St. Stephen’s UMC offers adults many opportunities to connect with one another for fellowship, discipleship, and service through a variety of different formats – short term studies, ongoing small groups, exercise groups, crafting circles, book discussions, service groups, and so much more. We are confident that there is a place for you to develop meaningful friendships and grow in your relationship with God. If not, please let us know how we can better serve your needs by emailing Pastor Jiyeon To learn more about what is being currently offered, please check out the fuller descriptions listed below.
Women's Small Groups
Second Cup is a gathering of moms & grandmothers who encourage and pray for each other as they raise their children in the light of Christ. The group meets on Zoom every Wednesday during the school year at 10 a.m. Click here to reach the Zoom meeting. The meeting ID for this Zoom event is 703 506 052
The Zoom password is 9788724.
St. Stephen’s provides a wide variety of Sunday school offerings for adults. Currently these class are meeting online due to the pandemic. To learn more, visit the adult Sunday School page.
Friday Fun Fellowship, Friday, March 19th
Everyone is welcome to join Friday Fun Fellowship, a special game night hosted by Pastor Forrest and Pastor Jiyeon, Friday, March 19th, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., on Zoom (Meeting ID: 844 0811 7825). We’ll share fun and laughter while playing a variety of online games. Stay the entire time or pop in and pop out to meet and make new friends. No sign-up is required. Joining the event by phone will limit your opportunity to view the game screen and chat. Questions? Please contact Pastor Jiyeon Zoom link for the event https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84408117825 Meeting ID: 844 0811 7825
United Methodist Women (UMW)
The United Methodist Women has many different circles that meet regularly. For complete informant please visit the St. Stephen’s UMW page.
St. Stephen’s has numerous musical choirs and ensembles for adults. Please visit our Music page for more information on these opportunities.
The Shepherd’s Center of Fairfax-Burke
St. Stephen’s UMC partners with The Shepherd’s Center of Fairfax-Burke to provide additional programming for older adults. This non-profit organization helps older adults continue to live independently in their own homes. A variety of support services and enrichment programs are provided by older adult volunteers who use the knowledge and skills acquired over their lifetimes to offer assistance to their peers. Robin Lanning is the representative at St. Stephen’s who coordinates this area of ministry. For more information, please fill out an online contact card on our Connect Page.