Going to church means learning to love yourself and let go of your burdens. It also means learning to love others and working to remove their burdens. Whatever our age, we can grow in greater peace, joy, clarity, and hope as a people who are listening for God’s words in our lives.
Our infants playroom, where parents can play with their children, is located in the education hallway, around the corner from the entrance to the Sanctuary.
The church uses Deep Blue Kids Curriculum, produced by the United Methodist Church, for a one-room Sunday school, which begins after the children’s message during the 9am service.
Our Sunday School teachers are active, involved church members who are trained to follow Safe Sanctuaries procedures of the United Methodist Church and agree to a background check, allowing our Sanctuary and classrooms where we gather to worship and serve God to be places of trust.
The Arnolia United Methodist Youth Fellowship gathers over breakfast every Sunday at 10am, in the hour between the 9am and 11am services.
UMYF is currently led by Rev. James McSavaney. Contact him if you’re interested in learning more!
Join Rev. James on Wednesdays at 7:30pm for a weekly study. Study topics are broken into six- to ten-week units. Past studies have included reading books by Rev. Adam Hamilton, Rev. Tom Berlin, and Richard Foster.