Small Groups

There’s no better way to find community or grow in your faith than to find a group of people to connect with.

One of the ways you might find to connect at Arlington Temple is our Sunday Bible study, where topics range from studying the Bible one book at a time to exploring themes like death or immigration in the Bible to how to relate our faith to current events, and discussion and questions are always encouraged. During Covid-19, we continue to meet for Bible study after worship on Zoom, beginning at 11:30 am (see info on our home page about how to join our online worship – Bible study is at the same link.)

In non-Covid times, we also have a Wednesday morning Bible study in the Fellowship Hall. This Bible study is primarily attended by our unhoused neighbors, but everyone is welcome to join in.

Or, you might find a connection with our United Methodist Women group, which meets on the first Saturday of each month at 10 am in the church Fellowship Hall. The focus of their meetings ranges from Bible study to presentations on justice issues to planning outreach events and other opportunities to learn about and live out our faith.

Or, you might want to join our choir (currently meeting virtually) – see more on our Music page!

From time to time we have other groups that come together in person or online for prayer, study, fellowship, and more.  Our young adults often find connection in one of these shorter-term groups.