever-present question, “So what does this have to do with me today?” You will discover:

  • How to bridge the gap between the culture and practices of ancient Israel and today.
  • How you can trust God with all your emotions: grief, anger, praise, fear, and hope.
  • How and why the people of Israel used the Psalms in worship.
  • Why the book of Psalms is critical in our devotional lives today.
  • How the Psalms can empower your prayer life.

Minister of Administrator René Watson will facilitate this study.

Mama Bear (and Papa Bear) Apologetics

In-person and online

Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 15 (8 weeks) 
5:30-6:15 p.m.

Mama bears are nurturing and protective. Parents are primarily responsible for nurturing and protecting their children in faith. In today’s culture, many foundational ideas and ideals are challenged and questioned. This class will equip parents to recognize the correct messages of culture, offer discernment, argue for a healthier approach, and reinforce through discussion, discipleship, and prayer.

This study, let by Rev. David Walters, will be offered at the same time as Kids Choir rehearsals, so it’s ideal for parents.

The Story of Exodus

In-person and online

Wednesdays, Sept. 8-Nov. 17 
6:30-8 p.m.

OR

Thursdays, Sept. 9-Nov. 18
10-11:30 a.m.

Exodus picks up where Genesis ends, join us as we continue to learn about God’s history with His people, His call of a Jewish nation and His moving humanity towards the redemption of the world.

This class will be facilitated by Rev. Terri Henkel.

Young Adult Bible Study: A group for college-age through 35, without children.

Young Adult Bible Study

Mondays
6:30-7:30 p.m.
Room 274

This new group is geared towards young adults (college-aged to 35 years old without children) and is facilitated by Director of Outreach and Connections Allison Nye. Weekly meetings focus on the Bible and relevant topics. We would love for you to be a part of this community!

No reservations required for this study.

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Men’s Bible Studies

Alpharetta Methodist Men (AMen) believes that our faith journeys are enriched by supporting other men in their walk with Jesus Christ. Read about AMen and men’s Bible study groups.