Adult Discipleship at Castleton

Growing your relationship with God

to impact every area of life.

Ask Questions

Join a Table Group

Get a Coach

Taken from behind the pews, a mother is shown holding her young daughter on her shoulder while the worship team leads on stage.

Life brings with it many questions and uncertainties.

At Castleton United Methodist Church, we know that in and through Jesus Christ, we don’t have to go through life alone.

In Jesus, we can thrive and flourish. Jesus demonstrates for us that life, real life, has meaning, purpose, value, and significance.

As individuals and a community, we are a work in progress.

We have aspirations for who we want to be, but have trouble getting there on our own. Too often, we try to pull ourselves up by our ‘boot straps’ and figure it out alone.

We were never meant to do this alone.

Join us as we dive deeper into the life Jesus offers

We are all in different places in our life and relationship with Jesus. We offer the following ways for you to grow in a way that works for you.

Ask a Question

Maybe you have some questions, but aren’t ready to join a group. We have two ways for you to ask questions and get answers. Our monthly “Big Ask Dinner” and the contact form below.

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Join a Table Group

Get to know others in small groups. Have deeper conversations around what it means to follow Jesus. Encourage and support one another through the ups and downs of daily life.

Get a Coach

Sometimes, what we need is one-on-one coaching to help us get over the hurdles and obstacles of our faith. Get a spiritual coach to get the personal attention you need.

The Big Ask Dinner

A place to anonymously ask any questions on your mind.

Faith. The Bible. Culture. Relationships. Finances. Church History. Church Leadership. Whatever questions you have, this is the place to ask them. All questions are submitted anonymously by you and then discussed by our pastor, staff, and leadership.

We don’t pretend to have all the answers and say so when we don’t.

First Sunday of the month from 5 – 7 PM in Fellowship Hall.

Find a Table Group at Castleton.

Each week, groups across the church meet in homes, at church, at restaurants, and online to grow together in their discipleship journey.

Parts of the year, these groups will all be working through the same material, in line with our worship services. Other times, groups select their own material for conversation and study.

We invite you to stop by any of the following groups anytime.

Sunday Table Groups

Christian Crusaders – 9am in Room 112: This group comprises our “senior saints” and is mixed/co-ed.

Koinonia – 9am in Rm 180: This group is mixed/co-ed and composed of mostly retired folks.

Care, Share, & Reflect – 9am in Rm 110: This group is mixed/co-ed and composed of mostly retired folks.

Kingdom Conversations – 9am & 11am in Fellowship Hall: This group is mixed/co-ed and composed of a range of folks from mid-thirties to retired.

Women's Bible Study – 3:30pm in Rm 112: As the name suggests, this group is an all-ladies group with a wide range of ages. (Not meeting in June 2024. Will begin meeting in July 2024)

Monday Table Groups

Blind Owl Group – 7pm at Blind Owl Brewery: This is a mixed/co-ed group composed of a wide range of ages from early-thirties to retired.

Tuesday Table Groups

Cafe Connect – 7:30am at Panera: This group is mixed/co-ed and composed of a mixture of retired and still-working folks.

Wednesday Table Groups

Sisters in Faith – 8am in Conference Room: As the name suggests, this group is an all-ladies group composed of mostly retired ladies.

Lunch Bunch – 12pm in Legacy Room: This group is mixed/co-ed and composed of a range of folks from late-thirties to retired.

Thursday Table Groups

Revive – 8:45 PM on Google Meet: This group is mixed/co-ed and composed mostly of parents (which is why they meet online and after bedtime for the kiddos). Complete the form below to receive the meeting link. Currently practicing Lectio Divina.

Sometimes, we just need some direct attention.

Spiritual coaching gives you that one-on-one attention you need to break through barriers in your relationship with Jesus. 

Chris Croyts combines years of leadership and education in discipleship with experience as a personal trainer to serve as your Spiritual Coach to guide you through the ups and downs of life and faith.

Use the form below to contact Chris about spiritual coaching.

Contact our Director of Discipleship

Whether you have questions about discipleship or faith or would like more information about Table Groups and other opportunities, complete the form below, and Chris Croyts will get back to you shortly.

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