Staying Connected During COVID-19

Check out the church’s Facebook page, First Rowlett United Methodist Church. We share information about the church there. Also make sure you are receiving our electronic newsletter. If you are not, but would like to be, contact Kim Bonar, Director of Communications, at

For more information about connecting with a Life Group, 

contact Rev. Nathan Presley at

Descriptions of the various Life Groups may be found HERE.

Adult small groups are great ways to connect and to continue to grow as disciples. 

If you are not currently part of a Life Group or part of a small group study, 

this is a great tool for your spiritual walk.

Let Associate Pastor Nathan Presley know if you have questions

or need help signing up!

Adult ministries at our church are designed to make the big Sunday morning church experience feel a little smaller. We've crafted our environments to help you connect with others who are in the same season of life, forming close-knit communities to navigate the ups and downs of those seasons together. Through classes and small group programs, our main goal is to make adult ministries at our church a place where anyone in our congregation can grow closer to community while ultimately growing closer to Christ. By meeting together, sharing meals, walking through curriculum, studying the Word, and simply doing life with another, the adults in our congregation have a safe place where they can get connected with the resources, support, and friendships to help them live fuller lives in Christ.

Life Groups

We offer a multitude of Sunday morning learning opportunities for adults. There are classes for adults of all ages, with points of emphasis ranging from traditional Bible study to family-focused classes to a class especially for those who come to church alone on Sunday mornings. You're sure to find something that's just right for you.

Sundays at 8:30 & 10:20 am


Mid-Week Bible Studies

Monday Afternoon Women's Bible Study

Currently studying the similarities and differences in the various gospel accounts of the ministry of Jesus. Mondays at 3:00 p.m. in Room 140

Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study:

Composed of multigenerational women, the format of the class includes time for sharing prayer requests and praying for each other in addition to the study itself. Currently In this study we are learning how the whole Bible from Genesis through Revelation connects as one beautiful seamless thread. Wednesdays from 9:00-11:00 a.m. in Room 140

Thursday Morning Bible Study:

Ongoing Bible Study for men and women. This class enjoys learning, laughing and leaning on each other. Thursdays from 9:00-11:00 a.m. in Room 140

Women's Ministries

United Methodist Women: facebook

UMW is an organization of women focused on ministries with women, children and youth. They encourage and support one another in their spiritual growth and personal development. Open to any adult female who has a desire to participate in mission and outreach programs. Meets monthly and on special occasions.

UMW Morning Circle:

This is a group of women who offer support and encouragement to one another. Open to women of all ages and life circumstances. Meets monthly on the 4th Monday

UMW Booksters Book Club:

Sponsored by the United Methodist Women, 

the Booksters is a book club reading books recommended by the denomination’s United Methodist Women. Meets the 2nd Tuesday of every other month, 6:30-8:00pm, Room 140, 

non-meeting Tuesdays meet for dinner at a local restaurant.

Men's Ministries

Men's Bible Study: 

Currently studying Acts. Followed by a home-cooked breakfast. Fridays at 7:00 a.m.

United Methodist Men: facebook

Besides our spectacular annual Fall Men's Retreat, we also offer opportunities to be in service to members of our church who may be in need. For more information, contact Victor Vazquez or visit our website.

For more information about the 2019 Men's Fall Retreat click here.

Golden Classics

Golden Classics is a group of retired seniors who meet monthly for fellowship, entertainment and a wonderful potluck meal together. Entertainment could involve musicians, choirs, book reviews, storytellers, or information and history on local places of interest. The cost each month is $5 and you do not have to be a member of the church to participate. Fourth Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m.

Walk to Emmaus

This 3-Day spiritual retreat has made a tremendous impact on the over 100 members of our church who have attended (including our pastors). More information is available at the Dallas Emmaus website or the Chrysalis website (the youth version for ages 15-24).