Participating in Christian community is an essential part of becoming more like Jesus. We offer several ways for you to find a smaller group of people who will walk with you through life's ups and downs. 

Sunday Classes

Beloved Daughters | Prayer Room (first floor)

A group for women of all ages to study God’s Word, grow in faith, and get to know the Father better.

Basic Christianity for Internationals | 223

This is an introduction to Christianity, specifically meant to help people coming from other cultures understand how Christianity works and why we’re so passionate about it.

Living Water | Library (second floor)
Typical Ages: 20s – 30s

This is a discussion-based class, aimed especially at
young couples and singles. 

Foundations | 222
Typical Ages: 30s – 40s

Basic discipleship for young couples and singles.

Covenant | 228
Typical Ages: 40s – 50s

This class applies the Bible to real life, with topics that change every six weeks or so. We have social events every two months.

Prayer Workshop ACTS 2:42 | 230
Typical Ages: 40s – 60s

This class provides an opportunity to learn and practice Biblical prayer and discipleship.  

Faithbuilders | Parlor (first floor)
Typical Ages:  50s – 70s

This class focuses on building and sharing our faith and applying the Bible to our daily lives according to Galatians 2:20.  

Koinonia | 229
Typical Ages:  50s – 70s 

A Bible study centered around “Koinonia” (the Greek word for fellowship) that applies Scripture to our everyday lives.

Cornerstone + Truth Seekers | 220
Typical Ages: 60s – 80s

A Bible study class that incorporates both lecture and discussion, followed by a time of prayer.

Wesleyan Small Groups

This Fall, FMC Core Groups will read and discuss the book “The Class Meeting: Reclaiming a Forgotten (and Essential) Small Group Experience.” This study will help participants gain an appreciation for the small group model that led to significant growth and momentum for Early Methodists and how they can include this pathway to personal transformation in their own practice of discipleship. This model is still relevant for Methodists today, as it will help participants move into a deeper formational experience. Whereas classes and small groups based primarily on an informational model leave group members in awe of the expertise of the leader, the formational model of Wesleyan Small Groups empower every believer to live and share their faith. The expert in these gatherings is not the leader, but is instead the Holy Spirit. By focusing on transformational conversations rather than informational curriculum, the heart of our faith more easily flows through our everyday lives. Register for a group here.

Midweek Daytime Bible Studies

FMC will have two opportunities for daytime Bible study this fall! The studies will be from Seedbed’s The Epic of Eden series by Dr. Sandra Richter. On Tuesday mornings at 9:30 a.m., beginning September 12, Lindy Thomas will facilitate an in-person study of the Old Testament in room 220. On Thursdays at 2 p.m., beginning September 14, Lori Kestila will facilitate an 8-week study of the Psalms via Zoom. Learn more and sign up at

Wednesday Night Connect

Wednesday Night Connect! New name, new times, same great activities for all ages… Starting September 6 from 6:30-7:45 p.m. This semester, we will not be offering a meal on Wednesday nights, so we’re bumping up the start time to help kids and families get home earlier. Activities for adults will include Adult Choir, English Conversation Hour, Loving Our Kids to Jesus: Conversations for Parents, Grandparents, & Guardians with Pastor Blossom Matthews, and Stories of Abraham: Genesis 12-25 with Pastor Nick Matthews. Learn more and RSVP at

Men's Friday Breakfast
Sunny Street Café, Fridays at 7 a.m.

This men’s group meets at Sunny Street Café (2150 N Josey Ln, Carrollton, TX). All men are welcome to come when you can!