seeking to live out our faith through service, social justice, and witness; and striving to be a people of open hearts, open minds, and open doors.
Spruce Streeters can bring food donations, personal care products, and household cleaning items to the grocery carts in Seekers Hall.
In addition, until May 11, we have a baby's crib which will hold lots of layette items for SRSH: Diapers in all sizes, baby shampoo, hooded towels, baby food, cereal, feeding spoons, bottles, teething toys - The smaller they are, the more they need! Please help us fill this crib to overflowing!
A list of classes will help you decide on one to attend.
Under Ministries, see what Spruce Street groups do around our community.
Visit us for worship ANY Sunday morning at 8:30 or 10:45. Dress is casual to business casual. (Wear what is comfortable.)
Listen to our 10:45 service every Sunday morning on WCLG-AM 1300.
If you want a bulletin, you can request one. We'll drop one into the mail on the Thursday before the Worship service so you can listen and follow on Sunday.
We also have an informal worship service on Wednesday evenings at 7.
On those Wednesday evenings before worship, we have a quick, enjoyable potluck meal at 6:30 in Seekers Hall (main floor).
One way we have been spreading the Gospel is by radio - since 1939! These days people can find us Sunday mornings on WCLG-AM, 1300.
People sponsor our broadcasts in honor or in memory of loved ones, friends, families, and events. For information, contact the church office: 304-292-3359.
for our worship services adds to the beauty of our sanctuary, reminds us of the splendor of God's creation, and can commemorate events, remember loved ones, or honor family and friends.
For more information, please contact the church office (304-292-3359) or click here to send an email.
Glad you asked. The risk of handgun violence to children and youth is more prevalent in the United States today than in any previous generation.
The United Methodist Church recognizes and deplores violence which kills and injures children and youth. Read the resolution.
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CONCERTS IN THE LOFT - WESLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - HIGH & WILLEY STS, MORGANTOWN
SUNDAY, MAY 8,
Come and hear:
featuring Spruce Street's own Esta Hill and Chris Plein
providing Folk, Jazz, Country, and Pop music
Tonight we'll we share a meal and play board games! Everyone is invited to bring a covered dish - and a favorite game - to the lower level of the church at 6 p.m. Your Spruce Street Church family is eager to visit with you!
The United Methodist Men will provide a special Mothers Day Breakfast for everyone on Sunday morning, May 8. People can stop by the Lower Level of the church between worship services.
United Methodist Women will collect kits for farm workers through the first Sunday in May.
Pack inside a 2-gallon zip bag:
The Spruce Street United Methodist Men will be hosting dinner on Wednesday,
June 8th between 7PM and 8:30PM for the residents at the Ronald McDonald
If you have some untapped cooking skills or would just like to help out,
join us for our regular meeting 6PM on Wednesday, May 11th at the Sabraton
Shoney's to help us plan the menu and finalize the schedule.
We are recruiting volunteers, and spreading the word for Egypt: Joseph's Journey from Prison to Palace.
Volunteer Forms are in Seekers Hall, but you can also send email if you want information about this summer's VBS program, July 18-22.
Our favorite talent show - coming to our sanctuary - May 22 at 6PM
Whether you share your talents, or share your applause, we hope you will participate in our annual display of Spruce Street Talent! Our Young Adult Group will sponsor SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE. Participants should contact Sarah Allen: 304-292-3359; email@example.com