Discipleship

Spiritual Growth is an essential part of becoming disciples that work toward A Community Transformed. At Anniston First, we strive to provide relevant and engaging discipleship opportunities for every age. Although we provide traditional Sunday School Classes each week, we also work hard to provide interesting spiritual growth opportunities for various interests, life stages, learning preferences, and time commitments. Seasonal studies hosted on campus or in homes, weekly Podcast offerings, United Methodist Women, the Couch Lecture series, short-term and long-term small groups are just a few of the spiritual growth opportunities we provide.

Wednesday Night Classes

 Starting Sept. 8

in Bridge 102 @4 PM & 6 PM

with Pastor Tammy 

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Origins explores the first eleven chapters of Genesis, which are foundational to the Bible and undergird much of our theology today.

 Starting Sept. 8

in Bridge 203 @6 PM

with Stephen LaFollette

& Mary Larson 

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Money…is it good or is it bad? How do we, as people of faith, create healthy relationships with money and possessions? Saving Grace provides the text and tools you need to address the topics of saving, earning, giving, spending, and debt, along with helpful strategies for achieving a sustainable financial life. This six-part study is based on Wesleyan values and helps you reach personal financial goals as well as address life concerns.