Veterans Day 2017

Veterans Day 2017

Memorial Day 2017

Memorial Day 2017

HAVE YOU SEEN MY SON?

Five mothers (five disciples plus Jesus) talk about their thoughts of events leading up to Easter.  A play by John McCauley Smith.
HAVE YOU SEEN MY SON?

THE LIVING LAST SUPPER

Ernest K. Emurian's moving play where each disciple at the Last Supper hears Jesus say that one of them will betray him, and each one ponders "Is it I?"
THE LIVING LAST SUPPER

Blessing of the Animals

On May 14th, Wesley's canine and feline friends received blessings from Pastor Harry for the joy they bring to our lives, the companionship the provide, and even the feeling of safety they give us as many of us live alone.  Twenty dogs, two cats, and a BUNCH of people enjoyed species-appropriate treats and activities on this bright and warm Saturday morning in the Memorial Garden at the church.

Living Last Supper

    On March 24th Wesley presented Ernest Emurian's 1954 drama.  The play is based on Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper" fresco in Milan, Italy, and gives each disciple the opportunity to give a passionate testimony describing his life with Jesus leading up to that moment when He tells them that "One of you will betray me."  Each apostle ponders their relationship with Jesus and wonders if he will be the one.
​    Many thanks to director Sandy Reeves, Kimberly Harrell as the opening narrator, and apostles Danny Aguila (Nathaniel), Kurtis Robinson (James the Lesser), Derek Mallard (Andrew), Chuck Adams (Peter), Sena Bergeron (John), Darryl Davis-Schulz (Thomas), Sonny Robertson (James), Paul Humphlett (Phillip), Chris Blake (Matthew), Kristopher Robinson (Thaddeus), Chris Robinson (Simon the Zealot), Pastor Harry Holloman (Judas), and Alexander Reeves (Jesus).  Many, many thanks to the production team, too!

Young at Heart Senior Fellowship

The YAHs met at Donna's home for our annual Valentine's luncheon.  The delicious food was prepared by Donna Weseman, Linda Baldwin, Sharren Gibbs, and Paula Mathis.  Table decorations with a modern flair this year were beautiful, and we all enjoyed our lunch and the good fellowship.  See you next year!

Young at Heart Senior Fellowship

Annual Christmas Cookie Bake

Wesley's children and youth gathered to make and decorate sugar cookies.  All they had to bring was a cookie sheet and their smiles - looks like everyone had a great time!  And the cookies look pretty good, too.