We hope you will join us at the end of December as we praise the birth of Christ! Join us on Sunday, December 24th at 4:30pm for our Family Worship Service and then 9:00pm for our candlelight and hymn service. Childcare will be available for children age birth through four years old at the 4:30pm service. And then on Christmas Day join us as we worship the newborn king with a combination of worship and a potluck at 10:00am. Children are welcome to enjoy this more relaxed service. Contact us with any questions or for more details.
Tis’ The Season to Enjoy some Cookies Join us on Saturday, December 9th from 8:00am – 12:00pm for the annually Christmas Cookie and Craft Sale. Purchase delicious homemade cookies and other sweet treats, and make sure you also peruse the assortment of Christmas decorations and crafts. All of this will take place at Wesley United Methodist Church’s Guildhall. Please contact Wesley Church for more information or with any questions.
With the aftermath of all the natural disasters and violent acts around the country, the American Red Cross has an increasing shortage of donated blood. Please consider donating. Join us for a blood drive at Wesley Church in our Sanctuary on Tuesday, November 28 between 12:00pm and 6:00pm. It only takes a few minutes to save a life, and even less time to see if you can donate. No appointments are necessary.
Join us Saturday, October 21st between 8:00am – 12:00pm for our annual Fall Rummage Sale. Items include: furniture, household decorations, clothing, kitchenware, games, kids toys, and more. There will be something for everyone, and all proceeds go towards our Wesley United Methodist Women and their mission. Donation items can be brought to the church now until the sale on Monday through Thursday between 10:00am and 2:00pm.
Cliffhangers: that moment when the outcome is uncertain and you have to wait to find out what happens next. Will the hero make the right choice? Will all be lost? In our next sermon series, God’s Dangerous and Risky Adventure, we will encounter the greatest cliffhanger of all time. We hear again of God’s promise to dwell with us, to be with us, to make all things new. We’ll be reminded of how God chose the costly adventure of dying our death for the sake of our healing. Together and against all odds, the Son of God, the Holy Spirit, the Read more »