Find Your Group and Build Lasting Friendships

We know it’s important to be connected and its tough to build lasting friendships. What if taking one simple step changed everything?

At Collierville UMC, we’re trying to make it easy for you to find people who you can connect with and share the same interests. People make all the difference and we know you will have fun. Check out our groups and classes below and begin your path to a strong community that grows together.

Spring 2019

Short Term
Small Groups + Classes

Engaging for New People

“Newcomers Class” | Room 101A

Sundays starting January 27, 9:30 – 10:30 am (9 week course)
Are you new to Collierville United Methodist Church? Or maybe you have been around awhile but still don’t know much about the church? This class is for you!

Contact: Melanie Duncan

“Mothers of Preschoolers: MOPS and MOMSnext” | Room 102

Those early foundational years are as important for you as they are for your child. Share with other mothers and join us for friendship, encouragement, and fun! ($32 for int’l membership, plus $25/semester dues )

Leaders: Susan Sullivan
Kristen Corrigan

The Art of Marriage | Student Lounge

Would you like to connect with other young couples and experience life together within a biblical community? Our time together will be focused on growing and strengthening your relationship as a couple. Starting in January we will be meeting once a month on a Friday evening to fellowship, discuss, and pray together. Our first meeting will be January 25 at 7 pm in the Student Lounge on the second floor.

Leaders: Craig and Dori Clark; John and Melanie Duncan

Connecting You to Christ and His Church

“Men’s Community Bible Study” | Room 101A/B
Mondays, 7 – 8:30 pm (During Collierville’s school year)

Longest running Bible study in Collierville.

Leader: Danny Barnwell

God Empowered Mothers (G.E.M.) — Women’s Bible study | Room 102
Thursdays, 9:45 am – 12 pm (8 month course)

A Bible study for mothers of all ages. Come enjoy fun, food, and fellowship with other women as we study the Word of God

Leader: Teresa Routh

United Methodist Men

United Methodist Men is a fellowship of Christian men for all age groups. This welcoming group is always open to new members and offers a number of opportunities for service and community. Join us for our weekly Prayer Breakfast every Tuesday from 7am – 8am or our monthly Men’s Breakfast with dynamic and engaging speakers every third Saturday of the month from 8 – 9:30 am.

Contact: David Estes

United Methodist Women

Collierville United Methodist Women meet in 5 small groups, called circles, once a month from September to May. There are 4 daytime circles and one night circle. We have refreshments, a meeting, and a spiritual growth study. We are open to all women and love having visitors and new members at any meeting.

Contact: Jane Crabtree

Equipping You to be a Disciple

Parables of Jesus | Room Number 100

Wednesdays, starting January 9 – February 13. 6:30 – 7:30 pm

Take a look at the Parables with new eyes. Examine them from a different perspective as our Senior Pastor leads you through the study of a selection of Christ’s most powerful teaching moments.

Leader: David Atkinson

The Book of Revelation – Women’s Bible study | Room 102

Wednesdays starting January 2, 2018 – May 1, 2019, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Join the Wed. night Women’s Bible Study for an in-depth study of the book of Revelation. In this verse-by-verse study of prophecy, we see how God rules history and will triumph over evil through Christ. Let your heart be transformed as we engage with the glorious promises that await those who believe! Weekly homework. Small group discussion, large group teaching.

Leader: Donna Vickers

Disciple 1: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study | Room 100

Disciple Bible Study is aimed at developing strong Christian leaders by providing an overview of the entire bible. The study gives the Old and New Testaments equal time, emphasizing the wholeness of the Bible as a revelation of God. Disciple draws upon the work of scholars, the personal Bible reading and study of the participant, and dynamic group discussion to aid understanding of the Bible. This is a transformative in-depth study that includes regular homework. This class will run 16 weeks in the spring and will continue for another 16-week term in the fall.

Leader: Donna Vickers