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Weekly Wesley Events

Weekly Schedule During the School Year:


    3:00 PM Praise Warm-Up
    Do you like to praise God through music, especially contemporary praise music? Would you like to join others who are making a joyful noise? We are always open to new members with any gifts. Each band and individual musicians are also encouraged to go out to share our musical witness to other nearby churches.

4:15 PM Snacks and Welcome
4:30 PM Worship, Great Hall
5:30 PM Loaves and Fishes Supper - free will donation
Join us for food and fellowship Sundays at 5:30 p.m. in the basement at Wesley Foundation. We take up a love offering, half of which goes to help support our orphan Faith who we’ve “adopted” in Zimbabwe.

6:30 PM Council on Ministries (every other week)
7:30 PM Recreation (Ultimate, Wallyball, etc. depending on weather)



    6:00 PM Grad Group


    6:30 PM Council on Ministries (every other week)
    8:00 PM Praise Gathering
    8:15 PM Small Groups:
    Gospel Truth - Disney & the Bible
    Searching for God Knows What
    9:15 PM Communion and Devotions
    Students gather for this casual worship service in our lounge with student devotions, singing, prayers, and a celebration of the Lord’s Supper. Lots of times we have more food to eat after worship! Communion is also served monthly at our Sunday service.
    10ish Dessert and Fellowship


1700 State Route 26 W.

Wednesdays @ First is evening programming hosted at First UMC that students are welcome to attend. Our suppers run from 5:15- 6 PM at First United Methodist Church, west of Purdue West on State St. past the horticulture park. There’s a nice nature trail that starts near McCormick and First Street. Or, call to reserve a ride 743-1285 before 4:30. See for the Wednesday small group studies which students are always welcome to join.


    12:10 PM “Conversations” Brown Bag Lunch
    7:30 PM Recreation (Ultimate Frisbee, Wallyball, etc. depending on weather)


    Friday Fellowship Event


    Service Projects
    Winterization is a community service project in which students from Purdue University assist in preparing the yards and homes of the elderly and disabled in Tippecanoe County for winter. Volunteers will rake leaves, clean gutters, wash windows, trim shrubs, and other winterizing tasks for the residents. Conversation with the residents is also important, as many are unable to leave their homes regularly and have few visitors. Free breakfast and lunch for volunteers! Click Here for even more info!

Bikers for Jesus
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