Wesley is committed to being a partner in our community, offering assistance, encouragement, and friendship.
Is a community-wide program offering reading literacy tutors and mentors through a group of dedicated volunteers. Each Monday, Wesley provides space, helps with meals, transportation and tutoring for roughly 40 at-risk children from a nearby elementary school.
This sliding scale preschool was developed in partnership with professors from Oklahoma City University. The class current meets on Wednesdays from 9 AM to 2:30 PM with plans to expand to additional days.
Paint & Pray
This unique program allows people to explore their inner artist – even if they have never done anything creative – and at the same time experience learning about the Bible and becoming a person of faith. The program meets each Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m. FREE to participants.
A Narcotics Anonymous group that meets every day at 8pm with extra meetings on Friday (9:30pm), Saturday (noon & 9:30pm), and Sunday (noon).
Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step women’s group meeting Mondays and Thursdays at 6:30.
Held the last Saturday each month, these gatherings provide a full, nutritious breakfast for anyone attending and an opportunity for fellowship.
Sunday Fellowship Lunch
Held after Worship each Sunday, Sunday Fellowship lunch is a time to gather to build relationships and make new friends.
Through this community event shut-in or home-bound individuals receive meals prepared at Wesley by volunteers with the program and delivered to their homes on Thursdays each week, all year long.
Wesley Women United’s Women’s Boutique
For over 20 years this program has operated a shop of low-cost new and gently used ladies apparel and accessories. All funds go to support various local charities and outreach activities in the community. It is open Tuesdays and Thursdays (except July) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wesley Church regularly partners with Remerge, Skyline Urban Ministry, Neighborhood Services Organization, the Oklahoma Youth Orchestra, and other non-profits striving to address social and spiritual issues in our community.
Home to “Kingswood Institute”, a program of the Oklahoma Conference providing training and resources to churches across the state.