Adult Discipleship
Wherever you are, or wherever your walk with Jesus is, the point is that there is always room to move – to grow – to press on along the pathway. We hope to help you select discipleship opportunities that fit where you are or where you are going. For more information about Adult Discipleship, please contact Laurel Griffith, Associate Minister.
Virtual Studies
Sunday School
New videos are available every Wednesday at 5pm on Facebook & YouTube, & through our app. Click here for our Sunday School YouTube Playlist!
Monday Night Bible Study
Tuesday Morning Ladies’ Bible Study
June 27th – July 25th
Sapp Conference Room
Facilitated by Laurel Griffith
Rhythms of Renewal: Trading Stress & Anxiety for a Life of Peace & Purpose: Daily struggles with anxiety and stress make it difficult to receive God’s peace. In this five-week study, author Rebekah Lyons draws from her own battle with depression and anxiety and shares a pathway to establish four life-giving rhythms modeled by Jesus that quiet inner chaos and make room for a flourishing life.
Study Guide: $13.50 or order from your favorite book store   Amazon   Christianbook
Wednesday Night Bible Studies – We will resume in August
Other Fellowship Opportunities
Travel Ministry
Senior Adult Ministry meets monthly on Thursday
Next meeting: June 15th, 2023
Montezuma Day Trip
Call the church to RSVP by noon on Monday, June 12th
Knit One, Pray Too group meets monthly on Saturday
Next meeting: August 2023
Sapp Conference Room
Bring your projects or come and learn how knit and crochet. We have lots of fun and fellowship, and of course prayer!
Men’s Fellowship Dinner meets monthly on Thursday
Next meeting: June 15th, 2023
Fellowship at 5:30p; Supper at 6:00p
Kamp Kirksey
Call the church to RSVP by noon on Tuesday, June 13th
Ministerial Scholarship – First Methodist Church of Albany provides ministerial scholarships to individuals who have been accepted into an approved seminary program. Please click here for the application or call the church office (229-432-7407). This gift is made possible through the generous offerings of past and current church members to encourage and support ministerial students.