Worship at Athens Wesleyan Church

There are no “assigned seats” here, just family.

We believe that worship is sacred and is therefore essential to each and every one of us.

Worship tunes our hearts to resonate with God, resolves discord, and produces a harmony among believers.

Understanding that there are different preferences in worship styles, we blend the contemporary and the classics while trying to avoid the extremes and meet the needs of those who attend.

Sunday Service Times

8:30-9:30 a.m. – Worship Service 1
9:30-9:50 a.m. – Fellowship Time
9:50-10:45 a.m. – Sunday School
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. – Worship Service 2
6 p.m. – Evening Worship

More about our services

A little more information on the services provided: Both of our morning services are “blended” in style, meaning that we use both contemporary and traditional music. It is our hope that worship can draw us closer together as we draw close to God. For those with children, we do provide a nursery space with a speaker for those who would like to listen to the service. We also have a children’s church time for our young ones to engage in lessons that might be more accessible for them. These are both optional, and we welcome our kids to stay in the sanctuary as well! The fellowship time is where we come together as a church family, meet our guests, catch up on what’s happened this past week and break bread, or doughnuts, together. There’s always something good to eat, hot coffee and warm conversations. We have several Sunday school classes to choose from. There are classes for toddlers, kids and teens, a men’s class, a women’s class and a focused Bible study class. Many are surprised to learn that we still have a Sunday evening service! This service is more “traditional” in nature, and we sing from the hymnals. It is a more relaxed atmosphere, and everyone is welcome to join us. We also have a mid-week Prayer/Bible study that meets at 10:30 on Wednesday mornings. This study walks through a book of the Bible, usually no more than a chapter at a time. There is a time set aside for prayers, both silent and spoken; no one will force you to pray or make you feel awkward if you don’t. We have recently restarted our Neighborhood Kids program that meets from 6:00-7:30 on Wednesday nights for kids in grades K-6. We present the message in a way that the children will understand. Everyone is welcome!