Lone Oak UMC has a wide variety of adult Sunday School Classes, from college age to senior adults:

W. B. Ford Class – A discussion class using Adult Bible Studies as a framework. Age group: middle age to retiree.

Genesis Class – Lively discussion is enjoyed as the Genesis Class journeys through the Bible. Every opinion is valued.

Open Door Class – “The door is open and so are our minds as we seek to understand God’s claim on our lives.” A facilitated open discussion group that welcomes the sharing of doubts, fears, and questions while seeking to be grounded in the essentials of the Christian faith. Study materials: in addition to the Bible, includes a variety from contemporary and classical Christian literature, video series, to programmed study guides and lessons. Topics are selected by the class as a whole. Age group: “The Door is Open to any and all.”

Wesleyan Class – This class is known for its open conversation and unexcelled support for all sides of the discussion. A new member once commented, “I have never experienced so much openness without someone getting offended.” Avid concern is expressed for any who may be discouraged by the “technicalities” of religion, family, or hardships. The Wesleyan Class is strong on outreach and generous with time, love, and money in caring for the church and community. Age group: “Youthful” 50-80

Pre-School/Kindergarten – These young children actively learn Bible stories and how they apply to their lives. Each week provides a different memory verse and Bible actively that the children enjoy.

Intermediate Primary – Eager to learn, this age group enjoys the weekly lessons with Bible-based activities including stories, art, music, and puppets used to re-create the Bible story of the week.