Find a class or join a small group

We have many exciting and dynamic Adult Sunday School  and other classes that meet evenings or during the week throughout the year at Mt. Zion UMC. Find the one that works for you!

Adult classes vary in age range. Study formats include a combination of lecture & discussion, ranging from Bible study to family and social issues related to scripture. 

 In addition to our existing classes, Adult Education begins something new, hosted by the experienced teachers of our existing classes. 

Sunday School classes meet from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. unless otherwise noted. Open to all who are new or seeking variety in a short-term study format. No registration is required.

Check the current Adult Learning Brochure and Sunday School Brochure for current offerings. Choose a class with the style, format and topics that most resonate with you. 

Contact the class leader or the Co-chairs of Adult Learning for more information: Suzanne Hawkins, suzannedhawkins@gmail.com770-578-1298

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Spring 2020 Adult Learning Brochure

2020 Adult Sunday School Brochure

Sunday School

FaithLink Summer Sunday School

June 21 Topic: 

Law & Order: Race, Police, and Protest

The murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis has sparked protests across the nation and the world. How can we see the anger and frustration of these protests in historical context? As people of faith, how can we work to pursue peace that fully integrates the biblical demand for justice? 


We come together to open our minds and hearts through studies of the Bible and books by Christian authors.

Generally people 50+ years old



We create a space for Bible and faith-based studies where we can open about our journeys with faith and continue to grow through lessons.

Generally people 60+ years old


Open Table

We seek to learn more about our faith, to share ideas about practical application of faith—from raising children to managing careers to strengthening marriages—in this self-taught class with volunteers leading discussion.

Generally parents with children in elementary and middle school


Pairs and Spares

We focus on Christianity in our current culture, environment, and contemporary social issues. We are an active group that enjoys mission projects, volunteer outings, and social events.

Generally people 50+ years old




We are a discussion-oriented class with volunteer facilitators leading us in Bible study and in works by various Christian authors. We take what we learn and put it to practice as we participate in mission and volunteer projects, as well as social events.

Generally people 50+ years old



We focus on Bible studies and life application of the lessons for Christian families. We try to maintain a relaxed fellowship with a small-group atmosphere and an emphasis on service, helping in various missions.

Generally people 40-50 years old with children aged middle school to young adult



This class is seeking those who wish to grow in a relationship with Christ and each other as we all traverse busy lives together.

Lessons will focus on independent weekly studies designed to help young couples and parents, who may find every week attendance a challenge.

Come when you can!

Small Group


Meets September through the end of April.

Are You a Dad?

If so, we have a group for you! Join Dan Edmonds and Jack McCord as they host a laid back gathering of guys every Wednesday night from 6:15-7:15pm in the lounge (room with couches by the gym).  Every week varies from short devotions or  service work around the church, but every week the goal is just to meet and know more guys around the church.  

For Dads with any age children.

Infants may stay with Dad. Childcare available at no charge.

Pastor's Lectionary Discussion Group

Join Reverend Debra Stewart for the Pastor's Class on Wednesday evenings from 6:15 - 7:15 pm. Drop in any WOW Wednesday in the Upper Room for this lectionary-based Bible study. We present and discuss the scripture passage from each week’s revised common lectionary. No prep work required.  Come as you can, each night is a stand alone discussion.

Meets regularly following WOW dinners. Check the event calendar and class schedule for exception dates.



UMW Early Bird Circle

The Early Birds Circle is a group of women who meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 9:30 A.M. in the Youth Center. We put our words into action through various "hands-on" projects throughout the year supporting the Mt. Zion Craft Show, local nursing homes, Mt. Zion shut-ins, MUST, and various charities. We also have a mix of programs ranging from summer field trips to health experts to mission speakers.

UMW Dorothea Circle

We are a special group of women ages 60+ who meet for fellowship, refreshments, and occasionally scheduled programs on the 2nd Tuesday of every other month beginning in February. The meeting place is listed in the church bulletin/newsletter two Sundays before the meeting. 

UMW Susanna Circle

The Susanna Circle is a group of women dedicated to supporting each other through Christian fellowship and reaching out to others in our community, our nation, and the world through our service projects.  We hold monthly meetings in the comfort of members’ homes on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm

UMW Alleluia Circle

The Alleluia Circle is a group of women of all ages who meet for Christian fellowship at local restaurants and members homes one Thursday evening of the month, 6:30 -8:30 pm.  We welcome all women of the church and community. 

UMW Keepsake Quilters

The purpose of Keepsake Quilters is the enjoy fellowship while sewing for charity.  We meet twice a month to sew.  Keepsake Quilters started with the purpose of designing and sewing the craft show quilt.  We quickly expanded our vision into sewing quilts for many charities such as: DFACS, Red Cross, Grand Junction Camp for Chronically Ill Children, Project Linus, Tiny Stitches, and other various charities.

Tiny Stitches Circle

We are very excited about ourTiny Stitches projects that reach out to children locally and globally.  We meet the third Thursday of each month from 9:30 AM - noon.  As women and mothers, we are natural nurturers and enjoy making items that will be used to help new mothers clothe their babies and sweaters that will warm children worldwide during the winter.  Fabric, yarn and patterns are provided.

Contact Genie Neely with questions at


Chancel Choir

The backbone of the music program is represented in this outstanding group of faithful, dedicated musicians. The very best variety of choral repertoire is offered. This choir sings every Sunday and membership is open to all who genuinely want to sing to the Lord. Even if you do not read music or your schedule requires you to occasionally miss rehearsal, come join this exciting choir. Music is rehearsed up to two months in advance.