In Worship: We continue our Worship series, “Risky Business.” If Jesus lived in today, the risk assessment folks would have surely rejected his application for life insurance. He often put himself in positions of risk: rubbing rulers the wrong way, eating with “sketchy” people, healing the sick and the unclean. It seems the message of the reign of God requires a bit of risky business. Are we willing to take risks for love and justice? What price to we pay by just playing it safe?    This Week: “”Not So Untouchable.”   

SUNDAY February 9 Volunteers
OFFERING COUNTERS: Martha Butler and Jim Rice
GREETERS:  Tom and Tiffiny Lewis

Church council meeting: The quarterly meeting of the Wesley Church Council will be this Sunday, February 9th at noon.  This is an open meeting and all are welcome to come hear & speak about matters pertaining to Wesley Church.

Upcoming VOICE events!   Wesley is now part of VOICE.  If you’re not familiar with VOICE (Voices Organized in Civic Engagement), it is a coalition of congregations, associations, schools and non-profit groups that have come together out of a deep Want to know more?  Please contact Wesley members Marianne Morgan, Mary Benner, Roland Haney or Rev. Jeremy Basset.  Or you can visit the VOICE website:   Remaining VOICE calendar for February:

Voter Rights Restoration / SQ 805 Forum: (look for Marianne Morgan and Mary Benner) Sunday, Feb. 16 from 3-4:15 at Penn Avenue Redemption UMC; 1320 N. Penn Ave., OKC
rom 3-4:15 at Penn Avenue Redemption UMC; 1320 N. Penn Ave., OKC

Wesley in the Arts!  We are so fortunate at Wesley to be blessed by the musical gifts of several students at OCU.  If you’d like to catch them in an upcoming performance, here are several opportunities!

Sunday Community Lunch:  We hope that you will join us each Sunday for this extended time to fellowship together. This Sunday’s lunch is hosted by Mary Benner. We thank her for her gift! Sponsors for Spring lunches are needed and appreciated!    Please contact Jean Hendrickson (

Organ Scholarship Fund:  One Sunday each month, our beautiful pipe organ is played by a talented OCU organ student. For the last year, we have been blessed by organ intern Chanmi Kim.  As part of our connection with OCU, we’ve established an Organ Scholarship Fund.  Funds will be used to additional monthly Sunday morning opportunities to play at Wesley.   You can make your donation at any time. Please be sure to mark it: “Organ Scholarship Fund.”


Wesley on the Move is published each Sunday and covers news for the upcoming week.  For more information about Wesley Church or activities at Wesley, contact: 
 Associate Executive Pastor
Marla Lobo
Church Administrator
Barry Bennett
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