Communities come together. Wesley creates events centered on a common interest to bring people together. Our weekly events for Fall 2019 are listed below – events will start on August 25.
People stuff: Some events focus on connecting people to one another. A brief prayer before dinner is the most “churchy” thing that happens at these events.
God stuff: Some events try to connect people to God as well as to each other, from a Christian perspective. Here, the focus is on God and Christianity, and there is often encouragement to dig deeper.
Sunday Night Dinners at 6 p.m.
Free food, home cooked and delicious. There are also plenty of good people to share it with or feel free to bring friends, everyone is welcome. Enjoy a boardgame or two afterwards, or the occasional optional presentation.
Swing Dancing – Sunday at 8pm.
“Just a Swing Thing,” CMU’s Swing Dance RSO, meets at Wesley at 8:00 Sunday nights. Each meeting starts with lessons. There’s no need to bring a partner or to know how to dance – this group is great at welcoming newcomers.
Movie Nights – Tuesdays 7:30 p.m. and
Fridays at 9 p.m.
Take a break with a film on our 16 foot screen with surround sound! Both classics and recent releases make their way to our cinema. Enjoy free pop and popcorn – and a seat on a couch or reclining chair, first-come-first-serve!
CMU Euchre Club- Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Enjoy a chill night with friends playing Euchre. No prior experience needed, just come and learn. If you are experienced, be ready for fun games and lively conversations.
Fun Fridays- Time Varies
Fun Friday events vary weekly from bowling, to murder mystery parties and board game nights. Every 4th Friday of the month is Open Mic night but check out our facebook or emails to see what is coming up. There is always a movie at 9pm after, the series varies as well.
RETHINK Worship – Sundays at 11 a.m.
Our Sunday morning worship service invites us to RETHINK what we’ve learned through the week and through our lives, about the world, Christianity, and ourselves. Prayer, music, and communion invite us to connect more closely with God. Sermons cover a broad range of Christian ideas, challenging us to think for ourselves and build a mature faith of our own.