Dilworth Church is committed to being a community of faith, offering opportunities for you to mature as a Christian. Bible study with other caring Christians is essential to growing in your relationship with God. We encourage everyone to participate in a Sunday School Class and small groups to help you understand your own faith.
United Methodist Men
From "Men of Purpose" Sunday School class to sporting teams, our men enjoy gathering, learning, and serving others. Contact Devin Ware at moc.h1508547650tuosl1508547650leb@e1508547650rawsd1508547650" for more information on outings, studies, and events.
United Methodist Women
UMW is a community of women organized for mission locally and globally with focus on ministries with women, children and youth. Besides financial support for missions, UMW seeks to provide a supportive fellowship for service and spiritual/personal growth for our members. UMW welcomes all women. Dilworth Church's five active women's circles meet in homes or at the church, and the General Meeting for all UMW members meets quarterly for a meal and program.
We offer adult faith formation groups on Sunday mornings that cover a variety of topics and experiences. Classes meet at 10:00 a.m. unless otherwise noted. Please join us for coffee fellowship upstairs in Langford Hall before class.
New Life Group – Are you "Nearly-wed", "Newly-wed", expecting parents, new parents? Are you looking to start a new phase of life with Christ? This is the small group for you! New Life Group meets upstairs in the Children's Building, room 206. Email Sallie Anna for more information.
Explorers Class – Mainly adults in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. Uses a variety of DVD and discussion styles to strive to discern what it means to be a Christian. Meets in Room 208 in the Children's Building.
Bowles Class – Adults ages 55 and over. Meets in the Bowles Room under the sanctuary at 9:45 am. Class is lecture style with time for prayer concerns and hymn singing. They use the Lectionary curriculum.
The Open Door Class – An intergenerational class. The class uses discussion style to cover a mixture of studies on Biblical topics. We will use a variety of studies to discuss and strengthen our Christian faith.
Reading Women- All women who like to read and discuss books, who want to grow in faith, and who are looking for a group of friends to get connected to are invited to join Reading Women. This group, led by Pastor Karen, meets on the third Tuesday of each month. They will read books by women or about women, fiction and nonfiction, funny books, serious books, books with theological or spiritual messages, and books that are nonreligious. In all their reading, they will look for how the story connects us with God's story and our own stories as women. To join the group, email Pastor Karen at email@example.com.
Monday Night Musings (young adult bible study) meets at 7:00 p.m. to dive into scripture and how it speaks to our lives. Contact Sallie Anna Barton for information. Childcare available.
Newcomers Class – Are you new to Dilworth Church, or have you joined recently? If so, you're invited to our next Newcomers Class, which is held four times a year after 11:00 worship. Meet staff, leaders, and other new folks; learn about the church and Methodist beliefs and practices; and find your place to connect and belong. We'll treat you to lunch! To sign up, contact the church office or call 704-333-4173.
Covenant Group – The goal of this group is to bring the participants closer to God, Dilworth Church and each other. The group will meet weekly at the Flying Biscuit at 7:30 am on Tuesdays. Doug Groome and Erin Payton are leading this group. Contact the church office for more information.
Banter & Brew – Adults of all ages are invited to meet up at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery on Wednesdays @ 7:30 for cold brew, warm community, and hot topics. This is casual group, so all are welcomed to pop in and out each week! Come as you are! If you are interested in joining in on the banter, contact Sallie Anna Barton.
Knitting - This group meets after the 11 worship service once a month for fellowship over the needle arts. Experts and beginners are equally welcome as the group works on prayer shawls, hats for cancer patients, scarves for refugees, personal projects, and more! Email Katie McCraw for more information at ten.h1508547650tuosl1508547650leb@w1508547650arccm1508547650kj1508547650.