DAC- Discipleship and Administration Center
HC- Hallelujah Center
FLC- Family Life Center

Sundays

8:15am

Fresh Start - DAC 416

Couples and singles with study interests in Wesleyan education facilitated by members. Class uses four to eight week studies with videos.  Ages 55+. Contact- Mike Johnson

9:30am

Bible Journey - DAC 412

The class studies a book of the Bible (switching between Old and New Testament) studies and discusses one to two chapters a week.  Very little out of class preparation is expected/required.  Couples and singles take turns facilitating lessons.  Age 40 to 60. Contacts- Julie Sizemore or Alan Buchanan

Discovery - DAC 410

The class studies subjects using DVD media to cover a series of broad Christian topics in a Sunday School setting and with face to face discussions and comments by class members. Social activities outside the classroom includes dinner parties  through out the year hosted by class members. Couples and singles, baby boomers and older. Contact- Ken Woodall

Friends in Faith - DAC 416

Discussion-based group studying a variety of topics including the books of the Bible and current events.  Ages 35-55. Contact- Mark Wright, 817-680-2792

Life Quest - DAC 413

Couples and singles, with or without children, are on the quest for spiritual growth and Christian connection. All ages are welcome. Current class members range in age from 30-60. Contact- Dan Hester

New Life - DAC 407

You are welcome wherever you are on your spiritual journey. Our class thrives on non-judgmental, open discussion guided by tradition, reason, experience, and scripture. We explore the writings of Marcus Borg, John Shelby Spong, Adam Hamilton and other writers.  We have studied world religions and visited other faith communities to foster understanding. We search for ways to put our faith into action and welcome opportunities for service in our church and community. Contact- Carl Johnson

Open Door - DAC 408

This class has an open discussion format on a variety of topics using books selected by popular choice. Married and singles, age 60+. Contacts- Toni Bliss and Becky Parks

Pathfinders - DAC 417
This is a talented group of involved Christians that serve our church in multiple capacities. They are devoted to following the teachings of Pastor Hayes by delivering Sunday School lessons that are relevant to our daily Christian living as well as filling the purpose and expectations that God has so clearly outlined for our lives. Currently studying books from Adam Hamilton. Age 45 and over, couples and singles. Contact - Richard Valenta

Seekers - DAC 409

This class is Bible-centered, seeking to equip and enable its members to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. Primarily expository in nature with class input and discussion. Senior adults, mostly retired. Contact- Jim Nagel

Wesley - DAC 415

The Wesley Class is an over 50 group of Christians, who's class was started in the small church on Pecan Street and still going strong. We love to discuss Old and New Testament material and we have also studied authors such as Rob Fuquay and Max Lucado and others. We love to discuss and discuss until everyone has had their say. We support many of the projects of the church including The Arlington Life Shelter. We are famous for our First Sunday Birthday Breakfast ( even if there are no birthdays for that month). Contact- Sandy McAfee

11am

Faith, Fellowship and Fun - DAC 416

This group gets together every Sunday for Bible study. On Wednesday nights they volunteer, go on fun outings or just eat together as a community. All ages welcome; most are in their 30s and 40s. Contact- Peter Sensenbrenner

Homebuilders - DAC 408

Class has lively discussions pertinent to the book being read. We encourage newcomers and participation in church activities, mission trips, and community support. We laugh a lot and offer support to each other in times of need. No before class preparation required.  Mostly couples, ages 40-60. Contact - Laurie Burke

Marriage Enrichment - DAC 407 

Whether you have been married for days or decades, please join us in studying The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman  This study will enrich your marriage by providing new perspective on the different ways affection is communicated in a relationship. Books may be purchased for $10 online or you may bring your own. Please RSVP and let us know you are coming! Contact - Ashley and Kris Swanson

Advocate - DAC 417 

We strive to be a community of people who live into the belief that all are created equal. We encourage advocacy of organizations that support the most vulnerable and marginalized in our communities and we seek to find opportunities to serve the community around us as well as educating ourselves of relevant social justice issues. Contact - June Johnson


Monday

9:30am

Sisters of Sewing Circle (S.O.S.) - HC 3/9

This a United Methodist Women's group who gather once a month to make items for mission projects and learn new sewing/quilting techniques. In the past we have made pillowcases for a women's shelter, clothing for children in Haiti, sewing kits for a group of women in Africa and numerous items for the annual UMW fundraiser to raise money for global missions. We meet the second Monday of the month (September-May). All women interested in sewing/quilting are invited to join us! Come join the fun and kinship! Click here for current schedule. Contact - Julie McLauchlin, 817-337-2790 or Gloria Faver

10am

Toddler Playgroup - Offsite

Moms, dads or grown-ups of toddlers! We invite you to join our weekly playgroup. Take part in a variety of activities with your little one while making friends with other children and parents from Keller UMC.  Contact - Kristal Haskins 
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11am-12:30pm

Womens Monday Morning Bible Study - DAC 410

This women's group participates in a Bible study three times a year - Winter/Spring, Summer and Fall.  Each semester, the class chooses a book for an in depth study. Although the majority of women are over 50, we encourage women of all ages to attend the group. This group provides encouragement and support of all members. We have a social afternoon gathering at least once throughout the semester of study. In addition, for the last class of the study, we meet at a restaurant for lunch and complete the last chapter of the book. Contact - Meryl Babcock and Susan Padgett

7pm-8:45pm

Women's Summer Evening Bible Study - DAC 411

This study will allow us to learn from Jonah's story how interruptions in life might actually lead us to the great things that God has planned for us. This is a seven-week study of Priscilla Shirer's book, Jonah: Navigating a Life Interrupted. We will meet from 7-8:45pm June 4-July 23. The evening will include a 30-45 minute DVD lesson by Priscilla and discussion over the previous week's lesson in the study book. Light snacks will be provided. Pick up or download your copy of the book and RSVP so that we know you are coming! Contact - Debbie Hatfield


Tuesday

10-11am

Holy Yoga - DAC 409/412 

Slow flow, all levels welcome. Bring your own mat and water bottle (if you have a strap and block too, great!). Childcare available by reservation - email Victoria. Contact - Annie Ewing

10-11:30am

Mary Circle - DAC 415

This United Methodist Women's circle meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month (September-May). All women of the church are invited. Contact - Robyn Childress
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10am

Prayer Covering Ministry - HC 3

This ministry promotes community and prayer by making lap size quilts, shawls, and afghans for individuals in need of comfort because of illness, loss of a loved one or are in the midst of a crisis. The creation of these coverings are made at home and prayed over at our meetings where we share ideas and get help if needed. Meets second Tuesday of the month (except June, July, August and December). Contact - Lisa Lerner, 817-235-7765. 

11:30am-12:30pm

The Upper Room Group Study - DAC 416
Christ said where two or more gather together in his name, his presence will be there also. This connection group gathers together weekly (September-May) for community and discussion, and to listen for God's guidance using the meditations from the Upper Room magazine devotionals. Contact: Kathy Pappy

6:30pm

Bibles and Brews - What's On Tap, Keller Town Center, 201 Town Center, Suite 1107 

Do you like beer? Have you ever picked up a Bible? Come have a pint at our new connection group. We’ll meet at What’s On Tap and spend time digging deeper into the previous Sunday’s sermon and how it might connect to our daily lives. Beer drinking optional. Contact: Trey West


Wednesday

9:30am 

Crafty Crafters Circle  - HC 9
This United Methodist Women's circle meets on the first Wednesday of each month  (September-May) for a variety of projects while enjoying kinship with coffee, tea and snacks. Contact - Janette Gerig 
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6:30-7:45pm 

Empty Nesting  - Meets in group member homes
This group connects moms who are "rearranging their nest" and creating a new normal. This is a place to share your experiences and navigate this time in your life in a safe environment. This group will meet through April 25 and will resume in the Fall. We will be using the book, Rising Strong, by Brene Brown. Purchase a copy here. RSVP to Victoria Wilson and let us know you are coming! Contact - Kim Kuhlman


Thursday

10-11am

Holy Yoga - DAC 409/412 

Slow flow with chair modifications. All levels welcome. Bring your own mat and water bottle. Contact - Annie Ewing

6pm
 

Esther Circle  - HC 7
This United Methodist circle meets the third Thursday of each month (unless otherwise noted). Social time begins at 6pm and the study begins at 6:30pm. Contact - Kara Hammonds
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Friday

10am 

Reading Express Circle - DAC 416
This is a United Methodist Women book club that meets the third Friday of each month (September-May). Book titles are chosen from the approved UMW reading list and cover subject matter that falls under the major headings of Education for Mission, Nurturing for Community, Leadership, Spiritual Growth and Social Action.  Every few months we choose a book from outside the list, which covers a topic that is of interest. All adults interested in reading and discussing books are invited to join us. Contact - Julie McLauchlin, 817-337-2790

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