In March of 2023, Wesley hosted workshops lead by Dr. Elaine Heath, international author, teacher, and one of the great inspirers of a new reformation of Christianity, to teach us about the need for churches to become communities of healing and hope in the midst of endless trauma.
Wesley UMC has scholarships available at this time for those graduating from high school or attending college/university. Primary consideration will be given to those in the first year of post-secondary education.
Criteria is as follows: applicant must be actively involved in Wesley UMC programs, has been already accepted for admission to a post-secondary education institution, must have earned at least a 2.5 grade point average or better and the application form and all materials must be returned to the church office no later than the deadline.
Scholarship amounts will depend on the number of successful candidates and the amount available in the scholarship fund.
Wesley UMC has Camping scholarships available at this time for those desiring to attend camp this summer. It is Wesley’s goal to cover half of the camp fee per individual who applies and meets the criteria, although the actual amount of assistance is based on the number of applications and the amount of funds available.
The Souper Tuesday community meal has resumed as of September of 2022, with serving time from 11:30 a.m. through 12:30 p.m. Doors open at 11:00 a.m., with entrance through the rear parking lot door or the Broadway entrance.