Sunday School is in session!!
Sunday School classes are offered for all ages and stages, including children, youth, and adults.
- For help in locating a class, visit our Welcome Station in the narthex (lobby in back of the church).
- All classes meet from 9:30-10:30 between our worship services (most meet only Sept-May).
- All classes are always open to new persons at anytime!
We have an Open Registration so that students may join our classes at any time during the school year. Simply complete a Sunday School Registration Form and turn it in to the child's Sunday School teacher. When a child enters 3rd grade, we love to present him/her with a brand new Bible. Please let us know how the Bible should be inscribed by completing this form.
- Preschool: Room #6 (main building, downstairs)
- Kindergarten & 1st Grade: Room #19 (main building, downstairs, below Music Room)
- 2nd Grade: Room #18 (main building, downstairs, below Music Room)
- 3rd Grade: Room #5 (main building, downstairs, next to Resource Room)
- 4th and 5th Grade: Room #13/14 (main building, 1/2 of dining hall, downstairs)
YOUTH BLEND CAFE - 9:30 am in the Youth Chapel for breakfast ($5), music by the Praise Band and fellowship/announcements, and then individual class study and discussion by grade.
- 6th - 12th grades classes by age
- includes confirmation classes for 8th/9th grades
At Damascus UMC we have several adult Sunday school classes that vary in age and study style.
Disciple Ship Voyage (DSV) Class
Located: Annex - lower level (detached house east of main building)
Book and life discussions based class with no homework. All books are read together during class time. Contact Cathy Heinbaugh or Jeff Heinbaugh or Don Hecht
Located: Annex Conference Room (detached house east of main building)
Discussion style class that explores a variety of spiritual literature. Reading "Adam, Eve, and the Serpent" by Elain Pagels fall 2019. Contact Kathy/Steve Leslie at 301-253-2580.
Love Feast Class
Located: Great Hall (first floor, by main hall, near stage)
Bible and book study class for adults; discussions are theologically serious, as well as accessible, inclusive, and occasionally humorous. Fall 2019, reading and discussion Gospel of Matthew, led by Neil Dhingra -
Located: Dining Hall/Kitchen side (outside quarter)
Book study class with a focus on Christian conversation to further faith journeys. Contact Jackie Perry -
Pastor's Class - seasonally
Next class: "Our Purpose is Love: The Wesleyan Way to Be the Church" - September 15 - Nov. 3, 2019
Located: Dining Hall/Kitchen Side (inside quarter)
Eight-week study of David N. Field's book of the same title, considering what it means to love God and our neighbor today - and why this is the answer to the conflict that divides and polarizes us. Learn more about John Wesley's understanding of God's love and how we embody God's love as disciples of Jesus Christ. Sign up by emailing Book available on Amazon or in Kindle format.