Where Two or Three Gather in My Name…
Worship is central to the life of Wesley Grove UMC. It provides the vital heartbeat that inspires and sustains all we do. Worship celebrates God’s work and presence. Through worship, we receive God’s Word for us, and are given discernment and empowerment by the Spirit for our journey toward full devotion to Jesus the Christ. Worship inspires us, unifies us, and strengthens our community as members of the Body of Christ. It is the event and experience out of which grow all of our other activities. Our discipleship, outreach, fellowship, and ministries are all rooted in the times we gather to worship God.
Worship at Wesley Grove is a relevant, warm, balanced, and essential embodiment of the United Methodist traditions. Its focus is on God. We come together each week to praise God, to pray, to proclaim God’s word, and to make our promises to be God’s people during the rest of the week.
Come join us on Sundays as we seek to transform ourselves and the world for Christ and His Kingdom.
Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
Sundays at 9:45 a.m.
Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
January sermon series: Tales of the Kingdom!
We will be studying places in the Bible where Jesus tells us what the Kingdom of God is like and learning how we can embody the Kingdom of God in our own lives. Weekly topics include:
The Kingdom Is In Us (Matthew 13:1-23)
The Kingdom Is Found In Relationships (Luke 15:11-32)
The Kingdom Includes The Other (Luke 10:25-37)
The Kingdom Seeks The Lost (Luke 15: 1-10)
The Kingdom Is Built on Prayer (Luke 18: 1-8)
The Kingdom Requires Action (Matthew 25: 31.46)