Madison Street

United Methodist Church

Adult Discipleship

At Madison Street, we seek to nurture our members at all stages of their faith journey in ways that strengthen biblical, spiritual, and moral foundations, and affirm what we believe as United Methodist Christians. We work to cultivate an environment in which diversity is valued and different opinions are respectfully engaged. 

Beyond Limits

Beyond Limits is a special ministry at Madison Street designed for teens and adults with intellectual and cognitive challenges.

When? Sunday mornings 10:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Where? Room 208 (Main Sanctuary Level)

Led by? Courtney Lee, Ed.S. (Special Education)

Beyond Limits is open to adults ages 18 and up. In certain situations and with family and instructor approval, teens younger than 18 may be able to participate.

If you have questions or are interested in scheduling a first visit to Beyond Limits, click below. 

Books & Beyond

Under construction. Check back soon for more information!

Common Table

Common Tables is a small group experience of 5-15 people who gather weekly or bi-weekly to share life and faith together as a means to deepen their communion with God, each other, and the world.

The first Christians devoted themselves to:

  1. The Apostles' Teachings
  2. The Community
  3. Their Sharied Meals
  4. Their Prayers

"They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and the prayers." - Acts 2:42

We hope to follow this model as we journey through life together.

Common Tables take place in homes on the day and time that works well for the group. Common Tables is a time and place for: food, discussing the sermon, reading the scriptures, and prayers.

God created us for community!  If you are hungry for a community to plug in to please reach out to Ashley Knowles, Common Tables Coordinator, by clicking below.

Disciple Bible Study

DISCIPLE is a program of disciplined Bible study aimed at developing strong Christian leaders. The study gives the Old and New Testaments equal time, emphasizing the wholeness of the Bible as a revelation of God. DISCIPLE draws upon the work of scholars, the personal Bible reading and study of the participant, and dynamic group discussion to aid understanding of the Bible.


Disciple Bible Study is enriching, informational, transformational, faith deepening and offers time to develop deep lasting friendships as you study, reflect and pray together as a group.

Disciple contains three elements that have been identified as key to Bible study:

1.  It is conversational.

2.  It puts scripture in context.

3.  It provides opportunities for application.


Ready to begin? Register by clicking below.



For frequently asked questions and course descriptions for each of the Disciple studies click below.


MomLife Ministries hopes to teach, equip and encourage moms of all ages and stages to realize their purpose and value as mothers, wives, friends, workers, women, and leaders. We believe all of this happens in relationship with Jesus and in partnership with the local church. No matter where you have come from or where you are right now, we believe that everyone has something valuable to offer. 


MomLife@MadisonStreet Gathering Dates for 2021-2022

September 8 & 22

October 6 & 20

November 3 & 17

December 1 & 5

January 19

February 2 & 16

March 2 & 16

April 6 & 20

May 1


2021-2022 Theme - Courageous Heart: Full & Free

Our hearts can often feel heavy, weary, grief-stricken, worrisome, afraid, lonely, sorrowful, stuck and/or broken… especially after a year like 2020 and the start of 2021. But God has a plan. Not a trite “everything will be ok and go back to your perfect so-called normal, full of ease and comfort…” But a plan to rescue and restore your weary heart and fill it with hope and freedom SO THAT you can face whatever comes tomorrow with courage.


Click below to register!

Older Adult Ministry

Serendipity is our group for the older generation of our church. Don't think that our older people slow down. They are always finding new adventures to keep them busy. From daytime outings to over night trips to learning new technology, they are on the go!


To contact the Serendipity Coordinator, Aleeta Christian, please click below.

Advent 2021

A Self-Guided Study Opportunity

In this self-guided study, a group of diverse Wesleyan scholars will take you on an Advent journey guided by the practices in John Wesley's means of grace.  John Wesley's emphasis upon practices of piety and mercy--or good works--drew from the larger Christian tradition. Such practices are often referred to as means of grace. 


Participants will receive a study booklet that guides you through the four weeks of Advent.  In addition, you will also receive a daily e-mail devotion (beginning December 1), and a weekly teaching video that you may watch at any time.


Register today to journey through Advent preparing the way for God, experiencing the impact and significance of prayer, the substance of good works and caring for others, and sharing God's mission to the world.  

Sunday Morning Small Groups

Madison Street has a number of small groups that meet on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. in a traditional "Sunday School" format.

Most groups are organized by age/station in life (i.e. retired, empty nesters, parents of young children, etc.).  There are, however, some groups that are intergenerational. 

If you are interested in connecting with one of these classes, please complete the interest form by clicking below.

Table Talk

Gather round the table as we spend time in fellowship with one another. Table Talk exists to provide community for parents of children and youth at Madison Street UMC and is held on Sunday mornings from 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall (beginning August 22, 2021).

Grab a cup of coffee, a snack, and chat with other parents. Conversation starters, prayer request cards, and a table are all provided.  All that is missing is YOU!

For more information about Table Talk, email Ashley Knowles by clicking below. 

United Methodist Women

United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximately 800,000 members whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice.

Members raise up to $20 million each year for programs and projects related to women, children and youth in the United States and in more than 100 countries around the world.

United Methodist Women and The United Methodist Church's principles and values include:

Promoting the empowerment of women & children.

Promoting anti-racism and multiculturalism.

Promoting inclusion and equity.

Promoting fair labor practices.

Promoting economic and environmental stewardship and sustainability.

If you are interested in connecting with a UMW group at Madison Street, please contact UMW President, Kay Martin, by clicking below.