Journey with us as we seek the way of Jesus and grow in the image of Christ. Our adult ministries

are designed to sustain you along your faith journey and to help you understand where Christ is leading you.

Time: 10:00 am – 10:45 am

Location: First & Second Floors of the Church

Join us for a class specifically designed for 20, 30 & 40 somethings. The class blends traditional weekly Sunday school with modern, daily-delivered digital content that keeps individuals connected with the material throughout the week. Sessions include prayers, Scripture readings and videos.
Contact Christy King and James Durall for more information.

New Beginnings is a class of 40- to 60-year-olds. We have a group of rotating teachers and do several different studies a year. We are very active in supporting the church with volunteering and assisting with any needs. We also have social activities throughout the year including supper groups, picnics and Christmas Parties. For more information, contact Scott and Vicque White. or

Our class of men and women focuses on the study of scripture and application to our daily lives. We range in age from mid-twenties to early forties with the majority raising small children. For more information, contact Niki Williams:

The new class will have an open discussion of our scriptures,  our challenges and our future as a people of faith. We meet at 10am in room 224.

Sunday School Class for women of all ages. Thought-provoking discussions based on contemporary Christian books. For more information, contact Pam Rapp:

Men’s study class for all ages. For more information, contact Ed Adair:

A class of singles and married couples studying the “Adult Series,” which focuses on scripture study and application of everyday life. For more information, contact Don Bortell:

Known for its warm fellowship, this class of mature adults is currently studying the video and book called John, The Gospel of Light and Life by Adam Hamilton. The class is led by a team of teachers including Dede and Doug Speight, Bill Weese, Tom Goldsborough, Alan Lovell and John Leyenberger. For more information, contact John Leyenberger:

An in-depth study of the Bible. We are currently studying the book of Genesis.  Engaging, thought-provoking group discussion that focuses on applying God’s Word to our daily lives. For more information, contact Joe Wood at

Would you like to experience how pastors immerse themselves in Scripture when preparing a sermon? Join Pastor Eric in Scripture immersion every Tuesday evening. We will explore the context of the Scripture lesson for the upcoming sermon and discuss what it meant for the original audience, what it means for us today, and how God might be speaking to us through these texts.
Join us Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm – 8pm in the Gathering Room.
Contact Pastor Eric at if you have any questions.


April 18th, 25th, & May 2nd | Tuesdays | 6:00PM- 7:30PM | Gathering Room

Led by Rev. Eric Meyer and Rev. Rebecca Boggan – No book purchase required.

This 3-week course is designed for new United Methodists and anyone wanting to learn more about what it means to be a United Methodist.

What will I learn?

  • Week1: An introduction to Methodism
    • A brief overview of the history and teachings of John and Charles Wesley
  • Week 2: Theological Foundation
    • Three simple Rules: Do no harm, Do good, and Stay in love with God.
    • The understanding of Grace: Prevenient, Justifying, Sanctifying
  • Week 3: Methodist Quadrilateral way of study
    • Scripture, Tradition, Reason, Experience

Are you seeking baptism for yourself? FUMC, Bentonville would like to be a part of this important step in your spiritual life. In this two-hour session, information will be presented about the sacrament of Christian baptism and how we, as United Methodists, practice and uphold newly baptized Christians in this community of faith. In addition, details will be provided about how baptism is carried out in worship. Participants will have the opportunity to interact and ask questions, so please feel free to raise any questions you may have regarding baptism.

This is a two-part gathering for new members of the church. During the first part, the New Connections team along with Rebecca Boggan, Pastor of Discipleship will share information about the history, programs,ministries and small groups of the church. This is a great way to connect with other new members and get involved.  During the second part we will come together for good food and fellowship and will continue the conversation.

FUMC Runners is a group of runners that meet together to improve spiritual and physical fitness by having a weekly devotional and training together.  The group consists of walkers, new runners, experienced runners and every level in between.  Several of us train for common races throughout the year.

Tuesday 6PM Runs – From April – September we meet at various places around the city and do different hill workouts.  See our Facebook page for the hill of the week.

Saturday 8AM Morning Runs: We meet Saturdays at 8:00AM for fellowship and group runs.  This group meets in the parking lot, opens with a brief prayer and then heads out at many different paces and distances; often meeting up afterward for a cup of coffee or breakfast downtown.

Runners Group is open to everyone and there is no cost to join (with the exception of the devotional book $10 on Kindle, $11 in paperback). For more information, see our Facebook group.

Contact: David Rector HERE for more information.

Women’s Ministry Book Club meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at 12pm in the Church Parlor and/or 7pm at a host home. Contact Brenda Meyer at


If you are living with the challenges of chronic pain related, then joining this group may be beneficial to you. The support group is facilitated by Kendra Adair. The group meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 12pm – 1pm in the conference room.