Cancelled until further notice due to COVID.
Someone has said that 60 is the new 40. As the Baby Boomer bubble enters the senior years, the church is presented with a new challenge and opportunity. This demographic is not ready to be consigned to a passive status in which they become observers of ministry. At heart, they are life seasoned mentors and coaches. As they relinquish busy, career-driven lives, the New Senior searches for meaning and an opportunity to invest their lives in an appropriate and productive way.
At Wesley Community, our desire is to minister to and with this savvy group. They have stories to tell, experience to share and our hope is to capture every nugget that we can from this exceptional group as they continue to set the bar.
The church gets big in a small way when a congregation commits itself to growth in groups. It is impossible for a Sunday morning service to accomplish the kinds of things that are innate when people gather, face to face for mutual ministry. Proverbs 27:17 (NLT) says,
“As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend.” Proverbs 27:17
Our agenda at Wesley Community is to make disciples rather than church consumers. This, in fact, is the Great Commission, to go into all the world and “make disciples”.
To enter into a relationship with Christ is only the beginning of a lifetime of discipleship in which Jesus is Lord overall. Small groups are our intentional strategy to pursue this great mandate, modeled to us by Christ Himself.
Please check here for the current list of small groups being offered.
The Eyewitness Bible Series’ Revelation Series has five 12-15 minute videos and related study guides. The videos are narrative accounts by Bible personalities about Revelation, such as the Apostle John talking about Revelation 1. The videos and study guides provide an excellent overview of the book of Revelation. This Bible Study is led by David Yuke. Join everyone at in Wesley Hall at WCC 7 p.m. Tuesday, February 23rd.
The Men’s Ministry has opened up this Bible study to all. No restrictions!
WCC COVID-19 Protocols in place.
Wear your mask and social distance. Bring your own refreshments. No refreshments will be provided or shared.
Postponed until further notice due to COVID. Attending children will be given a sanitized ‘Busy Pack’ when they arrive on Sundays. Bruce Nienkirchen will lead a special ‘Children’s Moment’ at the beginning of each service. Children will be sitting with their families during the service.
Children’s Church meets weekly during our Sunday Morning service time.
We recognize that our children are likely the most digitally entertained and instructed generation that we have ever known. It is extremely difficult for any organization to compete with the options that they have at their fingertips 24/7. Still, it is our conviction that they need relationships with each other and with adults who care for them at every level. Wesley Community is committed to offering those relationships and the investment of time and attention in our children. You may be interested in more than a program for your kids. Perhaps you are stirred to make a contribution of time, energy, and effort as an investment in the lives of these children. Contact us!
Most every notable revival has had two common elements. It has involved youth and it has begun in small groups. Our youth are possibly the most faith-filled, adventure-ready group that the church ministers to. We remember the days when life seemed so large and the possibilities were endless. Youth have always been at the cusp when God begins to move.
We don’t see them as the church of tomorrow at Wesley Community – they are the church today. In many ways, they are the pulse of the church at large. Pray for our teens and help us spread the word as we enlarge our ministry borders to this most critical group of people.
YOUTH NIGHT- every second Friday – next Youth Night is February 26th, 6:30 pm at WCC. Join us as we learn about God through games, videos, and Bible study.
Canceled until further notice due to COVID.
When the COVID19 crisis is over, you will be able to join us every Sunday morning at 10 am in the church lobby for coffee and chat as we anticipate the family worship service at 10:30 am. Enjoy this opportunity to get to know or introduce yourself to your WCC family.
LADIES BOOK CLUB!
LADIES BOOK CLUB – in Wesley Hall, WCC “Two Steps Forward” by Sharon Garlough Brown. Read final Chapters 10, 11, 12. Remember to prepare!
2021 Book Club Continuing Sharron Garlough Brown’s “Sensible Shoes” series – Books 3 “Barefoot” and Book 4 “An Extra Mile”.
Meeting 7 pm in Wesley Hall, WCC on Monday, February 22, March 8, March 22, and April 12 for Book #3 “Barefoot” by Sharon Garlough Brown. The spiritual journey takes unexpected turns for the women of Sensible Shoes in this third book of the series, continuing on from the events of ‘Two Steps Forward’. Having been challenged to persevere in hope, can they now embrace the joy of complete surrender? Led by Margaret Mau.
We invite you to join our Book Club in 2021. Great book talks, relaxation, friendships!
For info regarding book ordering and/or joining the club call the WCC office at 613-732-2488.
WCC COVID-19 Protocols in place. Wear your mask and social distance. Bring your own refreshments. No refreshments will be provided or shared.