Wednesday Evenings at Wesley

Wednesday Night Supper at Wesley

Wednesday Night Dinner Pricing

Join us Wednesday nights this fall for dinner & programs!

Sept. 7 – Dec. 14, 2022

4:45-5:15 p.m. Call to Prayer in Oliver Hall
5:30-6:15 p.m. Wednesday Night Supper in the Fellowship Hall

No dinner or programs the week of Thanksgiving.

Make Your Reservation

There are two ways to make a reservation.

1. Complete the registration form online. (When registering online, you will automatically be enrolled for the full semester. Please call the church office at 912-232-0191 by Monday evening before dinner to let us know if you will not be attending that week.)

OR

2. Call the church office at 912-232-0191 or email Jennifer Baker. Please provide each family member’s name and ages of any children attending the nursery and whether or not they will need a meal. Children in kindergarten and younger will eat in the nursery, while first grade and above stay with their families in the fellowship hall.

How to Pay

You may pay with cash or check at the door, or use PushPay to pay online.

When paying online through PushPay, choose “Give One Time” then select “Wednesday Night Suppers” as the fund.

 

Fall Programs at Wesley Monumental

All fall programs take place from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday evenings after Wednesday Night Supper. 

Joyful Noise Choir | 3 years old through Kindergarten

Your young child is invited to make a joyful noise along with us! Please register ahead of time. For more details or to register, email Charli.

Children’s Choir | First through Fifth Graders

We invite all elementary-aged children to participate in our children’s choir. Please register ahead of time by completing the online form, or you may also email Monica.

Making Sense of the Bible
Fellowship Hall

Teaching by Ben Martin. We are finishing a study started in the spring, and we will begin a new study on the Gospel of Mark soon. Email Ben for details.

Colossians
Oliver Hall, Room 207

Teaching by Jennifer Thompson. Colossians was written to Christians who lived in a normal town—Jews and Gentiles side-by-side. In the midst of the confusing religious and ethnic diversity of the day, Paul reminds this church that there is just one Jesus and one Church. What might this letter to people from long ago have to say to us today? Come find out! This class is based on the study by Pastor Jay Kim called 40 Days Through the Book of ColossiansEmail Jennifer for details.

Enneagram and Spiritual Formation
Oliver Hall, Room 408

Teaching by James P. Owens. Join us on a journey of self-discovery and spiritual formation through the lens of the enneagram. The enneagram is a personality assessment tool, which can help us to achieve greater self-awareness, spiritual maturity, and relational wholeness. The group includes an assessment to help you discover your dominant personality type as well as discussion on how the enneagram can help us at work, as parents, and in marriage. Email James for details.

Young Mothers’ Small Group
Oliver Hall Parlor

Teaching by Katie Martin Knight and others. We would love to have you for a time of sharing and seeking God together. Email Katie for details.