Disciple 3 Bible Study
This Bible Study is held on Sunday evenings at 4:00 led by Rev. Brennan Peacock. "Disciple Fast Track Remember Who You Are" examines the connection between memory and identity as the people of God. Participants will study the Old Testament Prophets for 12 weeks and then the Letters of Paul for 12 weeks, finding common themes including calls to remember, calls to repent, calls for renewal, and calls for community.
Prior participation in Disciple 1 or 2 is not necessary - New participants are welcome to join anytime!
There is a Sunday School class for the Children of God of ALL ages, from Nursery to Senior Adults.
Join us every Sunday at 10:00am.
Women's Bible Study
A Women's Bible Study takes place via Zoom on Tuesday evenings at 6:00pm. This fall, the focus is on Elijah using a study from Priscilla Shirer. This study is facilitated by Sandy Walker and led by Heather Denardo. Contact the church office for the Zoom link.
Brown Bag Bible Study
The Brown Bag Bible Study is a small group with various volunteer leaders that meets every Tuesday at 10:00am in the Dei Center. Since their formation in 2009, they have studied Genesis through Revelation and have returned to the book of Genesis.
New members or occasional attendees, women, men and youth, are always welcome. No one is obligated to lead if they do not want to. The group no longer brings a lunch, but no one would object if anyone wished to do so. Everyone is invited!
A ministry of Luverne United Methodist Church
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program based on the Beatitudes. It is currently being used in over 3500 churches nationwide and internationally. Celebrate Recovery Luverne is a ministry of Celebration Ministries. The leadership team is comprised of individuals and members from several different churches and ministries from Crenshaw County.
Celebrate Recovery was written by Pastors Rick Warren and John Baker. The purposes of Celebrate Recovery are to fellowship and celebrate God's healing power in our lives through the 12 Steps and 8 Recovery Principles. This experience allows us to "be changed". We open the door by sharing our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God's grace in solving our life problems.Click here for more information.