Education & Youth
Wesley offers a number of ways to learn and grow. In addition to our Small Group Studies and Student Center studies, Wesley has a vibrant Education program, offering Sunday School classes for people of any age and a children’s choir.
Kids’ Sunday School & Activities
Children are certainly welcome and encouraged to participate in the service of worship at Wesley. Worship bags are available in the entryway for kids of all ages. Nursery care is also available during the 9:30 and 11:15 worship services for children ages 2 and under.
Sunday School – every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
9:30 Church school classes are offered for children 3 yrs to 5th grade each Sunday in Rooms 127 A and 127 B during the 9:30 service. Sunday school is filled with opportunities for kids to grow in knowledge and faith through Bible stories, crafts, sharing and prayer, and music. Fall 2018 activities for Middle and High School students will be announced soon – keep an eye on this space!
Childcare is provided during the 11:00 Adult Sunday school hour and the 11:15 worship service.
11:00 Church school classes are offered for children 3 yrs to 5th grade during the Adult Sunday school and 11:15 contemporary worship service in rooms 127 A and 127 B. Classes for kids at 11:00 are more relaxed and include stories, crafts, and play time.
Parents’ Night Out – 1st Saturday of every month during the academic year
Throughout the year Wesley offers parents a night out. Kids are welcomed for a few hours of programming including play, stories, crafts and fun movies. This offers parents an opportunity for a date night, for gathering with other Wesley friends, or for catching up on much needed projects. The best part is that kids have an opportunity to grow in community at Wesley. Children of all ages are welcome. Watch for dates and more info.
CU New Parents Playgroup – Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. -Noon
Wesley is pleased to host the CU New Parents Playgroup on Tuesdays throughout the year. Children and their caregivers are welcome between 9:00 a.m. and noon. The groups meets in the nursery, but also spend time on the playground.
The Sunday school rooms are located inside the parking lot entrance to the left or at the bottom of the ramp leading out of the sanctuary.
Adult Sunday School
Adult Sunday School classes meet at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays
Scriptural Foundations – Room # 210
An intentional and inclusive group that welcomes all and focuses on how Scripture helps to inform a Christian response to social justice issues. Contact Judith Unger (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info about the current study.
Adult Bible Study – Room # 124
An in-depth study of the Bible led by Judith Staley. Currently the class is working through the Hebrew Testament one chapter at a time. They use commentaries and discuss the historical context of the scriptures, as well as the varied styles of the writers and language.
Forum Class – Conference Room
Topics in this class range from things theological to church concerns, to controversial national concerns, global circumstances and events. If it is in the newspapers, it is of interest to us! The leader is Paul Unger, one of the retired ministers at Wesley. Contact Paul at email@example.com
Animate Class – Student Lounge
Made up of younger adults, this class is video- and discussion-driven with plenty of time for conversation and growth as a community. Childcare including stories, crafts and play-time is provided during this hour in room #127.
The children’s choir rehearses every Sunday during Sunday school. Along with singing, they learn how to play hand bells and various percussion instruments. The children perform during the traditional church service once a month. They also participate in the Hanging of the Greens Christmas pageant and the Easter Sonrise service, where they sing and perform skits. During summer vacation bible school, the children’s choir learn songs and dances. If you have any questions you can reach our Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to learn more about music at Wesley.