Serve Locally


Do you have one day, one hour, and one gallon of gas you can spare? Then Meals On Wheels is the thing for you! All it takes is you picking up the meals, you driving to the route, and giving the meals to those on the route. It sounds simple, but it is a great way to love on people and bring them a meal they otherwise wouldn’t be able to have.

Routes are available, all we need is you.

Contact: Sheree Pierce (409) 673-0884 


This team meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month and packs goodie bags for the families of patients at Harbor Hospice. They also provide fruit on the fourth Tuesday of each month for breakfast at HH. Wesley keeps a drawer stocked with toiletry items for families who stay for an extended time at HH. Wesley also serves Thanksgiving meals to families at Harbor Hospice.

Contact: Sheree Pierce (409) 673-0884 


We provide mentoring opportunities and other services to the boys and girls being supported by these organizations.

Contact: Sheree Pierce (409) 673-0884 


SOP is an ecumenical mission that provides services of all types to people who find themselves in emergency situations. Wesley is involved by cooking a meal for about 200 people the 2nd Tuesday and 5th Friday of every month as well as various other projects throughout the year.

Contact: Dennis Wright (409) 363-1173


Helping Hands assists with household repairs or handicap accessibility projects where it is needed and a person cannot do the work themselves. If you or someone you know is in need of a helping hand, contact the church office giving a description of the work required. The Helping Hands coordinator will then review the request, contact volunteer helpers, and acquire needed materials (provided by Wesley).

Contact: Church Office (409) 892-7733


Our “Seeds for Needs” garden provides fruits and vegetables for our community. All of the produce currently is being given to Nutrition and Services for Seniors (Meals on Wheels) and distributed to the homebound. Please come join us for our work days, which are every Tuesday from 9am to 11am.

Contact: Church Office (409) 892-7733


If you love to knit or crochet, join this group that meets every Thursday at Noon in the Parlor. to make hats for the homeless and to share our talents with other ministries and organizations.

Contact: Sondra Mayfield (409) 892-7733


This group is dedicated to making beautiful quilts to comfort those going through difficult times.

Contact: Sandra Wright (409) 718-5258


Wesley puts a FUN team of runners/walkers/strollers together and we support The Gift of Life Color Rush to raise money for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Research. This year’s event is October 6, 2018.

Contact: Sheree Pierce (409) 673-0884


Campus Compassion/ROAR, Reach Out And Read, is a partnership with local schools. There are many opportunities to do so, including tutoring 2nd graders struggling with reading skills once a week for 30 minutes; one-on-one tutoring or mentoring in other subjects; and/or being an aide in the classroom, the library, the nurse’s office, or at the front office. To participate you will need to fill out a volunteer application on the BISD website and attend a one-hour training session. Check the BISD website for more information, the application, and the training date at

Contact: Sheree Pierce (409) 673-0884


The 4th weekend of each month we are blessed to participate in the Love Lunchsack Ministry. This program provides sack lunches for 60 homeless members of our community.

Contact: Sheree Pierce (409) 673-0884


Each year Wesley hosts a UM Army. This is a week-long youth camp that comes in the summer, where out-of-town churches send their youth to come and work on people’s homes that are in need of repair or improvement. As part of hosting, Wesley provides some of their meals and a few hours in members’ homes for the workers to clean up and shower in the evenings. 

Contact: Pastor Matt Cecil (409) 892-7733


Kairos ministers to incarcerated men at the Stiles Unit in Mid County by presenting a 3 ½ day short course in Christianity. By sharing the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ, Kairos hopes to change hearts, transform lives and impact the world. This is done twice a year, as well as, monthly reunions and weekly “prayer & share” sessions. Opportunities to serve include inside and outside team member; cookie baker, preparing meals, prayer chain links, financial contributions, and closing ceremony attendee.

Contact: Zim Morris (409) 749-0166