God didn’t intend for us to walk alone. He values relationships and so do we! We believe the best way for you to grow in your faith is to be involved in community groups. Our hope is that your involvement in a group will provide friendships, fellowship opportunities, and ministry to those in need.
 
SUNDAY MORNING ADULT COMMUNITY GROUPS: 
10:00am
Abundant Life Community Group: (Room 100A/B)
We enjoy an open-discussion format and explore a variety of different topics that apply to every day life. We love going deeper into Scripture and learning about God’s plan for us. Members also “do life together” by socializing outside of class, praying for each other, and doing mission projects together.
 
Seekers Community Group: (Room 203)Upstairs
Our class seeks to gain a deeper knowledge of the Word of God through direct study of the Bible and how it applies to our daily lives.
 
Wesley Class: (Room 101)
We are a "young at heart" class that uses Cokesbury's International Sunday School Lesson Series called "Adult Bible Studies". Each lesson on a scripture is a stand-alone lesson from either the New Testament or Old Testament that helps adults understand the meaning and authority of the Bible for Christian life. 

 

Wednesday Evening  Bible Studies: 

(6:45pm)
Long Track:
Disciple Fast Track:  (Room 100 A/B) This is a 24 week study in which participants spend 12 weeks in the Old Testament and 12 weeks in the New Testament. Knowing God and His Word are the most important aspects of a Christian’s life!. Disciple Fast Track is a way for the Christian to understand the grand story of God throughout the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation! This study helps a believer to know the timeline of all of the stories, as well as the thread of Christ that runs through the entire Bible.
Short Track:
Christianity and World Religions: Wrestling with questions People Ask. (Beginning January 13th)
New 6-week Video Study by Adam Hamilton. Join Pastor Dave on Wednesday evenings to explore four major world religions - Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Judaism. The study encourages us as Christians to build bridges with others so that we might grow in our faith, seek peace in our world, love our neighbor, and find positive ways to share the gospel. 
 

 

 
Brooks United Methodist Men
We welcome men of all ages to join us the first Sunday of every month for breakfast and fellowship at 8:30 am in Room 100A. Events that we sponsor include: Valentine’s Banquet, Mother’s Day Luncheon, BBQ and Brunswick Stew Fundraiser. We also support several local charities throughout the year.
 
Brooks United Methodist Women
:All women are encouraged to join us the first Thursday of each month at 12:00 noon in Room 100A for a shared meal and devotional. We do several mission projects and fundraisers throughout the year. Funds collected help support our missionary family in Germany, the Sims Family