Worship is held Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. and include music, prayer and Biblical teaching.
Worship at Norfolk Wesleyan Church includes worship music and a scripture-based message. Music is led by a rotating group of musicians and singers. The message will aim to encourage and challenge you. Sunday morning service begins at 10:00 am, and lasts approximately 60 minutes.
We invite school-age children to participate in musical worship with us. Afterward they are dismissed to Children's Church before beginning the message. In Children's Church, your children will learn about Jesus in an age-appropriate environment, led by caring volunteers.
Adult Sunday school begins at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday school provides an extended learning environment above and beyond the worship service message. The knowledge gained in Sunday school helps Christians become more proficient in using God's word, the Bible. Sunday school helps us gain spiritual growth and builds meaningful relationships with others who are working to live like Christ daily.
Join our Men's Coffee Time Tuesday mornings @ 8:00 am for coffee and conversation.
Jesus spent much time with his disciples. In addition to teaching, he simply lived life with them, enjoying their company at meals and getting to know them. Christians often refer to this time as "fellowship". Men's coffee provides fellowship in a casual environment for making friends, lively conversation, and plenty of caffeine and maybe a few donuts!
Got a competitive streak, or just enjoy a rousing game? Join us the third Friday evening each month for Game Night!
We live in a world that constantly tells us to speed up.
Slow down one Friday night a month and enjoy old friends and make new ones at Game Night. Feel free to bring a snack to share and your favorite board game or cards. Game night is fun for all ages and always has the entire room laughing!
The missions-focused Wesleyan Women meet the first Sunday of every month at 4:30 p.m.
The Wesleyan Women's Movement connects, nurtures and empowers women to grow in faith, discover their calling, lead, and give life to the world around them. Core values include:
Discipleship: creatively growing in God and toward others through deep and intentional connection.
Leadership Development: innovatively mobilizing women to discover their calling and lead the Church
Social Action: boldly identifying and rallying the Church to meet real human need in the world.