Sunday Fellowship Time
Reeves Hall – 9:00 a.m. 

Sunday School
Sunday School classes meet following fellowship time in their individual classes.  We believe that a person’s relationship with God is a “faith journey” and a continuing process. We believe, too, that we are strengthened for the journey by being “in community” with other Christians. At City Point United Methodist Church, we hope you will be able to find a Sunday School Class where you can share common interests and beliefs. We offer a variety of study emphasis for adults of all ages, and you are encouraged to visit any and all of the classes.

Room 110: ALPHA studies a wide range of topics, from Bible study to social issues, in an open forum of discussion. Missions include Christmas Providers, adoption of a family through the Community Enrichment Center and monthly giving to needy families. ALPHA gathers regularly for a variety of social activities and supports CPUMC projects.

Room 102: This class is a family of couples and singles mostly 70 years of age and older, although persons of any age are welcome. The class format includes singing hymns, responding to members with illness or other concerns and studying various Bible study literature. 

Room 104: This class studies scriptures related to the current sermon. Often these scriptures are related to the daily lives of the class, resulting in lively discussion with exchanges in personal insights and interpretation. The class is not an age group or a couples or a singles group…it is an adult class for anyone who wants to grow in his or her faith and understanding. 

Room 105: This class is diverse in age, marital, and parental status. The class explores scripture through a variety of study sources and teaching tools. Open discussion and class participation is vital to the spiritual growth of members.

United Methodist Women (UMW)

United Methodist Women shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. Circle Groups meet September – May and General Meetings are held quarterly. For additional information about the below circle groups, general meetings or about the United Methodist Women please email the UMW President at
     RAINBOW CIRCLE Rainbow Circle meets at 11:30 a.m. on the first Thursday of the month in the Duncan Family Life Center. This group is actively involved with UMW and supports many mission activities and service projects. The group discusses a variety of UMW, classical, and current books to see how they relate to our Christian life. Rainbow often has guest speakers and occasionally goes on field trips.  
     INEZ REEVES CIRCLE Inez Reeves Circle meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 9:45 a.m. in the Duncan Family Life Center. Programs include  Bible studies, UMW studies, national concerns, life concerns, book  reviews and more. The group is involved in the ongoing UMW unit activities and  support various mission activities. 
     CRAFT FOR MISSION GROUP If you like helping others and hands-on activities, this is the group for you.  The group has a day group and a night group which each meets once a month on a Tuesday and Thursday, please check the church calendar for exact dates. 
     GENERAL MEETING General Meetings are held quarterly.  For more information about UMWomen contact Ronda Hantz at


A ministry for all men” is what the United Methodist Men of City Point United Methodist Church is all about.  Our mission is  “to help men grow in Christ, so others may know Christ”.  We seek to accomplish this mission through  service and  leadership. The United Methodist Men stand ready to help any other ministry of the church in projects within the church and throughout the community that will help others experience the love of Christ. Throughout the year the United Methodist Men provide leadership in various projects such as:  
¨ A men’s retreat/outing to help men grow spiritually and to examine their role as a Christian man in today’s society. 
¨ Provides scholarships for youth seeking to go to camp. 
¨ Organizes and prepares an annual breakfast for the graduating high school seniors, their parents, and families. 
¨ Provides a scholarship for a graduating senior 
¨ Sponsors the Billy Bob Crocker Cook-Off, an opportunity for men to show off their baking skills and at the same time raise money to help fund the Adult Mission Trip to McCurdy School and Mission. 
¨ Organizes and participates in work days, conducting repairs and cleanup projects around the church. 
¨ Helps to promote the Scouting ministry of the church. 

The United Methodist Men of City Point United Methodist Church meet the first Sunday of each month at 7:30 a.m. and as we break bread together over breakfast, we spend time in fellowship, devotion, and discussion of opportunities to serve and to lead.   For more information about UMMen contact Charles Rand at We invite all men of the church and our community to become a part of City Point United Methodist Men and join us in “ helping men grow in Christ, so others may know Christ.”