Sunday School Classes
Cayce UMC offers Sunday School classes for all age groups. We cordially invite you to visit each class before joining one. When you join a Sunday School class, then you truly begin to feel like part of our church family. Besides the regular Sunday morning programs, Cayce’s Sunday School class members frequently participate in church mission projects and meet on occasion away from church for friendship and fellowship. Sunday School classes meet from 9:30 – 10:15 a.m. Listed below is information on classes that may be of interest to you.
The Seekers Class welcomes people of all ages, but the current age range is age 50 and above. The class provides Bible-based Sunday School lessons along with “lots of Christian love, support and caring.” The class offers several Christian fellowship socials during the year which includes dinner, entertainment and games. Members strongly support several Cayce UMC missions including Epworth Children’s Home, Oliver Gospel Mission, Harvest Hope Food Bank, God’s Helping Hands, Paul Hamelryck Africa missions, Wood Yard Fund, Cayce’s UMC School Book Bag Program, Lake Junaluska Methodist mission as well as providing support of all types for the Cayce community. Contact Zollie Miles at (803) 356-8640 for more information.
Members of the Journey Sunday School class are between the ages of 30 to 50. The class provides Biblical lessons with real-life application to the lessons in group discussions. The class members also “like to have fun” in their discussions. Generally, class members meet once a month after Sunday services for fellowship luncheons. Class members also assist periodically in Wonderful Wednesday Night supper services and in the annual Vacation Bible School program. For more information, contact Stuart Ford at (803) 261-7152.
Members of the Friendship Class range in age from 60 – 95, but everyone is welcomed! The class has open discussions on Bible-based lessons. Class members chose their name because their focus is on “helping others, expressing their love for each other and sharing kindness and caring.” Class members also meet socially three or four times a year. The Friendship class members provide support to God’s Helping Hand, Paul Hamelryck Africa Missions, Meals on Wheels, Cayce UMC VBS and the Samaritan Purse shoebox project. For more information, contact Joe Brown at (803) 394-1759.
Members of the Room 32 class ironically meet in Room 8 of the church. As with all of Cayce UMC’s Sunday classes, everyone is cordially invited to visit, but Room 32 members range in age from 40 – 70. The class holds classroom discussion on the Bible-based Sunday School lessons, but a sense of humor is required. Outside of the class, the members periodically schedule interesting and entertaining road trips to points of interest for the members. The class members also support church projects such as the Salkehatchie youth project, Samaritan Purse shoebox project, Wonderful Wednesday Nights, Vacation Bible School, and Christmas Tree-lighting services. The class also adopts a needy family at Christmas and at the beginning of the school year. For more information, call Lynn Hutchinson at (803) 794-1340.
Friends in Christ
This small but intimate Bible-based class is designed for adults age 40 – 70 years old. Visitors are cordially invited to attend Friends in Christ and share in the spiritual joy and excitement of walking with Christ. The class members hold periodic cookouts and seasonal get-togethers throughout the year. These members meet in the church parlor. For more information, contact Hubert Smoak at 794-8646.
The nursery at Cayce UMC is available for infants to three year olds. It is open during Sunday School, Worship, Wonderful Wednesday Nights, and most special events. Parents of new children are requested to complete information forms providing the child’s name, address, health status and allergies. Snacks are provided but you should bring diapers. You will receive a pager that will vibrate should the nursery staff need you. You can worship comfortably knowing your children will be lovingly cared for by adults who provide a warm, welcoming environment.
Preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary
Students meet for Sunday School upstairs in the educational building. They enjoy Mrs. Lisa Fisher’s energetic teaching style, creative lesson plans and fun crafts. In addition to their Bible studies, this summer the class is studying an animal that displays a characteristic that God does or does not want us to have as His followers.
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