Floris United Methodist Church is committed to building a community that cares for one another and strives to become more loving and less self-focused. One of the ways this is accomplished is by attending a weekly small group or class. It is in this setting that individuals connect and experience authentic community. Community develops out of relationships and relationships develop as group members spend time together each week to wrestle with “how to do life”, check in with one another, and simply enjoy each other’s company.

For more information about groups at Floris UMC, contact Bill Gray, Director Grow Ministries or Carol Edwards, Adult Ministries Coordinator.

Join a Life Group this Summer...

This is a great time to stay connected with people in the church and continue your spiritual journey. Several online life groups are happening this summer that you can be a part of.

Adult Bible Study – Sundays at 10:45 a.m. This is an open group that meets weekly. Register here.

Growing in Faith Women’s Group –  Mondays at 8 p.m. This is a small group of women in different seasons of life, who gather to discuss and share insights into our Christian journey. Register here.

Weekly Sermon Discussions – Mondays at 7 p.m. beginning June 22. Simply watch the sermon and show up to your virtual meeting to discuss it. Register here.

13th Documentary Discussion –  Tuesday, July 7, 7-8:30 p.m. Join in the discussion on this powerful documentary on the 13th amendment. Consider this historical survey that links slavery to today’s mass incarceration and the criminalization of Black men. 13th is available on Netflix. Register in advance for this meeting here.

Racial Reconciliation Monthly Book Group – This group discusses books, podcasts or articles that will help us expand our knowledge of the effect of race on individuals and society and what we can do to achieve justice and equity and become anti-racist. July 19 group will discuss our role as allies, accomplices, co-conspirators, basically what white people should and can do to move the issues of justice, equality and anti-racism forward. August 16 group will discuss what defunding the police means to different people and what that could look like. Register here for one or both of these groups.