adult Discipleship

Interest Groups

If you are interested in finding out more about any of the following interest groups, contact Chris Fulkerson and he can connect you with the group leader.


    Once a month: February-May and September-December

If you like eating and getting to know those in your church family, this is for you!  Groups consist of no more than 8 people who select their own meeting time and location. Dinner Dates is organized twice a year, in January for months February thru May and in August for September thru December. 


    Dates to be announced

Discover the Journey is a 6-week small group series which unpacks how we seek to make disciples through worship, connecting, serving, and giving. This small group is for anyone, whether you are new to our church, just recently joined, or have been attending for a long time.


    Dates to be announced

We all need a plan for our money. Financial Peace University is that plan! It teaches God's ways of handling money and becoming more fruitful with what you have. Through video teaching, class discussions, and interactive small group activities, Financial Peace University presents biblical, practical steps to get from where you are to where you've dreamed you could be. 

UNITED WOMEN in FAITH (formerly United Methodist Women)

United Women in Faith seeks to connect and nurture women through Christian spiritual formation, leadership development, creative fellowship, and education so that they can inspire, influence and impact local and global communities. Our activities are wide and varied but our missions are built around the care and needs of women and children in our neighborhoods, our country, and around the world. FUMC Graham has 3 groups or Circles who meet once a month and are the backbone of Missions for women and children in our Church.  

Unity Circle

    First Monday of month at 2pm in room 132

Faith Circle

    First Monday of month at 10am in room 132

Friendship Circle

    First Monday of month at 7pm via Zoom


    First Sunday of month at 7am in room 134

The United Methodist Men have two fundraising projects a year, a pancake supper during Advent, and a hot dog lunch after worship one Sunday in the spring. Monies raised go toward their United Methodist Men Scholarship and to help the Boy Scouts. Any food that is left over from these events is taken to Allied Churches of Alamance County Homeless Shelter for the Good Shepherd Kitchen. 


    Various times based on events

If you or your spouse are 50 or over, come join us for fellowship, friendship, and fun. We plan events so that, working or retired, active or less active, you can attend. This might include a relaxing day in the mountains or a tour of a museum. No matter what the event, the time spent together in fellowship is definitely the most fun of all. Come join us and see what fun and new adventures await!