Education & Fellowship
Sunday Morning Church School
Church School is available to people of all ages at North Bethesda United Methodist, meeting each Sunday morning from 11:30 to 12:30.
Church School Classes:
- Book study on The Good and Beautiful God by James Bryan Smith, concerning lessons about God from the teachings of Jesus, highlighting what Jesus said about what God is like.
- Current Events Class with class material emailed to the class on Thursday highlighting an event from the recent news with a brief explanation of the news and relevant Bible references.
- Bible study class on the sermon lessons, focusing on the gospel of Mark.
UMYF (United Methodist Youth Fellowship)
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Vacation Bible Camp
OAKS (Older Adults in Kinship and Service)
The adult collection features the Bible (including various translations and interpretations); Bible commentaries and study aids; church history; Christian life and development; devotionals; church administration; missions; Methodist beliefs and history; other denominations and religions; psychology and social sciences; biography. A small fiction collection reflects spiritual subjects and themes. The Library Committee is open to suggestions for additions, which will be considered in line with the collection policy.
The collection may be searched online. Visit the NBUMC Library page for more information.
Fine Arts Committee
The Fine Arts Committee supports dramatic and musical productions for the church. Recent presentations have included “Quilters,” “Dr. Seuss: Green Eggs & Ham and the Sneetches,” “Noah and the Arkettes,” “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” “The Messiah,” “Man and and God in a Bar,” “Crossing the Line,” “Butterfingers Angel” and an annual Maundy Thursday drama. The Fine Arts Committee also sponsors our Easter Sunrise Service.
For more information on productions, past and present, by our Fine Arts Committee, please visit our Fine Arts Events page.
For groups wanting to rent our equipment, please see link to “Rental Agreement.”
For theatrical groups wanting to rent our space, please see link to “Building Use for Theatrical Productions.”