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Weekday Opportunities

Sunday Classes

United Methodist Women

Six different fellowship circles for women of different ages meet at a variety of times throughout the month for study, fellowship and mission engagement. 

Food for Thought

Wednesdays, 6pm - Dinner* I 7pm - Class

Starting April 25th: Heaven or Hell: What Do You Believe? 

Click here for Heaven or Hell video! 

Every Wednesday evening, you're invited to a community dinner in the Vestry between 6pm and 7 pm. Enjoy a chef-prepared meal with friends old and new. After you feed your body, feed your mind and soul with a mid-week study. Food for Thought features two different study opportunities: a Bible study and a topical study. Studies change monthly, so you can choose a Bible study one month and a topical study the next, without missing pieces of either. For more information, contact Rev. Janet Craswell, Director of Christian Education. *Community dinner available at 6pm, $8/person. College Students pay what you can.

Covenant Bible Study

Thursdays, 7pm, Art Room at Wesley*
Register Here for the New Sessions!
Covenant Bible Study is an in-depth group Bible study in which participants read and discuss the bible together, learning how to love God -- and each other -- better. The 24-week experience covers all the books of the Bible, showing the interconnectedness of scripture while demonstrating how the convenant relationship between God and people is woven through the entire Bible. The course takes place in three 8-week segments; participants need only commit to 8 weeks at a time. For more information, contact Rev. Janet Craswell. *5312 Connecticut Avenue NW.

Racial Justice Discussion Group

Meets Occasionally
(Contact organizers for meeting information and to be included in group e-mails)

We commit to education, reconciliation and support for congregational activities that promote understanding and action for racial justice in our Church and community.
Metropolitan Church affirms that all individuals are of sacred worth. The Racial Justice Task Force comes together for regular times of study, discussion, and reflection focused specifically on naming, understanding, healing, and rectifying the historic and continuing systemic inequalities and injustices experienced by African Americans and other people of color in our city and our nation. We also seek to highlight the unspoken and often unrecognized assumptions undergirding white privilege.

The Task Force welcomes all those worshiping at any Metropolitan location to join us as we seek to develop relevant service and advocacy strategies fitting our specific jurisdictional, geographical and social locations. We trust that we will be guided largely by the specific calls to racial justice work that God places on the hearts of church members. Everyone is welcome to join us. For more information, contact Maynard Moore or Shelley Jeanne Marcus.

We will be procuring resources on racial justice for the church library and providing shorter papers for review & discussion. Some of these may be accessed below: 

Sunday Classes

Inspired Parenting

Sundays, 10:05am, Fireplace Room
Open to parents with kids of all ages, this class is a safe space to share the week's parenting challenges and joys. We talk about helping keep our kids grounded and passing along lessons of our faith. It is a great place to find advice, feel affirmed, and become connected with other parents in our church community. Drop in as you can -- newcomers always welcome. For more information, contact Caralee Adams.

Questions of Faith

Sundays, 10:05am, Conference Room
This group addresses issues of personal faith development and current trends in Christian thought, as well as social and ethical issues in light of the Christian faith. Newcomers are welcome. For more information, contact Diane Moody.

Science and Religion

Sundays, 10:05am, Parlor
This class involves vigorous dialogue on matters of faith and “contemporary thought.” There are visitors and newcomers just about every week. For more information, contact Maynard Moore.

Authentic Community 

Sundays, Noon, Fireplace Room

You're invited to be part of an "Authentic Community," a small group for 20 and 30-somethings who desire a place to vome together with their peers. The vision for "Authenic Community" is to create just that, a group that feels open enought to be genuine with one another. For moe information, contact Stephanie Quammen

Join the Journey

Sundays, 1pm, Wesley*
Are you interested in joining the church? Just want to know more about Methodism and our church? Then we invite you to Join the Journey. For more information, contact Patrick Landau. *5312 Connecticut Ave., NW.