|Wesley Chapel lineup features services, classes, meals|
|Written by George Browning|
|Wednesday, 29 August 2012 00:00|
A diverse lineup of classes, multi-age activities for growth, and sermon series will punctuate the new season at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church. All activities are open to the public.
The popular Wednesday evening activities, which take place at Grant Line United Methodist Church, 4810 Grant Line Road in New Albany, will resume on Sept. 5 with Simply Suppers from 5:30 to 6:15 for a free-will donation.
From 6:30 to 7:30, the following classes will be offered: “Not a Fan” DVD study of Kyle Idleman’s book and led by Erin Parks; “Spirit-Filled Living,” a study in Ephesians led by Steve Seitz, retired pastor; and a Deuteronomy study on DVD led by Rhonda Alstott. Classes for children ages 3 through fifth grade will include lessons, games, activities, and fun. In addition, Revive for youth in grades 6 to 12 will meet in the gym at Grant Line Elementary School across the street for games and a lesson led by Steve Wagner, director of youth and young adult ministry.
From 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Grant Line UMC, the nine-week Financial Peace University will be offered starting Sept. 5. The highly acclaimed course in practical financial management will be taught by Bill Amerson and Steve Latimer. The cost is $95 per person or couple, and those interested must register at www.wesleychapel.org and click on the FPU icon.
The church office at 2818 Grant Line Road/Suite 7 is the site of the ongoing Women’s Bible Study each Tuesday morning at 9:30. Joyce Knight leads the study of “For Such a Time as This,” which is free.
The Young Adult Bible study meets on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 at the parsonage. There is no cost for the ongoing study of “True U” led by Steve Wagner, director of youth and young adult ministry.
Grant Line UMC is the site for the following Bible studies:
--Precept study of Daniel will be led by Connie Newbanks and Beth Hussung at 9 a.m. beginning Thursday, Sept. 6, with childcare provided upon request. The cost for the book is $18.
--Beth Moore’s “Here and Now, There and Then: A Study in Revelation” will begin on Friday, Sept. 7, at 9 a.m. Led by Becky Perkins and Melissa Caufield, the weekly class costs $9, and childcare will be provided.
All of Wesley Chapel’s morning services (8:30 and 11 with classes for all ages at 9:45) are held at Christian Academy of Indiana off Grant Line Road in New Albany near Sam Peden Community Park, while the two evening worship services are held at Grant Line United Methodist Church, 4810 Grant Line Road in New Albany.
Pastor Tony Alstott will deliver the messages focusing on “Expand Your Prayers” through Oct. 14 at the Sunday morning and 7:07 p.m. services. His focuses for the traditional Old Ship worship service from 5 to 5:45 p.m., which will resume Sept. 16, will come from the books of Deuteronomy and Amos.
Wesley Chapel’s Sunday morning and evening experiences support the church’s deliberate focuses on passionate worship, intentional Bible study, caring for people, serving the community, and extravagant generosity.
For additional information about any of the services or other activities at Wesley Chapel (whose members and other participants come from primarily Clark, Floyd, and Harrison counties), call (812) 944-2570 or log onto www.wesleychapel.org.