Jesus said, "as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, do it in remembrance of me."
We share in the Lord's Table on the first Sunday of each month. You do not need to be a member of FWC to partake, however you do need to know Jesus as your Savior.
Prepackaged containers of elements are being used.
Join us at 10:30am on Sunday, May 31th for Pentecost Sunday Worship. Our brass and and keyboard will provide worship music. We will offer prayer for those with special needs, our mayor, governor and president. Pastor Doug will bring a message on "The Family of One Baptism".
“We are stating that gatherings of vehicles, such as drive-in movies or religious services, are not a violation of my order prohibiting mass gatherings, so long as all participants remain in their cars,” NJ Governor Murphy said at his daily coronavirus briefing.
FWC Parking Lot attendants will assist you as to how and where to park once you arrive on our campus. Everyone will be able to remain in their vehicle and tune in to an FM radio station to be announced for worship.
Once we are cleared by authorities to re-open our campus ministries, we plan to continue having a Parking Lot option at 10:30am each Sunday. Folks who would like to remain in their cars will be informed what FM radio station we will broadcast on.
Each Sunday we will continue to stream the pastor's message that can be seen on:
YouTube Bridgeton First Wesleyan
FaceBook Bridgeton First Wesleyan
Web Site www.firstwesleyanchurch.org
Each week, something else is being addressed in our facilities to prepare for folks to return to FWC campus. Floors have been stripped and waxed, rooms have been repainted, carpets have been cleaned and everything is being sanitized.
We have over 35 active ministries at FWC who meet throughout the year providing support to every age group. As soon as we are allowed to gather again, we've asked several of them to share their vision and activity in this past year. You are invited to celebrate with us!
Postpone, a later day TBA
Dr. Matt Ayars will present Biblical teachings on the Psalms. Each class will begin promptly at 6pm. Dr. Ayars, prior President of Emmaus University of Haiti, has recently returned to the states to become the Director of Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington DC.
Please join us!