|Über uns||The 10am Congregation is the English-language congregation of Wesley Church. We are a multi-racial Christian community, Methodist, diverse, inclusive.|
We join the other Wesley congregations in expressing our Parish Mission Strategy Statement: Our mission is to demonstrate the transforming love of God both in the care, nurture and development, separately and together, of the Wesley congregations, and in outreach to the city community, with a particular emphasis on making our resources available in response to expressed need.
Wesley is a multi-racial Christian community
+ Methodist in affiliation
+ Ecumenical in intention
+ Diverse in theology
+ Inclusive in outreach
The 10am Congregation is the English-language congregation of Wesley Church, tracing its roots to the founding of Wesley Church in 1880. The name '10am' refers to the regular Sunday service times, but encompasses all the cultures who worship with us. We describe ourselves as generally progressive in outlook.
We meet for English-language services each Sunday at 10am. On the 1st Sunday of the month the congregation joins in the combined parish service of Holy Communion at 10am. On a 3rd Sunday (when there’s a five-Sunday month), a café-style service is held in the hall.
10am Singing Group
The 10am Singing Group practices after morning tea on Sundays in the Drama Christi Studio and participates in services at least once a month. New singers are always welcome. Phone Philip Garside on 04 475 8855 for more information.
Theatre group based at Wesley Church, Taranaki Street. All are welcome to join, in both acting and production. Some members are very experienced, some beginners, but there is something to suit everyone.
Meets weekly on Monday evening. More information is on the website: http://www.dramachristi.org.nz/
Loaves and Fishes Lunch
A shared lunch, held at a congregation member’s home. All are welcome. Held on the second Sunday of the month at 12pm.
Bring and Share Lunch
A friendly, informal gathering. Held on the fourth Thursday of the month at 12:30pm in the chapel.