We are all on a spiritual path. Whether you are curious about God, just coming back to faith, or a believer your entire life, to be a disciple of Jesus means to be continually growing closer to Jesus and each other. Everything we do at EUMC is linked to the Disciple’s path.

EUMC Discipling Process – It’s all about Grace!

Invite: Prevenient Grace ⇒ Commit: Justifying Grace ⇒ Grow: Sanctifying Grace ⇒ Serve: Glorifying Grace

Women’s Monday Bible Study

Dates: Mondays, October 3 – December 5
Study: “Healing the Soul of a Woman” by Joyce Meyer
Times: 10:00 am or 6:30 pm
Location: Fellowship Hall 1 & 2
Facilitated by: 10 am Kim Adkinson & Pat Vandyk
6 pm Kelly Hibbard
Cost: workbook $5, optional book $10

“Whatever your story looks like, God is with you, and He wants to heal you.  It doesn’t matter how deep the hurt…how long it’s been…how big or small your wounds may be.   Jesus can heal you everywhere you hurt! Begin taking steps that will lead you to total restoration and freedom, so you can be everything God has created YOU to be.”



Dates: Mondays, September 12 – November 21 * Class will meet Monday & Wednesday in November
Time: 3:00-4:30pm
Location: Room 102
Facilitated by: Pastor Don, Jim Beamguard, and others
Cost: Workbook $20, scholarships available

This 13 session, Biblically centered support group helps with processing grief and gives tools to use to promote healing. Each class is self contained and you can join at anytime during the 13 sessions.

Men’s Monday Night Bible Study

Dates: Mondays, beginning September 12
Study: “The Secret To A Joy-Filled Life-The 4:8 Principle” by Tommy Newberry
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Location: Room 100 in the Lampp (Admin) building
Facilitated by: Jerry Hein
Cost: $10 for the book, scholarships are available

New people are welcome to join at any time. A good study Bible is recommended and is available to those who don’t have one. Registration is not necessary. Just come to class! If you have questions, please contact Joyce in the church office. 941-474-5588.

Wingman Nation

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A ministry to help men connect with other men, support each other through life’s challenges, and equip them to be the men God created them to be. An evening of food and fellowship for the men of Englewood UMC and the Englewood community. 1 Corinthians 16:13-14 Be on your guard. Stand firm in your faith. Be brave, strong and men of courage. Do everything in love.

Dates: Weekly on Thursdays
Time: 6:30pm
Location: Rooms 100 & 102 in the Lampp (Administration) Building

Adult Sunday School Classes

You are welcome in any of our adult Sunday school classes and are invited to drop in at any time.  If you have questions, please call the church office during the week, Monday-Thursday, 8:30-4:30.  914-474-5588

Working Class: 9:15-10:30, Room 102. This class is led by Carol McCallum. They use Bible based curriculum and books for weekly study and discussion in class. 

Pathfinders: 9:30-10:30, Room 100. This class is led by Karl Young. The class chooses a book which is taught in a relaxed lecture style. *Currently on Summer Hiatus. Will resume in October to study Prophecies of the Bible by Daymond R. Duck.*

Faithlinks: New Time! 5:00 by Zoom to allow members to attend church. Current events are discussed from a Christian point of view. Participants take turns leading each week, but the organization of the class is led by Jeff Moyer. Please call the church office to receive the Zoom link.      

Faith Works: 3:00 pm by Zoom. This class is led by Tom Scholtens. The curriculum varies but usually is a commentary on a book of the Bible. Please call the church office to receive the Zoom link.  

Walk to Emmaus

Men’s Walk: September 8-11
Women’s Walk: September 15-18
Location: DaySpring Episcopal Conference Center, Ellenton, FL
Cost: $225 which covers lodging & food – sponsorships available
Deadline to register: August 8

The Walk to Emmaus is a spiritual renewal program intended to strengthen the local church through the development of Christian disciples and leaders. 

The experience begins with a 72 hour short course in Christianity, comprised of 15 talks by lay and clergy on the themes of God’s Grace, disciplines of Christian discipleship and what it means to be the church.  The program is wrapped in prayer and meditation, special times of worship, and daily celebrations of Holy Communion.

Following the three day course, Emmaus leaders organize participants into small groups that meet regularly to maintain and expand the Emmaus Community.  The members of the small groups challenge and support one another in faithful living. Participants seek to Christianize their environments of family, job and community through the ministry of their congregations. 

If you have taken you Walk to Emmaus Journey, it is time to sponsor a Pilgrim! All sponsors and pilgrims need to complete sponsorship forms which are available by clicking below

Contact: Garry Doss, 614-395-0078 for more information