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Life change doesn't happen in large groups. It happens in the context of relationships.

young adult friends talking
friends sitting outside

Custer Road UMC is a place where adults can find an engaging community to learn, grow, serve, and make new friendships.

You’ll find your niche in our Sunday School classes, Small Groups, Bible studies, and various events as you expand your faith.

No matter who you are, no matter where you’ve been, we’d love to have you join us.


Let's Connect

Rev. Danielle Buwon Kim would love to meet with you or help connect you in anyway – don’t hesitate to reach out.

Rev. Danielle Buwon Kim

Associate Minister Adult Discipleship

972-618-3450, ext. 226

Sunday School

We hope you’ll make Sunday School an important part of your Sunday mornings at Custer Road UMC! We have 25 active Adult Sunday School classes to choose from!

All classes meet at 9:45am unless noted otherwise.

Young Adults & Young Families

Family focused class of couples in their 30’s and 40’s that seek to grow together through study, missions, socials and prayer.
We are a class of around 25 couples and a few singles who are in our 30s and 40s. We have kids from newborns into middle school! We enjoy fellowship and learning more about Jesus. We are raising our kids together and lean on one another through it all. We’d love to have you join us on Sunday at 9:45am in B34! Feel free to reach out to Katie Lewis with any questions. We can’t wait to meet you!

40s & 50s

Family focused class of couples in their 30’s and 40’s that seek to grow together through study, missions, socials and prayer.
The Footprints Class members range in age from 40-60 years old, consisting of both singles and married couples, both with and without kids. Curriculum is taught mostly by volunteer class members, covering a wide array of Christian topics. Class members are encouraged to take on a variety of volunteer roles in the church (usher, serve communion, volunteer to work Bed Start, work with youth, etc…). Meets 9:45 a.m. in B4.
We enjoy having a nice dose of fellowship with our faith journey. Our small group consists of married couples with middle school and older children, who meet regularly outside the classroom for socials, scavenger hunts, and occasional mission work. Our studies are a mix of direct Bible lessons and life-application studies. We are always open to new members who love the Lord, laughter and learning.
Married couples, 40’s to 50’s, with children. This class is self-taught.

50s & 60s

We are a group of married couples and singles in our 50’s and 60’s. Our class grows together spiritually with weekly Bible studies, primarily using RightNow Media resources. Recent class socials have included casual park and backyard gatherings, participating in the church’s annual Trunk or Treat event, and enjoying dinner after viewing Addison’s Vitruvian Lights. We are a fun, caring, and social class that welcomes you to join us in learning, fellowship, and service. Join us any Sunday at 9:45 a.m. in (B11) in the basement. For more information, contact Membership Chair Anne Neeley,, or Rev. Danielle Kim,
We are an active and involved group in our 50’s-60’s, couples and singles, with young adult children (college age +). We are self taught. We organize monthly mission opportunities for our class members and we plan monthly social events. We would love for you to join us at 9:45am in room B17 any Sunday. Please contact our Membership Chair Doris Terry with any questions,
Adults of all ages looking for fellowship and spiritual growth.
We are a small group of both married couples and singles with mostly grown children. We range in age from the 40s to 70s! Our class focuses on Scripture with a special interest in the history of the times and we have lots of opportunities to grow together in grace. Join us Sundays at 9:45am in B21 in the basement. For more information please contact Jackie Bumgarner, our membership chair, by email at or Rev. Danielle Kim at

60s +

A “youthful” group of seniors who are “family!” Enjoy good conversation and study of the scripture and keeping track of each other to help each other when there is a need.
Come & journey with singles & couples 60 + as we explore our faith. We are self-taught with a focus on the timeless message of the Bible so “People will know the Love of Jesus”. We are active in missions, service, and outreach of our church. Socials throughout the year offer the opportunity to build relationships so that we can provide care, support, and prayer for each other, families and friends.

Family Foundations is a class of individuals and couples mid-50s and older, mostly with young adult children. About half in our class are grandparents. Ours is a large class, with 40-50 in attendance every Sunday.

  • We maintain a small-class feel by planning many social and mission opportunities with the expectation that not everyone is going to do everything.
  • As our class has evolved as empty-nesters and some move into retirement, our members have become more active as church leaders and volunteers within the church and community.
  • Our members feel ownership in our class’ mission; two-thirds of our members serve on a class committee.
  • Members come from a variety of denominational backgrounds. Some attend without their spouse. Although we don’t all hold the same beliefs, we respect differences and view one another as “family.”

The Fresh Faith Sunday School class is a room full of vibrant, loving, accepting, involved, mission strong, as well as fun empty nesters. Our class lessons are Bible based and are taught by volunteer class members through a variety of media solutions.

Many of the class members are in a variety of church activities such as, Choir, Ukulele, Mission Council, Hospitality and Church Greeters, Front Office Volunteers, Bible Study Leadership, …

The Friendship Class is a dynamic group of couples and singles in our 60’s and 70’s. We strive to serve Christ by serving others through numerous mission projects throughout the year. Biblical studies, led by class facilitators who utilize diverse resources, focus on searching for deeper understanding of Scripture and its application in our daily lives. Members cherish opportunities to socialize and also to step up to care for and nurture one another in times of need. We lovingly embrace visitors and new members, who strengthen our Friendship bonds.
Mainly in our 60’s and thoroughly enjoy our grandkids. We are a self taught Sunday School with a variety of thought provoking and Biblically based topics. We enjoy social events outside of church and are very open to new members.
Adults of all ages looking for fellowship and spiritual growth.
Neighbors in Faith are active 60s and 70s, couples and singles who love worshiping together and socializing! Our class theme is “Joyful Are We” which is on the wall of our classroom! Since we are all frequent travelers, we may have anywhere from 8 to18 in class each Sunday! We are classroom B24 and would LOVE to have you stop by and JOIN US, or just say HELLO!!!

This class is a caring, welcoming adult class with members who are 60+. We enjoy regular socials and excursions. Class lessons are taught by several class members. They focus on how to live a Christian life in modern society using study books and videos based on the Bible and Methodist beliefs.

We’re Positive Thinkers and we all agree
Our class is focused on TLC.
We’re young enough to still be taught
Yet old enough to know what’s what.
We’re high on fellowship in this family of believers
When it comes to love, we’re overachievers.
New friends are welcome in this class
No newcomer test for you to pass.
Missions are especially dear to our hearts
That’s the place the Great Commission starts.
You don’t need a husband, you don’t need a wife
BUT if you do, come as two, we’ll bless both lives.
Try us soon and you will see
How wonderful a choice this can be.

Welcome Class is one of the original Sunday School Classes and has a deep history. Many have come and gone due to the nature of our community. Today with 30 people there are still 2 couples from the original class and several others who have been 20+ years. Most are 60+ in age but 30+ in spirit. Classes are hybrid – church, ZOOM and the park! We know, care and love each other well – good times and tough times – it is a family. Our classes are taught by class members and outside activities are mission led as well as fun social gatherings. Our children were raised at CRUMC and now our grandchildren visit – imagine 3 CRUMC generations! Please come visit us! 9:45 AM. For more information, Debbie Mrazek 214-676-8486.
Adults growing together through deep Biblical study.
We are an all women group from all walks and stages of life; married, widowed, and single which permits us to speak on a very personal level with confidentiality on ongoing issues in our lives. Although, we are a large group (20+), we like to maintain a close-knit, small group attitude through sharing joys and support and prayers for one another. On Wednesday evenings, we either play fun games on zoom or meet at a local restaurant. We are currently meeting on zoom beginning at 9:00am to 10:30am. For more information, please contact Pam Richardson, our membership chair by email at

The United Women in Faith (UWIF) is a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ, to develop a creative, supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.

United Methodist Women has organized “circles” within the unit to encourage smaller groups of women with common interests to meet in order to learn, share and support each other. All groups invite anyone with an interest to visit and become a part of that group.

(Ask your circle leader about making child care reservations. Reservations must be submitted to Children’s Ministry a minimum of four days prior to the start time of said meeting or event. Cancellation of previously-made child care reservations is appreciated.) Contact Gayle for more information.