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Sunday School Classes

At the heart of the founder of Methodism, John Wesley’s work were small groups or societies through which members supported one another in ‘doing good of every possible sort, and, as far as possible, to all’.

Join us, try the classes out and see how you might become part of a contemporary extent of Wesley’s vision.


Sunday School classes are an integral part of KidzTown, our Children’s Ministries. Whether the Nursery for infants, hands-on learning for Kindergaten to 3rd grade, or Club 45 for 4th and 5th graders, Sundays in Kidstown are lively and engaging.


The Youth and Young Adults Ministries of Embry Hills UMC meet weekly to offer an inclusive ministry of faith, fellowship, and outreach by sharing the love of Christ with everyone.

The EHUMC Youth program is open to all students from 6th grade to 12th grade, and offers a broad range of additional ministry opportunities for all ages of youth to plug into. The Young Adults programs welcome all young adult (and sometimes just young-at-heart) to join them in their Sunday School classes and activities.

EHUMC Youth is like another family. ~Allyn W.

Meeting with a group of young adults with similar beliefs and similar questions about belief in and outside of Church is the greatest benefit being a young adult at Embry Hills — Rachel F.

Adults talking

Embry Hills offers several different Sunday School classes for adults of all life stages. Classes with long traditions, newly formed groups, classes for parents of young children, adults without children, seniors, mid-lifers, believers, doubters, saints and the less-than-saintly. A growing church with over 50 years of tradition and involvement in the neighborhood, Embry Hills is sure to have a class that appeals to your needs.

Joining a small group of people that you like and who like and care for you, is the key to finding a spiritual church home. Come by, try a few on and see how they fit.

After a twenty some years and two children, my cheerleading outfit no longer fits; my prom dress no longer fits; my wedding gown no longer fits…but Embry Hills still fits. And I’m glad to ‘wear’ it. — Carolyn S.