Christian Education For All Ages

An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge. Proverbs 18:15

Christian education is a lifelong process of learning, believing, growing, and serving. Christian education is a never-ending process. When people learn to follow the example of Jesus Christ, they become Christian examples, revealing the love of God through their own actions at home, at work, at play, at church, or anywhere they may be.

Christian education is not something we do once as children-then when we get older, we've simply got it. No, Christian education is a lifelong process. The lessons of Christian education make it possible for us to practice love and to live as children of God.

Please call the church office for more information on our current adult and child Christian Education opportunities at 608-249-9222.

Life-Long Faith Journey

Always remember what you have learned. Your education is your life—guard it well.
Proverbs 4:13

Bashford UMC offers continuing Adult Education through weekday Bible Study, Book Club and Advent/Lenten Studies, to name a few. Adult Education classes support the life-long journey of spiritual transformation through a range of class topics. It is grounded in scripture, informed by Christian tradition, enlivened in experience, and tested by reason. We believe that we are all called to learn and all called to teach. Our response to this call is essential to a vibrant life-changing faith and to discipleship in the world.

Three Simple Rules

— John Wesley Founder of Methodism

These are the General Rules of our church. Three Simple Rules for Christian Living provides an opportunity for reflection on three principles of Christian Living illuminated by the founder of Methodism, John Wesley. The rules connect the rich history of our faith with current situations and questions we face in everyday life. We invite you to follow them with us. As you take this journey, you will discover that these three rules can lead you to a more faithful way of living as a disciple of Jesus Christ.