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Seeing How God Cares About the Simple Things In Creation, How Much More Does God Care About You -- Jesus


Holy Communion 8:30 & Traditional 10:30
“Wesley @ 9”

Wesley Brings People Together!

Baptism, Confirmation, Wedding, Anniversary, and Births all bring people together. As its role in the community has always been, the church is where we celebrate the milestones of transitions in our lives.  The church is where we solidify the values of our community: love, forgiveness, kindness, right-living, and goodness. We bring people together for this purpose: to know they are loved by God and they are called to live in love with one another. The church is where we learn how and experience putting these values into practice.

What’s Going On

Celebration Sunday Dinner

Sunday, May 1st is Celebration Sunday as a part of our “What IF?” Campaign. There will be one worship hour to include all three worshipping congregations beginning at 10:00 a.m. Worship will feature special music from our choirs and worship leaders as well... read more

Holy Thursday, Good Friday, & Easter

The traditional worship experiences at the close of Holy Week will be observed at Wesley beginning with Maundy Thursday. The service of Holy Communion begins at 7:00 p.m. on that evening. Then on Good Friday at 7:00 p.m. we will read and sing the mighty hymns that... read more

Easter Egg Hunt & Palm Sunday Breakfast

Sunday, March 20th, at 9:30  a.m. is set for our annual Palm Breakfast followed by the traditional Easter Egg Hunt in the Wesley Forest.  And then for the 10:30 worship the children will process with Palm Branches. Mark you calendars for all the fun.... read more

Lenten Series: Between Fear and Faith

Beginning Sunday February 21st, “Between Fear and Faith” is a Lenten sermon series on life lived between desolation and consolation, between despair and hope, between life and death. Biblical stories will come from Hagar, Joseph, David, Psalms 23, Luke,... read more

Lenten Fast and Prayers

The season of fasting and prayers, known as “Lent” in the Church, begins with the imposition of ash Wednesday, February 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the worship center. But, before we fast let’s have one more joyous meal together on Tuesday, February 9.... read more

One Word

Pastor Gene’s sermon series is entitle “One Word That Will Change Your Life” based on the book of the same name by Jon Gordon, Dan Britton, and Jimmy Page available through Amazon or your local book store.  Instead of making a New Year’s... read more

Here are some things people want to know.

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How should I dress for Sunday worship?
Proper attire covers the whole range from those who like to wear traditional Sunday morning finery to blue jeans and in the summer months even shorts. What you wear to a movie theatre will work, just get here.
What about a nursery and what ages?
Children of all ages are welcome in worship and we even have a special part of the worship time just for kids. But if you are more comfortable not struggling with a wiggly baby or toddler we have a great nursery located directly across from the worship center. Ages are generally from birth to 4 years of age.
Is there an adult Sunday class for me?
Our Sunday morning classes for fellowship and learning range widely for all age groups, infants, children, youth, and adults. Our older members like to start at 9:15 but the under 50 group and those with kids tend to arrive around 9:30. All the classes are accessible from the main hallway that opens towards the large parking lot facing Highway 69. There will be someone at the door to greet you and help you find your place and that for your children. A complete  adult listing can be found here. We also offer a variety of short-term weekday classes.
What do United Methodist believe?
Wow! That’s a big question with a long answer. However, if you were to consider what all Christians hold to be self evident, Methodist teach those things. We affirm our trust in God, Jesus as the Christ, the work of God’s Spirit, the special place of the Bible in our lives, the need for prayer, the affirmation of God’s love and forgiveness, the power of God to help us live whole and complete lives in the present world, and hope for that life beyond this one.  If you want more, here is a longer explanation.

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Wesley United Methodist Church 5302 Bus Hwy 69S P.O. Box 864 Greenville, TX 75403 903-455-1594
Directions: I30 Travelers should take Exit 94 to Emory on Hwy 69 and turn south. Hwy 34 travelers should turn South on Hwy 69 after leaving downtown Greenville or before getting to downtown area if coming from the South.