LOVE GOD. LOVE OTHERS. SERVE THE WORLD.
Within the Great Commission we see that the church is called to make disciples (Matt. 28:19), who are mature in Christ (Eph. 4:13). What does a mature disciple look like? A mature disciple is someone who is able to fully live out the Great Commission and the Great Commandment. It is important that the structure of Wesley Chapel helps people become this kind of disciple. The journey that Wesley Chapel will use is to love God, love others, and serve the world.
After someone enters a love relationship with God, he or she begins to love others; the person commits to grow in community with others. After loving God and others, the natural result is to serve people.
Wesley Chapel wants to walk this journey of discipleship with you. The weekly programs are tools to help people love God, love others and serve the world.
The first step in this journey is to love God. Our Sunday worship service and Christian Education classes help people discover and understand who God is, and the difference a relationship with him makes in our lives. Our worship service on Sunday morning is welcoming for those who are seeking or curious. It is also the place where the community of believers gather to praise God and learn more about Him.
The second step in this journey is to love others. At Wesley Chapel we have a variety of ministries that will give you the opportunity to meet people and build relationships. Ministries in this part of the process are designed to help people connect relationally. Small Groups, 55+, women’s ministries, youth and children’s activities are a few examples of ways that people can participate in loving others.
The third step in our discipleship journey is to serve the world. We want to see people engage in serving others through acts of love, generosity, and service, whether it is within the church, in our local community or around the world. Focus on community through food, clothing and toy drives, and reaching out to the world through acts of service are just some of the ways we help you serve others.
Loving God, loving others and serving the world are steps that we take in the discipleship journey. We desire to see people growing in their faith, and we look forward to being a part of that journey with you.