Wednesday Evenings

Wednesday Evening Studies

Your relationship with Christ is a long walk, not a destination.

Register for a Wednesday Evening Study

Our Wednesday Evening Studies are for EVERYONE! Each semester we have evening prayer and then a variety of classes on different spiritual topics. These classes will help you build relationships in the church and grow in your relationship with God! 

These classes are offered as part of our Launch Sequence, a sequential program of spiritual growth developed for Suntree UMC Members.

Wednesday Evening Studies - September 6th - October 25th

Wednesday Evening Dinners 
Join us for family-friendly meals at a low $5 a person throughout our Wednesday night semester! Meals will be prepared by members and ministries of Suntree UMC or catered from local family friendly restaurants. We are able to accommodate some allergies with advance reservations.  Dinner will begin at 5:30pm and run until 6:15pm. After dinner you can move onto one of our class options or head home!

Make a Dinner Church Reservation

EDGE (Middle School)
5:30pm | Stage 1 | Upstairs in The LOFT
We meet upstairs in the LOFT Youth Room.  Each Wednesday, we’ll have our Snack Shack open serving pizza, soft drinks, candy bars, ice cream, chips, cookies, etc.  The night is full of fun, games, videos, humor, and a biblical lesson geared toward today’s middle school kid!

Suntree Kids @ the M.O.V.I.E.S.
6:15pm | Stage 1 | Dining Room
Join us for More of Varying Intergenerational Experiences (M.O.V.I.E.S.) on Wednesday evenings following Wednesday evening dinner. We will take a look at a different film each week to see how these family- friendly films can remind us of a Bible story or value that the Bible teaches us. We will then have different intergenerational activities to connect the film and the lesson of the evening.   

Book Study: Reckless Love
6:15pm | Stage 4 | Rms. 103/104
Led by Rev. Allee Willcox Wood. What if we learn to love God better by loving our neighbor more? In this book with accompanying video and discussion, our Bishop Tom Berlin explores how deep love of neighbor is a way that we can love God in becoming a better neighbor to our family members, friends, and even those we don’t get along with! This study will dive into Scripture alongside our sermon series and invite us to engage more deeply in our faith with heart, soul, mind and strength. There is a $15 material cost for this class.

Beloved Community 101
6:15pm | Stage 3 | Rm, 108
Led by Rev. Dr. John Baggett, Kathy Turner, and Sharon Garrett. With the aid of a variety of art forms, including videos, visual art, music, dance, poetry, and ethnic cuisine, this class will explore Dr. Martin Luther King’s vision of The Beloved Community and how we, as people of faith today, can help bring it to reality. This class will be limited to 20 participants.