Wednesday Night Live (WNL)’s mission is to stimulate personal spiritual growth and fellowship. WNL strives to build maturing disciples and maintain an active agenda of informal fellowship. WNL also provides not only FUMC but area residents personal enrichment courses. It gives the people from all three worship services a time to come together for fellowship and study.

Spring 2017 

The Spring 2017 classes begin January 18 and go through April 19. Each Wednesday participants enjoy fellowship during a meal provided by various groups at 5 p.m. in the Family Life Center and classes usually are held from 6-7 p.m. 

On Ash Wednesday (March 1), Lenten soup will be served at 5 p.m. with the Ash Wednesday service at 6 p.m. in the Chapel. 

During Spring Break (March 15), classes will also not meet.

Spring 2017 Classes

For Spring 2017, participants may join any of the following areas of study to improve their Christian life. Each class has a book that costs $10.

Life Lessons by Max Lucado 
Life Lessons with Max Lucado are twelve-week studies with Reflection questions to begin your study, a Bible Reading section with text in both the NCV and NKJV, discovery questions to help you explore the Bible, inspirational thoughts from the writings of Max Lucado, response questions for discussion, prayer, and room for journaling. 

Introduction to Bible Journaling, March 22 - April 19 (Starts after Spring Break)
Bible Journaling is a popular spiritual practice. If you are wanting to learn a new way to connect with God, to fall in love with your Bible, to help with Bible memorization, and to leave a legacy while doing so...join us for an introduction into Bible Journaling. 

Youth

6th-12th graders meet in the Youth Room in the Family Life Center to study a different Biblical series each year. 

Kids

PreK-5th graders enjoy fun Bible study, make crafts, play games, learn new songs, and participate in mission activities.

Nursery

A nursery for newborns to four-year-old children is available. Children experience the love of caring adults.