UPCOMING EVENTS

Men's Breakfast Feb 3
Holy Communion Feb 4
Transfiguration of our Lord Feb 11
Ash Wednesday Service 7:30PM.
Happy Valentine's Day
Feb 14
Men's Breakfast Feb 17
Presidents Day Feb 19
Newsletter Deadline Feb 20
Wild Game Dinner Feb 24
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NEW WEB SITE

The Wesley Chapel Youth Group now have their own web page @ www.wcumcyouth.com

Youth Meetings

  • February 7 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
  • February 21 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

The Youth will be attending a weekend retreat at Camp Allegheny February 16-18.

They plan to go ice skating in the future.


SPRING CLEAN-UP

Our annual spring clean-up will be April 7th or the 21st. You can be part of the awesome team to put some shine and sparkle to our Wesley Chapel church building and grounds.

Any amount of time you can give will be appreciated. Watch future bulletins and newsletters for exact date.

Wesley Chapel Church - Photo

Our Mission Statement

Invite and lead people to enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, nurture them in their faith and send them out into the world to share that faith.

  Join Us

Worship Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School Sunday 10:45 a.m.
Prayer & Bible Study Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Handchimes Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Agape **Wednesday 6:00 p.m.
Youth Every Other Wednesday 7-8 PM
**Does not meet April, May, June, July, and August

OUR ANNUAL WILD GAME DINNER

OUR ANNUAL WILD GAME DINNER is set for Saturday, February 24th at 5:30 p.m.

Our speaker for the evening will be Rick Lorson. (a short biography below) If you need tickets, please see the following: Blaine Walter, Leon Ohler, Bobby Miller, Russ Pletcher, Brad Pletcher or Dave Henry .

Rick Lorson is the area fisheries manager for the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission's Southwest Region Office in Somerset. For 29 years he has gathered data on aquatic habitats, waded through rivers in search of different species of fish and compiled reports as a trained biologist.

He earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Lock Haven State College and a master's degree in fish management and fish culture from Southern Illinois University. He started working for the commission as an intern in 1978. Ten years later he moved to the Somerset office.

The office, located near Lake Somerset, is responsible for public waterways in 10 counties. That includes 3,300 miles of flowing water, 11,000 acres of lakes and Pittsburgh's three rivers. The office supports the commission's mission, which is to protect, conserve and enhance the state's aquatic resources and provide fishing and boating opportunities.

On a day-to-day basis that means collecting data from local waterways to guard against pollution and ensure that waterways provide a suitable habitat for aquatic life. The biologists use the data to create reports, which are disseminated to organizations such as the state Department of Environmental Protection, conservation districts, watershed groups and sportsmen's organizations.

 

Forty Days of Prayer

Beginning January 6, the men will be starting a study around breakfast and fellowship entitled “Forty Days of Prayer.” The 6-7 lesson study will continue every other Saturday. You are encouraged to join the group. Please sign up soon so books can be ordered.

The men are halfway through their book study series “40 Days of Prayer.” They meet bi-monthly for breakfast at 8:00 a.m. followed by fellowship and discussion on the book, written by Rick Warren. Missing from the photo are: Delbert Lechliter, Charlie Mitchell, Andy Singo, Forrest Stark, John Stevanus and Alan Tubbs.

 

CELEBRATING 150 YEARS! 1863-2013