705 W. Jefferson St. Tallahassee, FL 32304
SMALL GROUP OPPORTUNITIES
We believe that life change happens most often when people grow together in a small discipleship community. Jesus spent much of his lifetime on earth investing much into a relatively small group of disciples. We have ALL KINDS of small group opportunities at Wesley, and there are some different options each semester.
New Student Group at 5:00pm - Join our Facebook Group
Pub Group (for 21 years and older) - Mondays at 8:30pm. We meet together at a local bar and talk about issues of faith. Led by Ty Revell. Join our Facebook Group.
Family Groups at 7:00pm. We have groups for women and men. Join us for dinner ta 6:00pm and Family Groups start at 7:00pm.
Collective Worship at 9:00pm. A community of people enjoying worship in creative ways and growing as worship leaders and musicians. Join our Facebook join.
FAMILY GROUPS - SAME GENDER GROUPS
Our Family Groups are part of our Men's and Women's Ministries at Wesley. These groups of women and men gather together for encouragement, support, spiritual growth, and accountability. If you are looking for a group of ladies or a group of guys to do life together, a family group is a great place to build relationships, grow spiritually, and get vulnerable with each other. ALL of our family groups will meet on Wednesday nights from 7:00pm to 9:00pm following our Community Night Dinner.
SMALL GROUPS - CO-ED GROUPS
Our small groups are focused primarily on spiritual formation and various discipleship topics. These groups are co-ed groups to help each other grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. Some groups will study a book of the Bible together, some will study a theological book, and some will pursue another particular interest. If you are looking for a co-ed group to grow as a disciple, check out our small groups. Our small groups will meet at various times on various days throughout the week.
Dusting is our one-on-one discipleship ministry here at Wesley. Each fall and spring semester, we invite people to participate in dusting. Typically, we pair a younger student (dustee) with an older student (duster) to encourage and build up each other in Christ. Dusting is not so much a mentoring relationship but a mutual relationship of sharing life together.
If you are interested in dusting or any other small group opportunity, contact Kayla McQueen at email@example.com