Welcome to Wesley Church
Who We Are
- We strive to learn how to offer love the way God does, with no strings attached, no conditions, no tests to pass, no standards to achieve;
- We want to see each person – no exceptions – as beloved by God, so we declare that our doors, hearts, ministries and membership is open to all children of God, no matter their marital or family status, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, education, citizenship, mental or physical capacity, economic situation or what their personal spiritual journey or faith tradition was or is now.
Sunday Morning Service Times:
9:00 guitars, drums, keyboard and voices
11:00 organ, handbells, choir or special music, and hymnal
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We are People Blessing People
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We CONNECT by:
- Welcoming stranger and friend … through the doors of our church and into the life of Christ.
- Worshiping God with eagerness and delight … by creating God-encountering experiences that can refresh the human spirit and transform lives.
- Seeking spiritual growth … by methodically studying Christ Jesus and what He revealed about His Father.
- Striving to be faithful disciples … by accepting God’s call to mission and service, even when we find ourselves uncomfortable and apprehensive.
- Giving extravagantly … of our time, talents, gifts, service and witness.
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Daily Devotional from the Upper Room
Loving Doubting Thomas
Thursday, December 18th, 2014
Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. . . . By faith we understand that the worlds were prepared by the word of God, so that what is seen was made from things that are not visible.
- Hebrews 11:1, 3 (NRSV)
As a child, I found faith in God easy. I felt it when singing hymns and hearing Bible stories in Sunday school and church. I felt it when I prayed. As I got older, though, I found that holding on to my faith — and even, sometimes, a belief in God — was difficult. I remembered the story of “Doubting Thomas.” Thomas was not one of the first witnesses to Jesus’ resurrection, but Jesus appeared to him a week later and admonished him, “Do not doubt but believe.” I found parallels between my own struggles and Thomas’s struggles to believe.
I have sympathy for Thomas. I take heart that Jesus understood there would be doubt among his followers. After years of feeling lost, I take comfort in God. I view my struggles with faith not as failures but as opportunities to seek Jesus and to look for the signs of him in my daily life. I find relief, knowing that he loves me and forgives me. He is with me to show me his wounds and to heal mine.
Karyn Schumpert (Colorado, USA)
Thought for the Day
Our doubts and struggles can strengthen our faith and commitment.
Dear God, help us to use our doubt as an opportunity to seek your word and to strengthen our love, life, and faith. Amen.