Christian Education

Check out some of our Book Study Groups below!

Youth Book Studies

Sr. & Jr. High Lounge

Wednesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm


Join the SURGE Youth on Wednesdays for book studies! Jr. High is studying Active Bible Studies by Kurt Johnston & Katie Edwards, and Sr. High is studying Holy Runaways by Matthias Roberts.


Wesley Youth also meet for SURGE SUNDAY SCHOOL every Sunday from 10:15am to 11:15am services in the Sr. High Lounge downstairs. There's discussion, games and more!



Contact Kelsey Ross for additional information at:

[email protected]

UNCLOBBER - by Colby Martin

Intergenerational Book Study!

Lounge - Starting June 2

10:15 am - 11:15 am


We'll be starting a book study on UnClobber by Colby Martin on June 2. This study in particular encourages members of Wesley's Congregation of all generations, whether you are an adult or a member of the Youth!


Through UnClobber, this study will explore passages of the Bible that some Christians frequently reference in order to justify prohibition of LGBTQ+ inclusion in the church, and explore the historical and literary context surrounding them in order to learn more.



Email Kelsey Ross at [email protected] or Pastor Sara at [email protected] for more information.


G.E.M.S

Room 219 (Upstairs)

10:15 am - 11:15 am


GEMS (Growing Each Mom Spiritually) reads from study books on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. GEMS also offers social time on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month for those interested in a weekly gathering. On the 5th Sunday of the month, we will take some time to get coffee and relax with our friends!



Contact Carli Barnett for additional information at:

[email protected]

"Called Good"

Various Locations

6:30pm - 8:00pm


Our Young Adult Ministry, "Called Good," is reading "Inspired" by Rachel Held Evans. "Called Good" meets every Tuesday at 6:30 at various members' homes and other venues. If you're interested in joining us at our next meeting, feel free to reach out, and we'll make sure you are informed!


Email Kelsey Ross at [email protected] to join us!

We have fantastic Sunday School opportunities for all ages!


An essential part of the Christian life is growing in faith. Wesley UMC offers a variety of small groups, Bible studies, and Sunday School classes to help you learn and grow in mind and spirit! Check out the Christian Education opportunities below, and grow with us!


Our Nursery-Elementary age classes use the “Orange” curriculum – combining family and church strengths to capture the next generation's hearts and minds.


ParentCue.org is a fantastic resource that uses the OrangeⒸ philosophy to teach our children! Weekly activities and devotionals are offered to guide kids to trust Jesus. We hope to change how our kids see God, themselves, and the rest of the world.

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Sunday School

Nursery Room 117

10:15 am - 11:15 pm


Currently in our nursery, we are focusing on a play-based model allowing our littlest ones to make friends and have fun while parents are in worship. The welcome desk located outside these rooms has a sign-in sheet to help nursery workers know where you can be located and tags are available for your child and whatever bags and items they might need.


[email protected]

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Children's Church

Wesley Hall

9:00 am - 10:00 am


Children’s Church uses the “Orange” curriculum and presents the message in a kid-friendly way using video, music, games and written materials, and kids' prayer. Kids are brought from the service to the children's church after the children's message with Kathi Pritts.


[email protected]

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Elementary Sunday School

Rooms 21-30

10:15 am - 11:15 am



Elementary Sunday school at Wesley uses the Orange curriculum, which is dynamic and entertaining and aimed at bringing families and churches together to talk about faith and virtues like friendship, cooperation, faith, knowledge, and individuality. In elementary Sunday school, the video story is told thru creative means like Legos or drama or game show formats to engage young minds.


[email protected]