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Saint John's values faith development and meeting you where you are on your journey. Below we have descriptions and sign-up information for our small groups and classes. Email Shelley Walters for more information.

If you are a parent with school-age children, check out our worship opportunities for

Children and Youth

Ongoing Sunday School Classes

Below is our current list of Adult Sunday School classes that meet from 10:00 am to 10:45 am. If you have any questions, please contact our Director of Faith Development, Shelley Walters.



Open Circle SUndays in room 201:

The Open Circle class enjoys meaningful discussion on each week’s scripture while reflecting on how it intersects with our lives and the world around us, following Saint John’s Bread for Our Journey curriculum. All guests are welcome! This hybrid class is led by Shari Holland 

Journey in room 210

Our Young Adult and Journey Sunday School classes are combining to create something new. Gather together for community, study, and discussion. Led by Rev. Randy Knighten

Seekers in the Fellowship Hall

We are a group of Christians working to; through prayer, study, discussion and utilizing the Bible as our principal reference, develop a closer and ongoing relationship with our Lord. We seek to provide, within our class, closeness through prayer for each other, comfort in times of need, social activities to bring us closer together. We aim to incorporate our outreach into the activities of the church and community. We encourage each other to be active volunteers and to contribute monetarily to mission work. We operate through class officers and committees. We vote on projects and mission opportunities to make decisions.

Wesley Class in room 208-209

Taught by Roy Walker and John King.

We also offer snacks in the Great Hall, upstairs, during this hour. You are welcome to visit causally with others at the tables provided and share in an unstructured fellowship time.

Short-term Classes

We have several classes, learning opportunities, and workshops throughout the year.

You can also check out our
Class Finder page


Weekly Curriculum and Devotional

Bread for Our Journey is a curated collection of resources available online. You can use this curriculum as an individual, in informal small groups, or as a family.

These reflections are intended to deepen our understanding of scripture, to open our awareness of different voices and wisdom, and to broaden our spiritual practices that bring creativity and justice to our world.
Click here to learn more about Bread for Our Journey


Interest Groups

Take a look below at our small groups that meet outside of Sunday School hours. If you are looking for more information about ongoing small groups, please contact our Director of Faith Development, Shelley Walters.

JOY Senior Adults

Most regularly meets at 11:15 am on Tuesdays, with other varying special events. Geared towards senior adults, but all are welcome. Click here to visit our JOY page to learn more.

Saint John's Green Team

Join our environmental stewardship team as they work to raise awareness, educate, and promote faith-based action to help the earth. Contact Green Team Coordinator Julie Peckham to learn more. Read the Green Team blog here!

Saint John's Threaders

Do you love to knit, crochet, quilt or embroider? The Threaders work on individual and group projects, including prayer blankets. Meets the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month. Click here for more information.

Saint John's Pedalers

Cyclists of all skill levels are invited to join this group, which raises money through bike rides for local charities. Main events include the Hill Country Ride for AIDS and The Texas Mamma Jamma Ride.

Saint John's Steppers

If you love the outdoors and like getting your daily walk in while you raise money to address hunger in Austin with the CROP Walk or Mental Health Awareness with the NAMI walk – the Steppers are for you.

Veterans' Group (The Gathering)

Join a support group for veterans of all ages. Typically meets the first Tuesday of each month for cookies, coffee, and discussion.

United Women in Faith (formerly United Methodist Women)

Participate in a creative and supportive fellowship that actively engages in study and mission projects which assist women, children, and youth. Meets regularly in circles (small groups) and meets quarterly as a unit. Click here to learn more.

Men's covenant Group

Gather with other Christian men to share breakfast and discuss topics of interest in their faith journey. Every Friday morning at 7:15 am at Jim's Restaurant - 9091 Research Blvd.

Storytelling Sisterhood

The Saint John’s Storytelling Sisterhood meets every Thursday at 10:00 at Susie Brown’s home. Click here to learn more.