THE OLD TESTAMENT IN SEVEN SENTENCES
Ever Feel Like the Old Testament seems foreign, strange, and hard to understand. Then this class is for you! We’ll survey this often-neglected part of God’s Word, learning about the major events and big ideas in the Old Testament in a way that will help you make sense out of it and strengthen your faith. Along the way, you’ll see God’s faithfulness and love for his people and how the Old Testament prepared for the coming of the Messiah, our Lord Jesus. Register here.
Facilitator: Rev. Steve Simon
Meets: Room M204 for eight Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. beginning on Sept. 21st and ending on Nov. 9th
UNBINDING YOUR HEART
Do you long to rekindle your love for Christ, love for others, and to see how that love might overflow into our community? This small group study and practice of prayer, storytelling, and faith sharing is about untying the knots that keep us from living exciting lives in the Spirit and unbinding the Good News that God adores us and everyone else. This just might be a life and faith changing experience with Christ that you don’t want to miss! Cost of the book is $13. Register here.
Facilitator: Rev. Matt Rich
Meets: Historic Sanctuary for six Sunday evenings from 5:00-6:00 p.m. on Sept. 24th, Oct. 1st (4:00 p.m.), Oct. 8th, Oct. 15th, Oct. 29th and Nov 5th
Messy Motherhood is a group of moms with young children who meet on Zoom on Wednesday evenings from 7:30 – 8:30 for 6 – 8 weeks at a time throughout the year to read and discuss a book. Recent topics have included Bible Study, Sharing faith with children, Prayer, and Spiritual practices. At the end of each study, we meet at a local restaurant for a Dutch treat meal and fellowship. New members are welcome at the beginning of each study. Contact Kathryn McGregor at KMcGregor@UnityFortMill.org for more information and to access the Zoom link.
Fall 2024: “Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again” by Rachel Held Evans – September 6th – October 25th
MONDAY MUSINGS WITH MATT
Have you ever had a question Sunday afternoon about the morning’s sermon? Felt like you wanted to dig a little deeper into the scripture? Maybe even thought the preacher missed the main point altogether? The best sermons should be the beginning of a conversation about the gospel, so Dr. Rich wants to give you a chance to “talk back” each week. Come just once or every week with your questions, your thoughts, and a cup of coffee for conversation about and study of Sunday’s sermon and scripture texts. No registration is necessary. Drop-in any week.
Facilitator: Rev. Dr. Matt Rich – firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets: Mondays at 9:30 AM in Room M201 (Hospitality Room)
“THEREFORE,” A GROUP FOR WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS
The Therefore group is designed specially for people who are widowed. Men and women of any age who fit this description are always welcomed.
If you are interested or have questions, please contact Maggie Bost by text or phone at 704-609-5479.
UNITY BOOK CLUB
The Unity Book Club meets once a month to discuss a book chosen by the group. We read a variety of fiction and non-fiction books. A list of books for the upcoming months is available. All are welcome.
Facilitator: Karen Bonds – email@example.com
Meets: 2nd Thursday of the month at 10:00 AM in the Heritage Room – Sept.- June
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY
Study: Ezekiel, Mark, & Philippians
The Wednesday Morning Bible Study group will gather again on September 6th (Wednesday) at 10:00 a.m. in Room M312. This year we will study Ezekiel, Mark and Philippians. This group engages in lively discussions as we explore each book, chapter by chapter and verse by verse. Everyone is welcomed to join in as we read and study God’s words for us. If you are interested in becoming a part of this group please bring you Bible and join us on September 6th. If you have questions, please contact Susan Palmer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Meets: Wednesdays, starting September 6th, 2023