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unique OKC residents in recovery from drugs and alcohol

hours spent working the twelve steps and twelve traditions

Food, Clothing, Housing, Jobs, Utility Assistance, Addiction Recovery, Referrals, Counseling, Visitation, Detox, Mission Trips, Local Projects, Home and Hospital Visitation, Communion Home Delivery . . . we are here for Christ and for OKC. 

Explore Volunteering with Wesley

Wesley United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City provides opportunities to volunteer for a diverse group of friends and neighbors. You will be making a difference in their lives, serving God, growing in your faith, and sharing the love of Jesus with: 

Home and Hospital Visits (Checking in on congregation members who are sick, hospitalized, older adults, widows, widowers, or needed prayer, conversation, and communion delivered)

Refugees (English classes and citizenship classes, rides to appointments and job interviews) 

Ex-Offenders (Sponsoring apartments, rides to church, life skills and support, community service)

Students (Blessing bags for OCU students, wraparound support for international students, hosting college groups in your home)

Home Insecure Neighbors (Helping with referrals, volunteering in the thrift store, stocking the food pantry, volunteering for assistance and referrals)

Children (reading, volunteer childcare for single moms classes, English classes, Twelve Step groups, and Sunday/Wednesday nursery and toddler area)

Addicts in Recovery (Evening hospitality and greeters for our night classes)


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Exodus House Apartment and Resident Sponsors

Join Wesley Church in helping reunite ex-offenders with their families, find employment, settle into their Exodus House apartment, and encourage them in their recovery and re-entry.

Join members of Wesley Church in volunteering for New Day Camp, a summer camp for children whose parents are incarcerated. 

Spero Project and Jamie's Landing Apartments

Join Wesley Church in helping refugees resettle in Oklahoma City and see that it is a place of belonging.

Help children and adults with tutoring, English classes, citizenship classes, or support in finding employment, becoming licensed to drive, or enrolling in general and higher education.


The Blessing Box and Blessing Bags

Join us in providing items for, stocking, and re-stocking the Blessing Box which provides small food and hygiene items that passers-by and friends from the neighborhood may need.

Join us in created Blessing Bags of hygeiene items, protein and calories, water, and dry socks to help those trying to make it one mroe day. Also assist with seeking jobs, housing, settling court fees, and re-establishing paperwork and identification. 

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New College Classes, HomeGroups, and International Student Ministry

Loving and Serving Students at Oklahoma City University

Aly Shahan is one of our pastors, but her main job is serving as the Director of University Church Relations, Religious Life, and Campus Ministry at OCU! We are loving and serving students through worship, classes, and HomeGroups every week and we always send them signs of love, support, and encouragement during move-in, midterms, and finals. We also have volunteers host international students throughout the semester and at holidays like Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas when the campus closes for breaks. If loving and serving students is something you would like to do, sign up to volunteer or make a donation today. 

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Hundreds Served Every Year!

The Grace Stop Thrift Store and the Guy Ramsey Community Breakfast

Two of our permanent ongoing missions are The Grace Stop and The Community Breakfast. The Grace Stop is open every Thursday from 9:00 – 2:00 and has shoes, clothing, accessories, and hygiene items for children, women, and men. The Community Breakfast is the last Saturday of each month and features a free, hot breakfast for the community and the chance to use The Grace Stop. We are always looking for new faces to work with our members, clients, and friends who make use of these two special ministries. If working with our neighbors or outreach to those who are home or food insecure is something you would like to do, sign up below.

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