Finding a group is a great place to connect in community with each other! We have a variety of groups and classes that are structured to you with other people who are walking your same path. We hope you are not overwhelmed by these choices, rather that you are able to find your perfect fit! You are invited to experience life-giving community alongside your peers through Christian fellowship.


January & February 2022

Raising Young Disciples

Raising Young Disciples Led By Rev. Michael Precht

Kick-Off Dinner January 23 | 5:00 PM | RSVP at

Class Begins January 30, 2022 | Sunday Nights 5:00 PM | Room 210

Dauphin Way UMC Parents are highly encouraged to attend the dinner and class! You will not want to miss out on ways to help you and your children navigate life.

Lessons of the African American Church in Methodism

Lessons of the African American Church in Methodism Led By Rev. Frederick Outlaw

February 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th |2:00 PM | Dauphin Way UMC Moore Hall

Each lecture is presented by Rev. Frederick G. Outlaw from Toulminville-Warren Street UMC.

Dauphin Way 101

DW 101 Led By DWUMC Pastors

Every Sunday Morning | 9:15 AM | Dill Parlor

Dauphin Way 101 sessions begin on the First Sunday of each month. This class is perfect for someone who is new to Dauphin Way or the Methodist religion, or for anyone who would like a refresher course. During this class, participants will receive an introduction to Dauphin Way, the Christian faith and the United Methodist Church.

Participants will also have the opportunity to join our Dauphin Way UMC Church Family.


We are a traditional Sunday School class of older adults who believe Christian education is a life-long pursuit and a faith journey that never ends. The class utilizes an approved Methodist curriculum reinforced by the life experiences of our members. We are also a fun-loving, diverse group. Some are retired, some still work every day, and we disagree on a variety of subjects, from football teams to politics and the environment. Our overarching principle is to make everyone feel welcome.

We hope that you will join us on Sunday mornings, but be warned, our visitors usually become members!

This heavily discussion-based class is comprised of adults of all ages. The teaching team rotates weekly among class members. Scriptural studies, theological studies, as well as studies of current events from a perspective of faith provide the foundation for study and discussion during class each week. This class frequently tackles the difficult issues of faith with open minds and open hearts.

We welcome new members in the same way – with open minds and open hearts!

This class of women enjoy reading, studying and comparing the theology and writing of various authors. We are centered around stimulating discussions of the topics we study, and members take turns leading the class. In addition to our Sunday morning class, we enjoy social activities together, such as seeing movies or having meals.

We invite our seeker friends to join us for thought-provoking discussion and encouragement for growing in faith.

Need to connect? Join Elizabeth and Bobby Percy with co-facilitators Fran and Randy Lyons in the launch of this new Sunday School class. Covenant’s first study will feature The Bad Boys of Easter. Come explore how three men refused to abandon their quest for control and surrender to the Savior of the world.

The Fellowship Class includes mostly married couples in their 30s and 40s with children. We discuss Bible-based curriculum, alternating between topical and scriptural studies. We enjoy meeting together as we strive to grow spiritually.

We would love to have you join us!