adult ministries

  • Disciple iv Bible study

    Sundays following worship

    in the 5th/6th grade classroom

    begins Sept 19, 2021

    Disciple IV, Under the Tree of Life, bible study concentrates on Old Testament Writings, the Gospel of John, the Epistles of John, James, Jude, and finally, Revelation. Emphasis on the Psalms as Israel’s hymnbook and prayer book leads naturally to an emphasis on worship in the study. If you are interested in this rewarding, 32-week bible study, contact Pastor Jonathan.

  • Monday Evening Adult Bible Study

    Mondays at 7:30 pm in the Parlor Conference Room

    Resumes on Sept 13, 2021

    The fall session of the Monday Evening Bible Study Group will continue with our study of the book of Hebrews. Interested in joining our group?  Contact Iva at office@bayumc.org or Ron Smith at smirg@lor.net for more information.

  • Second blessing

    sundays at 11:30 am in the Parlor

    resumes Sept 19, 2021 for 7 weeks

    Second Blessing is an opportunity for adult participants to enjoy a short-term DVD and book study which can enhance their church experience and add another level of understanding to their faith journey. We draw from popular authors such as Adam Hamilton and Max Lucado, and present programs in the fall, at Advent, and during the season of Lent. Look for current notices in the weekly e-news and bulletin. Contact Iva at office@bayumc.org or Ron Smith at smirg@lor.net for more information. 

  • Home Groups

    Home Groups are a unique opportunity to have a closer relationship with members of your church family whether through book discussions, speakers, service or the design of your groups choice. Our church currently has three home groups  and there are always opportunities to start your own.


    Interested joining or starting a home group? Contact Iva at office@bayumc.org for more information.

  • Grey Eagles

    Third wednesdays at 9:30 AM in Fellowship Hall

    Resumes Sept 15, 2021

    Bay UMC's Grey Eagles group consists of senior men of the church who have banded together to accomplish the following purposes: to provide fellowship for the older males of the church, to strengthen their connections to the church, and to increase their personal connections to the beliefs of the church. Meetings include programs about the church, the community, and social issues. Gray Eagles also maintain contact and assist senior men who are ill or disabled. They also provide assistance to the church through prayers, attendance, gifts and service. Contact George Christ at gchrist44140@yahoo.com for more information.

  • UMW (United methodist women)

    Bay United Methodist Women support the mission of the church and the ministries of women and children globally through the Women's Division channel of undesignated giving. We are a varied group of women who meet in Circles on a monthly basis. For more information, visit the Bay United Methodist Women webpage.