Hospitality is an important hallmark of our congregation, and we welcome all to worship with us. We are located across from the Fort Frederica National Monument on what is considered the north end of the island. We would love to welcome you to a Sunday service! If you cannot join us in person, our pastor’s sermons are available on our Sermons page.
This 45-minute formal worship service, located in our Sanctuary, focuses on the preached Word. Without robes, this service tends to be more relaxed than our traditional service at 10:45am. Descriptions of this service might include: traditional prayers, creeds, hymns, led by clergy, intimate, less formal, scripture-centered worship, and introspection.
Oasis Contemporary Worship at 9:00am
This 45-minute non-traditional worship service is located in Celebration Hall and focuses on community and authenticity. Worshippers gather around tables, coffee in hand, as young and old are led in music by an acoustic ensemble and in the spoken word by our Pastor. This service can be described as casual, seeker-friendly, and family oriented.
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Traditional Worship at 10:45am
Traditional Worship at Wesley is welcoming and vibrant, rooted in tradition, but unapologetically innovative in its desire to reach 21st-century Christians. This worship service is formal but friendly, reverent but relevant, traditional but original. Worship at 10:45 includes traditional prayers, creeds, multiple scripture readings, a responsive Psalter, and hymns led by liturgically robed clergy, choir, and organ with a full opening processional. We seek to celebrate the full breadth of Christian worship that is vibrant and alive.
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Holy Communion is served in all three services on the first Sunday of each month.
Communion is served by “tables.” We kneel at the communion rail to receive bread and cup before receiving a dismissal blessing from the clergy.
Communion is served by “families.” Communion is shared together by those gathered around each table in Celebration Hall. We serve each other as a family meal.
Communion is served in a variety of ways, including by “tables,” but most frequently by intinction. Congregation members are invited to come forward to two stations at the front of the sanctuary. You will be given a piece of bread that you will then dip into a cup of juice. You may then return to your seat or use the communion rail for prayer.