In Worship: It’s Christ the King Sunday – celebrating Christ’s messianic kingship over all creation and the final Sunday in the Christian liturgical year. We’ll celebrate Jesus Christ’s reign with a hymn sing!

A Living Sacrifice – Commitment of Giving: Please prayerfully consider your financial commitment to Wesley in 2019 and return your Commitment of Giving in the offering plate or to the church office.  It is because of you that we are continue and grow our ministries and mission. THANK YOU for your support!

Sanctuary Decoration! It seems hard to believe but it is once again time to decorate our beautiful Wesley Sanctuary for Christmas! Many hands make light work, so if you can help decorate, join us on Wednesday, Nov. 28th from 1-3 PM.

Hearing Assisted Devices – Support Team: Our new fabulous sound system includes hearing assisted devices – both over the ear and directly into T-coil equipped hearing aids. To take care of this new equipment, we are asking for one or two volunteers who can distribute, collect, and store the devices for Worship each Sunday.  If you can help, contact Pastor Marla at

Christmas Poinsettias: Between now and December 9th, you are invited to purchase poinsettias to adorn the Sanctuary during the Christmas season.  Price is $15 and poinsettias can be donated in memory of or in honor of someone. Poinsettias can be taken home and enjoyed after the Christmas Eve Worship service on Monday, December 24th.

 Wheels Needed:  Our friend Jon Avilla from Exodus House is looking to buy a reliable car to drive to work.  If you have any suggestions, contact Fran Parkhill or Sara Schieman

 POTLUCK Fellowship Lunch and Boutique Open: Next Sunday (December 2) is our next monthly potluck lunch – bring your favorite dish to share!  Also, the women’s boutique will be open during lunchtime with lots of Winter/Christmas clothing and accessories.

 SUNDAY November 25
OFFERING COUNTERS: Peter Onema and Lisa Haddon
GATHERING:  Barbara Parker
GREETING:    Lisa Haddon and Martha Butler

For Healing:  Pat Fuller, Shirley Rector, and Daniel Cortez

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