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9:00 am Contemporary Service
Our Ensemble of keyboard, guitar, flute, voice and drums brings music that is tied to the Biblical text of the sermon. The words of the songs are projected so the congregation can know the message of the music and can sing together. The careful choice of music with Pastor Andy Krpata’s sermon theme helps bring us to the feet of Jesus and to experience the Risen Christ. The Kinderchor, our children’s voice choir, or the Klangchor, one of our bell choirs also often bring music to this service.
Holy Communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month.
At 11 am each Sunday, glorious classical music, friendly people, and familiar hymns encourage Wesley members and guests to glorify God in a traditional worship service.
Our classic service features many elements of traditional liturgy and scripture readings, all of which frame Pastor Andy Krpata’s compelling messages. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
Our congregation is called to worship by the Prelude — perhaps Bach or Mendelssohn or Brahms. We sing hymns to the sound of Allan at the pipe organ. The design of the 1680 pipes above the organ console reminds us of the wings of an angel hovering in our midst. The Chancel Choir, ourbell choirs — the Celebration Ringers and the Klangchor — and our Kinderchor children’s choir also bring us music, as well as soloists and visiting musicians.
Join us as we worship God in beautiful song, thought-provoking readings, and insightful sermons.
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Wesley Atrium Greeters
Our team has the opportunity to greet friends and strangers with a hello, smile, handshake or hug. When it’s helpful, we escort folks to places in the church that may be unfamiliar to them, answer questions and try to fill a need if there is one so that no one feels like a stranger at Wesley Church.