Adult Ministries

Classes:

As “life-long learners”, we all need to continue to stretch our wisdom and challenge our thinking.  We hope that you will find something interesting to pursue.  If you have suggestions for future classes, please talk to either pastor. 

 

Sundays at 9:00 a.m.,

“Judas”  Daryl Spors, Facilitator.

Room 106.
This study will use various sources to learn more about the disciple Judas and his role in the life and ministry of Jesus. Was Judas a villain or a victim, and how does his place in the Gospel story influence our individual spiritual journey today? You are welcome to join what promises to be an interesting and inspiring discussion.

Sundays at 10:30a.m.

“Faith Lessons” Don Dyke, Facilitator.

Room 106.

The “Faith Lessons” series presents ancient times, places, and customs through a lively, interactive journey that is faith-inspiring and life-changing. Video presentations by Ray VanderLaan guide participants through the land of the Bible by illuminating the historical, geographical, and cultural context of the sacred Scriptures. Series begins with early church sites in Israel and Turkey.

Mondays, 9:30—11:00am

Linda Whitelock, Facilitator

 

“Moses: In the Footsteps of the Reluctant Prophet”
Adam Hamilton explores the sites of Moses’ life from the Nile River to the Red Sea, from Mt. Sinai to the wilderness; using historical information, archae-ological data, and Biblical texts. Participants will not only come to know Moses, but will see how his life and story speak to our lives and stories today as it reveals something to us about God, about ourselves, and about God’s will for our lives.

Thursdays, 10:30—11:30am

Ramona Hohenstein, facilitator
“Can I Really Trust the Bible?”

Exploring such topics as the Bible’s own claims about its truthfulness, the preservation of the biblical text, the proven accuracy of the Bible, and the unmistakable impact it has on people around the world, you’ll discover the veracity and value of this ancient book.

 

Senior Ministries


Senior Ministries at Cargill UMC provide opportunities for seniors to gather in supportive and social settings.  Retired Pastor Stu Allen is on staff to attend to seniors’ needs, although many activities are suggested and organized by senior program attendees.

Senior Meals provides a delicious, well-balanced meal for those 50 and above in Janesville.  It’s also a valued time for socializing and supporting one another.  Meals are provided on the first and third Thursdays of each month at noon.  Reservations are required to ensure that we plan and prepare adequately—please call the church office (608-752-0548).

Small Group Studies


Many members participate in small group studies that are not a part of the structured class offerings.  Our pastors would be happy to connect you with a group or study material if you’d like to start a group of your own.  The opportunities are endless.