COVID-19 Update

During the pandemic, we are encouraging adult groups to meet virtually as often as possible, although options are available for in-person opportunities, including outdoor spaces and smaller group gatherings. For more information or questions regarding how we're navigating discipleship during the pandemic, please reach out to Pastor Taylor Smith

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We define discipleship as the continual process of cultivating within ourselves the very things Jesus embodied: namely love, mercy, compassion, and justice. Cultivating these spiritual traits, we believe, can lead to spiritual transformation. But doing so requires a balanced spiritual diet. Therefore, throughout the year we offer three sign-up seasons (Winter/Spring - Summer - Fall) as opportunities for you to evaluate what is best for your soul in this season of your life. Each season, we try to offer a variety of Classes (specializing in Christian Education), Communities (opportunities to simply be in fellowship with others), and Groups (a combination of learning and studying together). Check out our ongoing studies and groups below. And don't hesitate to  reach out to learn more. 

Ongoing Sunday Morning Groups

Sojourners | Weekly | Sun. 10:00am | C4/6 | Online & In-Person

About Sojourners | One of Flower Mound UMCs longest standing Sunday School classes, this lecture and discussion based discipleship group is lead by church lay-members Dick Arp and Terri Rivera. You can expect to meet other people ranging in age from empty nesters to retirees, couples and singles alike. Each Sunday you'll receive a well prepared lecture-style devotional with the opportunity for discussion and engagement. Throughout the week, this class supports one another through shared congregational care, support, and friendships.

Connections | Weekly | Sunday 10:00a | Choir Room | Online & In-Person

About Connections | This Sunday School class is comprised of mostly couples ranging in age from high-school parents to empty nesters. This group decides on curriculum as the year progresses and often shares facilitator roles. 

Cornerstone | Weekly | Sunday 10:00a | C10/12 | Online & In-Person

About Cornerstone | This lecture style Sunday School class is a great place for those looking for a more educational experience. Lead by lay-member Dave Farish, you're sure to get a deep dive into theology, but a deep dive that connects with our daily lives. 

Serendipity | Weekly | Sunday 10:00a | Library | In-Person Only

About Serendipity | This Sunday School class is comprised of couples and singles, parents of young children and some retirees. Though discussion based studies you'll have the opportunity to share life and cultivate your faith through sharing your lived experiences

Young Adults | Bi-Weekly | Sunday 10:00a | Online Only  

About the Young Adults Class | This Sunday School class meets weekly but also gathers occasionally for fellowship events. Welcome to all self-avowed young adults, couples and singles alike. 

**A New Group | Weekly | Sunday 10:00a | B11/13 | In-Person Only  

About this  | This Sunday School class meets weekly but also gathers occasionally for fellowship events. Welcome to all self-avowed young adults, couples and singles alike. 


Pastor's Bible Study | Thursday 9:30a | Online Only

About the Pastor's Bible Study | Another one of Flower Mound UMC's longest standing studies, this Bible study has evolved and continues to evolve over the years. Each new pastor appointed to FMUMC brings with him/her their own style of study and Biblical knowledge. More importantly, this study is a great for ANYONE looking to just stop reading scripture. Each week is stand alone topics so you can jump in and out any time. 

Help PLant a New Sunday School Class 

FMUMC is growing! Join a handful of younger to middle-aged adults who are "speed dating" for the next few weeks to determine if a new Sunday morning group is the right fit. This is a great discipleship opportunity for the 10:00a discipleship hour. For more information contact Taylor Smith

Congregational Care

Are you or is a loved one experiencing illness, major life changes, employment challenges, or feelings of being lost?


Please contact us when you or someone you know may benefit from care. We offer pastoral counseling and referral services or are more than happy to help connect you with community services. 

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