Sunday School Update – Please Read!

Thank you for working out ways for your Sunday School classes to continue your study and care for each other either online, or with some adjustments, to meet occasionally in person.  Most classes will continue to meet on Zoom until January 2021.  Those meeting in person will do so on a limited basis to maintain social distancing.

The S.A.L.T Class will meet the 1st Sunday of each month in the Fellowship Hall and the Homebuilders Class will meet the 2nd Sunday of each month in the Fellowship Hall. The S.O.S. Class will try a hybrid class to see if that will work for them.  All other classes or small groups will need to talk with Rev. C. Kay Fuino if you desire to meet in person.

Our children’s Sunday school classes, pre-K through 5th grade, will continue to meet in their Zoom rooms until January 2021.  If you would like further information about our children’s Zoom Sunday school classes please contact Leslie Yokeley, Director of Children’s Ministries, by e-mail at, or call 770-476-3776, ext. 138.

If you would like to join a Sunday School class or are looking for another type of small group, please contact Rev. C. Kay Fuino by e-mail at or call 770-476-3776, ext. 117, for assistance in finding the right group for you.

"Zoom" Online Sunday School Classes for Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School-Aged Kids

“Zoom” into Sunday school with your friends! The Children’s Ministry is having Zoom Preschool/Kindergarten/Elementary Sunday school classes on Sunday mornings until we can meet in person.

Preschool/ Kindergarten Sunday school (3 - 5 yr. old’s) meets online from 9:30 to 10:00 a.m.

Elementary Sunday school (1st - 5th grades) meets online from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m.


If your child is interested in joining us on Zoom for Preschool/Kindergarten/Elementary online Sunday school, please contact Leslie Yokeley, Director of Children’s Ministry, by e-mail at

Sunday School for Children

CHILDREN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL classes are available for preschool children through 5th graders at 11:00 a.m.  Children are grouped by age/grade level determined by their age as of September 1st.  Sunday school is a time for our children of Duluth First UMC to learn with their friends about God and His Word through stories, activities, songs, games and fellowship using United Methodist curriculum.

9:30 a.m.

  • Infants (birth to toddler): Nursery
  • Toddlers (2 years): Nursery
  • Preschool (3 & 4 Year Olds):  Room C-123
  • Kindergarten & 1st Grade:  Room C-118
  • 2nd & 3rd Grades: Room C-121
  • 4th & 5th Grades: Room D-126

11:00 a.m.

  • Infants (birth to toddler): Nursery
  • Toddlers (2 years): Nursery
  • Preschool (3 & 4 Year Olds):  Nursery

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are currently holding Zoom Sunday School on Sunday mornings:

  • Preschool/kindergarten online from 9:30 to 10:00 a.m..
  • 1st grade through 5th grade online from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m.

If you are interested in having your child attend a Zoom Sunday school class, please contact Leslie Yokeley at

Sunday School Classes for Youth

Sunday school classes are available for 6th through 12th grade students at 9:30 a.m..

During the School Year

  • Middle School (6th - 8th Grades):  Room F-151
  • High School (9th - 12th Grades):  Room F-149

During the Summer Months

  • Middle School & High School students will meet for Sunday School in the Youth Center (“The Fish Tank”).

Sunday School Classes for Adults


  • BARNES CLASS is a discussion group that concentrates on the discipleship of parents and families. Biblical study and contemporary topics are discussed. An annual retreat, plus social activities for couple and families, are part of the activities of this class. The Barnes Class meets in rooms F-206/207 on the second floor of the Family Life Center.
  • CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CLASS aspires to diversity of age, gender and ethnicity. The class is grounded in scripture and the Wesley tradition. We seek a deeper meaning for the Christian life in the modern world, as well as striving for a better understanding of scripture and tradition in the Methodist Church specifically and Christianity generally. We invite all seekers to join our quest for a deeper understanding and experience of God’s kingdom. The Christian Fellowship Class meets in rooms E-132, located on the hallway behind the Sanctuary.
  • COLLEGE CLASS is a new class for young adults in college.  There are some who are commuter students and others who will attend on holidays and summer break. Due to the fluctuation in attendance the studies each week will focus on the latest current event and how we as Christians should respond.  The College Class meets in room F-152, located on the 1st floor of the Family Life Center.
  • CROSSROADS CLASS is a welcoming group, generally in their 20’s-40’s, mostly with younger children, but all are welcome. Our focus is growing in our faith, sharing time together as a family, and encouraging one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. We will be using various studies to broaden our understanding of the Bible and how it relates to our everyday life.  Great childcare and learning opportunities are available for kids throughout these times. Please come and join one of our classes as we start and exciting new chapter for this expanding class! The Crossroads Sunday School Class meets in room E-134, located behind the Sanctuary.
  • DUFFEY CLASS chooses its study material according to the needs of the class members with a focus on Biblical study. An opportunity for fellowship is offered outside the Sunday School hour on a monthly basis. The Duffey Class meets in room F-205, located on the 2nd floor of the Family Life Center.
  • EXPLORERS' CLASS studies the Bible and discusses contemporary issues. The class participates in missions throughout the year. Great fellowship opportunities are available through quarterly socials. The Explorers Class meets in room F-148 on the first floor of the Family Life Center.
  • FORUM CLASS includes energetic couples and singles engaged in discussion, study, prayer, mutual sharing, celebration and service to others as they seek to follow Christ in their daily lives.  The Forum Class meets in rooms F-153/154 on the first floor of the Family Life Center.
  • HOMEBUILDERS CLASS includes couples with or without children. Discussion topics include Bible study and contemporary issues, including issues related to fostering Christ-centered relationships with our spouses and children. This class offers many social and missions related events. The Homebuilders Class meets in rooms F-145/146 on the first floor of the Family Life Center.
  • SALT (Sharing and Learning Together), a new class is open to anyone interested in learning more about the Christian mission and message for the modern world.  We explore a variety of subjects focusing on our Methodist interpretation and adding that of the larger Christian experience.  We also incorporate the perspective of other religions. Our classes utilize videos and texts of subject matter experts, independent reading, classroom presentations and, most importantly, classroom discussion.  The SALT class meets in the Youth Center ("The Fish Tank"), located on the 1st floor of the Family Life Center.
  • S.O.S. - SINGLE ON SUNDAYS CLASS is for those who are unmarried or married attending Sunday School without a spouse. Lessons, straight from scripture, are appropriate for the beginner as well as more advanced students of the Bible. Social gatherings and class projects build friendship, support, service and worship. The S.O.S. Class meets in room F-150 on the first floor of the Family Life Center.
  • STEADHAM CLASS is for older adults, married or single. A team of teachers, who are class members, uses Adult Bible Studies and other Methodist materials for lecture presentations. This large class participates in monthly socials, sanctuary stewardship, care ministry, and other church activities such as volunteering at the Welcome Center, and giving Thanksgiving baskets. The Steadham Class meets in rooms E-138
  • YOUNG ADULT CLASS is a new class for young adults in their 20’s and 30’s that have completed their undergraduate schooling, and/or are in the working world.  They will study current topics of interest, discerning their spiritual gifts and discerning God’s call.  They will gather quarterly for socials and participate in a variety of church ministries. This class meets in the Conference Room on the 3rd floor of the Family Life Center.