Adult Education and the Wesley Trustees have teamed up to help prepare us for potentially life threatening situations. We are offering a class on the use of our Automated Defibrillator (AED) and how to Stop the Bleed during a mass shooting.
Please join us in the Fireside Room on Sunday, May 26for this important training.
New book beginning on May 8 Larry was pastor at Wesley for almost nine years, leaving in 2007 to return to hospice work and his passion of writing. Larry has a way of talking about death and dying that doesn’t scare or depress people, but rather draws them in so they can begin to open up to what is happening—or will happen one day.
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What do you know about the Apostle Paul? How closely do you think Paul’s message aligns with Jesus’ message? John Dominic Crossan, acclaimed historical Jesus scholar, shares his insights in the new DVD series, “The Challenge of Paul.” On May 12 and 19, Wesley’s Adult Forum will view and discuss this timely video. Join us at 9:15 am in the Fireside Room.
The removal of the arbor has exposed perhaps the ugliest wall at Wesley – on the east side of John Wesley Hall. This exposure has created an opportunity to remake this wall into something inviting and express to the community just who we are. So, the Trustees are enlisting your help to come up with creative ideas to reimagine this wall while improving our signage and curb appeal in the form of a “contest.” Submit all ideas in writing – one or two sentences and/or a sketch along with your contact information to the office. Get busy all your creative types and help us come up with something that beautifies Wesley.
The Wednesday Book Study as chosen “A Companion for the Hospice Journey: Thoughts on Life’s Tough Decisions” by Larry Patten for their new study to begin May 8. Larry was the pastor at Wesley for almost 9 years, leaving in 2007 in order to pursue his passion for writing and to return to hospice work and ministry. Larry has a way of talking about death and dying that doesn’t scare or depress people, but rather draws people in so they can begin to open up to what is happening — or will happen one day. “Larry Patten has offered a unique learning experience regarding end of life and hospice care. With a gift of story-telling, he disarms the fears of the reader.”- Nancy Hinds, RN. Founder of Hinds Hospice in 1981 and selected as one of the “Top 30 Visionaries in Hospice and Palliative Medicine.” The Wednesday Book Study meets at 10 am in the Library. If you have been thinking about coming to this group, now is good time to join. The group is open to everyone who likes to read a good book! This book is available at Amazon and anytime you shop at amazonsmile.com, you will make a small donation to Wesley.