Cedar Park First United Methodist Church

Ministries for Adults

Adult Sunday School

All Sunday school classes meet from 9:45-10:30 a.m.

Followers of the Word is a class open to both men and women of all ages, who want to study a book of the Bible or Biblical topics in depth.  They meet in the Conference Room of the Multi-Ministries Building (see map below).  Currently they are studying the Gospel of Matthew. Contact Steve Howard or Todd Greer.

Seekers and Thinkers is a class open to both men and women of all ages, who are interested in a more cerebral approach to faith.  Typically, they watch a video presentation, currently one from Foundations of Western Civilization, and then a free-ranging discussion ensues concerning the ideas presented in the video. They meet in the Sanctuary Library (see map below). Contact Dave Sidney.

The Discussion Group is a class for people of all ages of all ages, who read and discuss a popular book.  They meet in the last classroom on the right (Classroom 5) in the Multi-Ministries Building (see map below).  Currently they are discussing Vital Conversations on Race, Culture and Justice. Contact Karen Packard.

Christian Parents is a class devoted to the issues and concerns of raising children and teens in trying times like these.  They meet in the Sanctuary (see map below) at 9:45am.  They are currently studying Hollow Faith:  How Andy Griffith, Facebook, and the American Dream Diluted the Gospel. Contact Stephanie Talley for more information.

Followers of the Word Sunday school class


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Seekers and Thinkers Sunday school class


Multi-Ministries building. Click to enlarge

Multi-Ministries building. Click to enlarge


Sanctuary Building. Click to enlarge.


The Discussion Group - Sunday School Class

The Discussion Group Sunday school class


Christian Parents Class

Christian Parents Class

Adult Choir

DSC01015-web50cropped2250x1500copyThe Cedar Park First United Methodist Church adult choir is currently comprised of 15 to 20 adults who share the joy of music. This group is a relaxed group that provides both traditional and contemporary music for our 10:45 Service.  During the Service, the choir leads the congregation in hymn singing and often presents an anthem.  This choir also presents larger works during both the Advent and Easter seasons.  We rehearse on Sundays during most of the school year.  Reading music is not a requirement, just the joy to share music with our congregation.
Music ranges from classical works by Mozart and Bach to more Contemporary music by Lloyd Larson, Natalie Sleeth, and others.  We occasionally work with instrumentalists for our larger works, and have various members share solos during the year.  We welcome all to join our family.
If you are interested in participating in the adult choir, please contact our music director and pianist, Jodi Blount, at 512-633-0009.

Easy Line Dancing

DSC01907-web50 600x400 croppedOur beginner line dance class welcomes everyone that wants to move and have fun.  It is exercise that does not seem like exercise.  If you are counting steps, one song can be as many as 100 steps and it is done in an air-conditioned room.  This is not a serious competitive class, we laugh and talk and get to know each other over an hour of fun.  Everyone is welcome no matter what your skill level may be.  We meet in the Sanctuary every Wednesday at 1:00 pm and it is a free class.  Our teacher, Parthenia Keys loves to dance and encourages everyone to give it a try!

Special Needs Ministry

Cedar Park First United Methodist Church currently offers a Sunday School class for adults with cognitive impairments. The class meets weekly at 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the Multi-Ministries building. New members are always welcome. Participants enjoy a rich fellowship time and a positive relevant lesson that is focused on living spiritual principles in daily life. The class is involved in several church wide events such as the annual Pumpkin Patch and Advent and Easter programs. Additionally, participants attend other annual events which include a Valentine dance sponsored by the church and a Round Rock Express game with other adult church members. The class collects a weekly offering and has donated funds to the Hill Country Ministries, the Ronald McDonald House and assisted the church in the purchase of a new piano. For more information please contact Steve Hamman.

Buckles & Bows Square Dance Club

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Buckles & Bows Square Dance Club meets every Wednesday evening at Cedar Park First United Methodist Church from 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.  We enjoy Square dancing, which is Fun, Fitness, and Friendship set to music.  You will not find another hobby like square dancing which is a great social equalizer, is reasonably priced, combines the best of both art and science, is relaxing, stimulating and challenging at the same time, and lets you meet new friends. Square dancing contributes to a healthier and independent lifestyle.
Everyone is welcome; couples, singles and pre-teens (ages 10 & up) to learn to dance, as it is a great family activity.  We use a variety of music to suite all tastes.  Square Dancing takes about 3 months to learn, so lessons are offered in the spring and fall. For more information, go to our website (www.glad2call.com) or e-mail Arnold Gladson at: arnold@gladson.us   Come “Dance in a Square and Make a Circle of Friends”!

 

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Cedar Park First United Methodist Church is host to an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous every Friday evening at 7:30 pm in the church sanctuary.

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We are excited to support a local Tai Chi Society of the USA group. Tai Chi Society classes are weekly on Mondays from 9:30 am until 12:30 pm.
Contacts for more information
Edna Medrano – Introduction to Tai Chi Class (9:30 am)
Peggy Sweet – Beginner Tai Chi Class (11:00 am)