Wesley is so much more than Wednesday nights! We offer many different ways to get active in our community, including community groups, missions, worship team, a leadership program, and retreats.
We have been created to live in community and not in isolation. Living in community affords us the opportunity to more wholly experience God through close relationships as we pray together, encourage, help one another, and as we study and live out God’s word together. A Community Group consists of 7-12 attendees and meet on a weekly basis in a Leader's home. These communities are all about establishing a stronger relationship with Christ and Christ centered relationships.
Wesley exists to teach, equip, and challenge students to find their unique calling in the Kingdom of God. Part of discovering that calling happens through service. At Wesley we're partnering with local church and community organizations like Homes for Heroes, the YMCA, Habitat for Humanity, and Rebecca's Cafe to serve Statesboro and the surrounding community.
Wednesday nights are made possible because of people who use their gifts and talents to serve God and minister to the hearts of His people, and we would love for you get involved. If you play an instrument or sing we invite you to consider joining our Worship Team. Our Production and Connect Teams are always looking for graphic designers photographers, sound techs, video guys and more. We would love to have you serve with us as we worship God through Music, Art, and Technology.
Wesley would not be possible if it weren't for the students on our Lead Team. They're the ones working behind the scenes, out on campus, and in our community every day. If you're looking for a way to serve and deeply invest in a tight knit Christian community, Lead team is always open to new members and we encourage you to consider joining our team.
Every Fall and Spring Semester we make it a point to offer students the opportunity to get away from the routine of everyday life, and in most cases, the things that can create distractions from their ultimate purpose in life.
During the Fall Semester we typically go to the mountains or a similar location. During the Spring Semester we encourage students to step out of their comfort zone and step into missions during Spring Break.