Wesley United Methodist Church is the Church of the warm heart and has been reaching out to the Georgetown community since 1789. With compassion as one of the spiritual gifts Wesley reaches out to the community with an excellent scouting program, a food pantry, a discretionary fund for rent and medical assistance. Wesley also hosts NA and AA meetings and opens its doors to other community groups.
Come worship and fellowship with us at Wesley every Sunday at 9:00 or 11:00 a.m. Both services are held in the sanctuary and can be entered by the front doors on N. Race St. We also have two doorways on E. Laurel St. One by handicap excess into Jones Hall and one into the Education Building on E. Laurel Street. Jone’s hall entrance will take you through Jone’s Hall into the education building. But keep going you will find a friendly face to direct you.
Nursery is provided for all services. Bethany Fiske is Wesley’s nursery attendant for children 5 & under along with another adult for Wesley’s Safe Sanctuary program. Bethany is trained in infant and child CPR and first aid.
Through all of this Wesley Church seeks:
to guide with passion, support with love and encourage involvement.
CIC Projects completed in 2017 Upstairs bathrooms – new paint, new sinks, new faucets, hot water access, new mirrors, large photo murals with Bible verse, new soap and hand towel distributors Flooring – New carpet in all upstairs classrooms Sunday School meeting area – wall unit heater removed, area insulated and filled in Classroom […]
When: Tuesdays – weekly – begins at 6:30 pm Where: Prayer time in the Sanctuary It will be a time to “be still and know God” Who should come? Anyone who has a heart to pray for others Anyone who needs prayer Anyone who just needs a place to be still before God Conclusion: We […]
With commitment cards returned and blessed on Sunday, Nov. 23, the campaign for $225,000 has officially begun. When the areas of need were initially addressed for the capital improvement campaign, the initial cost of the entire 3-year project was established at $316,000. After the two open forums to receive feedback, the Trustees have looked at more […]
Why do we need a Capital Improvement Campaign? Wesley UMC has been serving this community for several years. Our buildings tell that story: sanctuary was built in 1897, parsonage was built in 1907, Jones Hall was built in 1928, and the education building was built in 1956. These buildings are in need of renovation and […]