Who We Are
Wesley Chapel Evangelical United Brethren Church’s congregation began worshiping in the homes of local residents, with the church being built in 1857. Circuit Riders first served our area. In 1948 the fellowship hall was completed. In 1968, we joined in a merge with the Methodist Church to become a United Methodist body of believers.
We are a family of sinners made worthy of God’s grace only through the blood of His Son, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
We proclaim that God’s love for us has nothing to do with our deeds, but is a free gift from a generous, forgiving God. None of us are perfect and neither is our Pastor. But we strive to be faithful to God in all we do.
We welcome all, especially those who may not yet know our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our intimate sanctuary offers a unique opportunity to draw close to God.
We are called to encourage and walk with you, as we all grow in faith.
We jointly support two Pastors, The Rev. Rick Noll and Laura Bulger, as part of a 2-point charge with our sister church, Rouzerville UMC and within a cooperative ministry with the Orrtanna Charge (Mount Carmel and Orrtanna UMC’s).
Through the study of scripture, prayer, worship, fellowship and service, we are always listening for God’s will in our ministries. The Holy Spirit is constantly preparing us, physically and spiritually, for meaningful service. We rejoice in our renewing commitment and look forward to future growth. God’s family at Wesley Chapel is blessed to have you among us.
If you have a need, please be sure to visit our Facebook page to get our latest info, Rouzerville UMC’s recorded message or private message us with your concerns. To learn more about our core beliefs and structure in relation to the United Methodist Church click here.