Learning & Teaching

There were 31 men and women who joined the trip to the Seminole Indian Reservation museum.

Fort Myers UCC offers a variety of educational opportunities for all ages. We have Sunday School for children, short courses of study for adults, and special events like the September day trip to the Ah-Tah- Thi-Ki Museum on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.  Another great way to learn is by teaching. Participate in leading the Lenten studies, lead a book discussion, or volunteer with Fine Tunings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Sunday School – for kindergarten through 8th grade, offered year-round during the worship service. READ MORE >
  • Adult Study Groups – In 2017,  we completed the third and final part of “Living the Questions 2.0”. The same group of participants went on to study Saving Jesus from the Church: How to Stop Worshiping Christ and Start Following Jesus. New study groups are starting in January 2018 – “Spiritual Biographies”, which runs through March, and a new session of “Living the Questions” in April. READ MORE>
  • On Wednesday nights during Lent, we usually have a study program that follows a light supper. In the past, we have discussed specific passages from Psalms, discussed a book, and learned about organizations in our community that serve a variety of health, safety and environmental needs.
  • Fine Tunings – is an evening program where children are fed a light supper and then receive instruction in music and the arts as well as academic tutoring. We use volunteers from our church family to prepare the meal and do the instruction, and many of the children are also from our church. This is a great opportunity for inter-generational learning! READ MORE >