Escanaba Central United Methodist Church
Thursday, February 02, 2023



Morning Study
Tuesdays, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Drop off the kids at school, grab a cup of coffee, and come join a fun group of people as we explore faith-based readings.  Each week we gather having read a few pages in preparation and join in discussion of the questions and ideas presented.  The group re-forms with each study.  Child care is available if arranged in advance.  

Wednesday Night Bible Study
Wednesdays, 6:00 p.m.
Join us for Bible study.  It's a relaxed atmosphere of people who want to grow in their Christian life while stimulating their hearts and minds in the life of faith.  There is no preparation and you can join at any time.

Women's Bible Study:  "Living a Life of Balance"

Sundays, 9:15 a.m.

Many of us yearn for balance in our lives.  That precise alignment which will leave all our daily responsibilities in perfect harmony.  As Christians we aren't just balancing our household schedules with work, diet, rest and exercise, we must also consider the spiritual balance of our lives.  How are we handling the balance between faith and sight, between love and obedience, between longing and contentment?  Only God can guide us toward that balance we desire, and it starts with our hearts.  Led by Janet Snowden in Room 9.

Senior High Group

Sundays, 9:15 a.m.

Join Holly Hamilton in the Chapel for open discussions about teen topics.  Often the group will move the discussion to Stone's Deli for lattes.

Middle School Group  (6th - 8th grade)

Sundays, 9:15 a.m.

Wendy DeRouin and Lee Anderson guide these kids though their transition from child to teen with games, discussions and mission projects.  Meet in Room 8.

Elementary Group  (Readiness Kindergarten - 5th grade)

Sundays, 9:00 a.m.

Cat Lindberg along with Pat & Pat Rogers welcomes elementary kids to meet in the Lounge at 9:15 for Bible stories, games and crafts that further their understanding of God's presence in their lives.  The elementary group performs the Christmas pageant each year and comes up with their own ideas of church projects and performances to share with the congregation.