After a three month hiatus, John Wesley UMC is once again holding in-person worship services in the sanctuary. However, following the CDC guidelines for social distancing and other safeguards means that you must sign up if you wish to attend. Seating in the sanctuary for this start-up is limited to 75 people.Read More
In the Methodist tradition of moving pastors, John Wesley acknowledges with gratitude the services of Senior Minister Mike Bruce and Associate Minister Karen Jones.
At the same time, we welcome new ministers Rev. Ken Timmerman and Rev. Steve Gaither. Rev. Timmerman and Rev. Gaither introduced themselves virtually to the congregation during worship services on July 5th.
We had hoped to resume worship in the sanctuary on June 21st…Read More
A new blessing box located on the Moore Drive side of John Wesley will let people share items from their pantries with those in need. It is centered around the idea of giving what you can and taking what you need.Read More
While the church building will remain closed through April, church is continuing in a number of ways. John Wesley UMC has some service projects as well as traditional programming on the calendar and online in the lead-up to Easter Sunday.Read More
“As of now, we are not planning to suspend activities. . . but we are putting a few changes in place that we hope will protect us. , , , And let us pray for God’s mercy, protection and healing as we all journey through this crisis together.”Read More
Planning summer activities for your children? Check out the Vacation Bible School, Kids’ Ways to Praise and Summer Soccer Camp offered in June and July.Read More
Christians can receive ashes — a token of penitence at the start of Lent — in one of four opportunities ranging from a drive-by in the church parking lot beginning at 7 am to three services inside the church.Read More
The Great Day of Service on March 14 is an opportunity for those of all ages to reach out and help others in the community.Read More