Wesley will return to its usual Sunday worship schedule on Sunday, September 10. Worship will be at 10 am immediately followed be a Fellowship hour.
Wesley celebrates a new year of Sunday School with our Welcome Back Breakfast and Sunday School Registration.
Sunday, September 17 at 9 am
Worship at 10 am
Please come and join us for a wonderful
time of fellowship and catching up!
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Sunday school will begin September 24th
Back by popular demand, the Wesley Bowl-A-Rama Family Event and Auction will be held at BreakTime Bowl in Pawtucket on Sunday, September 17, 2017 from 3-6pm.
Elevators have been installed!
Part of the purpose of the event is to raise funds to support Wesley UMC and its many
programs, so there will be an auction as part of the fun.
If you have any auction items to donate, or ideas on the kinds of items that would be attractive, please get in touch with
August can be a time of vacation – and that is partly true for Pastor Beverly as well.
The first two weeks of August, we will look at ways that we are stretched by
encounters with Jesus.
August 6th ~ Curing and Feeding as Acts of Compassion
August 13th ~ Walking on Water – Stepping out in faith
During the last two weeks of August, we are gifted with
preaching from two of our lay servants.
August 20th: Susan Newbury
August 27th: Lynne Lamarre
July Worship ~ The Prayer of Jesus
“Pray then in this way: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name…” Matthew 6:9 We are familiar with the Lord’s Prayer and pray it frequently, but do we pay attention to what we are praying? Each week during the five weeks of July, we will focus on a particular part of the prayer, and examine how it calls us into relation with God and with each other.
Please remember that if you are not able to be in worship on a particular Sunday, the sermon for that day will be posted on our church website at the beginning of the week.
July 2: Abba, Father.
Abba is the name for God that Jesus used in teaching the disciples to pray. This intimate term – referring to God as family – was radical in Jesus’ day. How we
address God in prayer is a way of defining our
relationship with God and models for us relationship with others.
July 9: On Earth, as it is in Heaven.
We focus on what it means to pray, “Thy Kingdom come” and how our work bringing right relationship in the world can be a daily prayer of action.
July 16: Give Us This Day
Jesus offers us assurance that asking God to act in the world is not a waste of breath. An important part of prayer is petitioning God and naming our needs. We are called to become mindful of the needs of the world and our need to remember that God is the Source of all gifts.
July 23: As We Forgive
God is ready to forgive us, just as we have been made to forgive each other. What holds us back? Right relation-ship involves getting honest with God and with each other.
July 30: Deliver Us
Jesus calls on God to come, to stand with, to offer strength in time of trouble.
This past Sunday, June 19, we were blessed to have the youth and children of our church lead us in worship. As always, they did a fantastic job and awed us all with their commitment to the church and faithful messages. Two graduating high school seniors – Abby Maziarz and Alex Phillips – each gave a moving message of faith, articulating what the Wesley community has meant to them during their time as youth. What an excellent example of our church community in action.
Sunday worship will move to 9:30 am beginning on Sunday, June 25, 2017 for the summer months.
The office summer hours will be Tuesdays – Thursdays 9 am – 1 pm beginning on June 20.