Sunday school 9:30 and 11:30
1401 NW 25th Street, OKC 73106
Jesus: Light of the World
Join senior pastor Adam Shahan as we consider passages from the Hebrew Bible and New Testament that speak of Jesus as “Light” and “Life!”
Explore Wesley Church and find the class, small group, or mission opportunity that will connect you with others who want to live out Christ’s love for all people.
Wednesdays @ Wesley
Every Wednesday: Hand Bell Choir 5:45 | Choir and Praise Band 7:00
First Wednesdays: Dinner 5:30 | All-Church study 6:00
Hello from the church of second chances, where tradition meets today! Wesley is a part of the worldwide United Methodist denomination. You are welcome here, and no asterisk or fine print accompanies that welcome. We are a diverse and growing congregation that is seeing people follow Jesus for the first time and for the first time in a long time. Come and see what God is accomplishing here through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Our MissioN, Vision, & PURPOSE
MISSION: We make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world
VISION: We are an inclusive community living out Christ’s love for all people, for the renewal of all things
PURPOSE: We SERVE God and others, GROW in our faith, and SHARE the love of Jesus. Serve. Grow. Share.
Faith & Life Collide
We are a place of safety and spiritual sanctuary for all people. We welcome into full participation in the life of this church people of every race, ethnicity, age, ability, physical or mental condition, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, identity, orientation, and family situation. We invite all people into the way of Jesus Christ, to grow together in Christian maturity, and go forth into the world to serve. We make mistakes along the way, but we learn and grow with the leadership of Christ and the movement of the Holy Spirit.
“Whatever you did to the least of these who are my children, you did it to me”
Serve . Grow . Share .
Wesley is a living ecosystem of church and community partnerships. We are making a tangible difference in prison ministry and restorative justice, ministry with refugees, immigrants, prisoners, the home insecure, and addicts in recovery. We also have a wide range of Sunday school classes, HomeGroups, and discipleship opportunities for all ages.
Lots of Ways to Get Involved.
Meet the Team
Join Us At Any Event!
1st Wednesdays @ Wesley
Every first Wednesday 5:30
Join us for dinner at 5:30 followed by a variety of speakers, topics, and activities that begin at 6:00 p.m.
We also have opportunities for praise band, hand bells, chancel choir, and student ministries.
Serve Christ, Build Community, Grow in faith
HomeGroups are gatherings of 6-10 people who meet for one hour, once per week to ask “How is it with your soul?” or quite literally “How is it in your life together with Christ?” HomeGroups then engage in a group practice, prayer, and acts of mercy.
Recovery is Possible
AA, NA, SA
We offer NA meetings every night of the week, AA groups for men and women on Mondays and Thursdays, and SA on Fridays. Wesley also houses the Resource Store for the Western Area of Narcotics Anonymous that includes Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas.
Find an event and get connected
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK
HomeGroups, prison ministry, 12-step support, refugee tutoring and citizenship, homeless ministry, Bible studies and small groups
Sunday school, worship, community lunch, Youth Group
Games and Appetizers
Hand Bells, Chancel Choir, Spiritual Voices Ensemble, 1st Wednesdays @ Wesley
Paint & Pray
Free Community Breakfast
Plan Your Visit
Use the “I’m New” tab to find FAQ’s and answers and prepare to be our guest this weekend.
You do not have to be a member of Wesley Church to participate in our activities, and weekly holy communion is available to all.
Choose a Class
Let us guide you to Wesley Hall for coffee and donuts, Wesley Kids wing if you need to drop off little ones, and then to a Sunday school class.
Use the side menu to navigate through choices for children, youth, and adults.
Ancient Modern Worship
Our worship is where “tradition meets today.” Our gothic cathedral draws our eyes heavenward, and we celebrate a mix of classic and modern hymns and songs of the faith with a full chancel choir and praise ensemble.