2019 marks the 150th anniversary of United Methodist Women ! On Tuesday, 5 March at 7:00 pm all ladies of the church are invited to celebrate UMW’s proud history and bright future. Refreshments will be served. (Wesley Hall).
Ash Wednesday is the beginning of the Lenten season, and we start this season with worship on March 6th at 6:00 pm.
This special study begins Monday, 11 March at Noon. Entitled: “Jesus: Understanding His Death and Resurrection” by Kay Arthur & David Arthur. See Pastor Stan for books – $6.00 each
The men meet at Denny’s by South Park Mall for breakfast the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 8:00 am. This month we’ll meet on March 6th and 20th. Hope to see you there!
February’s a good time to look over the camping brochure to find the adventure that is right for you! There’s lots of camps to choose from – something for every age. Pick one up a brochure outside the office.
Bethel Wesley men meet at Denny’s (by South Park Mall) for breakfast the 1st and 3rd Wednesday’s of each month at 8:00 am. This month they will meet on February 6th and 20th.
The February Fellowship Luncheon will be Thursday, February 28 at Noon in the Activity Center. Cost is $5/person.
MENU: Spaghetti Marinara, Italian Meatballs, Mixed Green Salad, Garlic Toast Sticks, Ice Cream and Homemade Cookies
Call Steve or Mary Ann Harvey to RSVP.
Dine on discounted meals at local restaurants — Coupon books cost $35, with $10 going to Bethel Wesley. See Ray Edlund on Sunday mornings or purchase books during the week in the office.
Remember to bring your food pantry items! According to the Feeding America web site, 1 in 8 Americans struggle with hunger. YOU CAN HELP! Bring your donation any time, and place in the donation cart. We have two donation carts at Bethel Wesley: one in the Activity Center (near the kitchen), and the other in the narthex (near coat racks). Here’s a list of the top 20 food items recommended for donation: <!–split–>
Canned fish (tuna and salmon)
Canned meat (SPAM and ham)
Cooking oils (olive and canola)
Dried herbs and spices
Fruit (canned or dried)
Instant mashed potatoes
Meals in a box
Soup, stew, and chili
Whole grain cereal
January is a good time to look over the camping brochure to find the adventure that is right for you. There’s lots of camps to choose from – something for every age. Pick up a brochure outside the office today!