Shrove Tuesday takes place on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday of each year, and it is a time to "clear out the cupboards," which usually means we get to eat pancakes together before Lent starts!
This year Shrove Tuesday is February 25, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Pancakes and sausage will be provided. Please bring your favorite pancake syrup or topping and join us in the Fellowship Hall for food, fun, and fellowship!
We will begin the season of Lent on February 26 with Ash Wednesday service at 6 pm. Join us as we worship and remember that from dust we came and to dust we shall return.
Our 2020-2021 preschool registration is now open. You can find out information about enrolling by clicking below. If you have any questions please call the church office.
Wesley UMC holds an annual Fancy Dessert Auction to raise funds for different projects, and this year's auction will take place on Sunday, Feb. 9, immediately after worship. That's just in time for Valentine's Day!
This year's event will help raise funds for our campership scholarship fund that provides opportunities for all to attend church camp.
For the next 6 months or more you will hear about The United Methodist Church in the news. As we prepare for General Conference 2020 in Minneapolis, MN May 5-15 we encourage you to check out information from Bishop Stanovsky. This site will have updated information about the different plans for the future of The UMC as well as articles from sources within the church. If you have any questions you are invited to talk with Pastor Shane.
Join us on Tuesday December 24th for our Christmas Eve Services. Our family focused service is at 4 pm and will explore "The ABC's of Christmas." Our 8 pm service is our traditional service with our choir, bell choir, message, carols and Holy Communion. All are invited to join us this Christmas season!
As we enter the Holiday season, we see signs of Christmas joy and Holiday cheer everywhere. For many the Christmas season does not bring happiness or joy. The Christmas season brings sadness, feelings of hurt, feelings of loss. These emotions and feelings can feel at odds with what culture tells us we must feel during the Christmas season. As a church we recognize that for many Christmas is not a time of happiness. In recognition of this we offer a Longest Night Service on Saturday December 21st at 7 pm. This service is open to all people who may be struggling this Holiday season. It is a time to come together in prayer and song to be with God and others. As a part of the service there will be a time of healing. This service is open to all in the community. If you know of anyone that would benefit from this service please invite them.
November 23, 2019, 14 N. 48th Avenue
Join us for holiday shopping and enjoy homemade soup/sandwich and pie for lunch.
Lots of hand-crafted items by the our church family. All proceeds go to support mission programs, both locally and beyond. Plus 13 vendors bring their handi-crafts for your shopping pleasure.
Tuesday July 23 we went to Camp Hope and Noah's Ark to serve. We served approximately 50 people at each site. Thanks to everyone who helped prepare the food and serve.