Adult Ministries

Small Groups for Study & Support

Knit for Christ (KFC)
Come, enjoy the fellowship of knitting. Learn about our prayer shawl ministry and other projects. If your interested contact Dorothy Hager or Ann Peninger.

Grief Share
For those who have recently lost a loved one, it may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now, and you’ve probably found that there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel.

That’s the reason for GriefShare, a special seminar and support group for people grieving the loss of someone close. This group is sponsored by people who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time.

Each one of GriefShare’s 13 sessions includes a DvD Session and Discussion of people who have experienced losses like yours, as well as small group discussion about what you’ve seen on the video. You are welcome to begin attending the group at any session. Each session is “self-contained” so you don’t have to attend in sequence.

If you are interested, please contact Connie Elzey.

Disciple Bible Study

Disciple Bible Study is an intensive course that emphasizes discipline reading of and listening to the scripture.  It results in biblically nourished persons committed to life as disciples.  Disciple began in The United Methodist Church in 1987.  Myers Memorial UMC graduated its first class of Disciple students in 1993. In May 2017, we celebrated two more classes of Disciple graduates and look forward to more classes beginning in the fall.  If you are interested in participating in a Disciple Class, please contact Connie Elzey.

Adult Sunday School

Sundays at 10am

United Sunday School returns to E105. Contact: Tresca McSwain (

Open Minds is moving to the new adult wing of the education hallway in room E104. Contact: Jennifer & Mike Rhodes (

Contemporary Class is moving to the new adult wing of the education hallway in room E106.  Contact Angie Flake (

Asbury Class will resume meeting in the Asbury Room on the CFC hallway in room CFC106.  Contact Gail Horn (

Rejoicers will resume meeting on June 13 and for the time being will gather in the new adult wing of the education hallway in room E103. Contact Debbie Brown (

New Life Class returns to the New Life room E02 on the first floor.  Contact Wendy Wade (

Sunday School is expanding! A new adult class is being formed and will meet on the first floor in room E04.  Louisa Suggs and Chris McCullen will be taking the lead as this group becomes established.  The class will be based on current events yet steeped in the Bible.  News is inevitable – whether it be good or bad, but what better way to extract hope from this is to juxtapose Scriptures as tools to persevere and navigate our daily walk in Christian Faith. Interested in trying it out?  Contact Louisa Suggs ( or Chris McCullen ( or show up on Sundays!

United Methodist Men

The United Methodist Men meet the 1st Sunday of each month at 8:00 AM for breakfast, Business, and a Devotion. UMM hosts an annual BBQ to raise funds for church mission and ministries!
The Michael McSween Memorial Scholarship is made available by the Myers Memorial United Methodist Men, Gastonia, North Carolina and fund administration is by a Scholarship Committee of the United Methodist Men.  A Scholarship Committee will grant annual scholarships of varying amounts to rising college freshmen who meet certain criteria.
2019 Recipient
Lauren Snyder



United Methodist Women

The United Methodist Women currently has 2 Circles that meet on a monthly basis.
The JOY Circle meets the 2nd Thursday at lunch time.  The Koinonia Circle meets on the 3rd Tuesday at 6pm at Panera Bread on Franklin Blvd.  Come and be part of one of Circles, we have one to fit your needs!
There is a women’s only bible study that meets Wednesday mornings from 9:15 to 11:00 AM with the exception of the summer months, for a variety of Bible Study topics and series.

Support Groups

meets on Tuesdays at 11am in the Asbury Room.  Enter the building through the portico entrance.  Park in the parking lot behind Bank of America.
At Al-Anon Family Group meetings, the friends and family members of problem drinkers share their experiences and learn how to apply the principles of the Al-Anon program to their individual situations.for persons and families with substance abuse problems.
NA: Narcotics Anonymous
meets on Thursdays at 7:30pm in the Youth Lounge.  Enter the building from the back side of the church’s education building (in the lot connected to the Pumpkin Patch area).  NA is a nonprofit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.