Sketch of Wesley UMC

Wesley United Methodist Church is a vibrant, Christ-centered church that is meeting the spiritual needs of the Vienna community. We are located at 711 Spring Street SE, Vienna, Virginia 22180, at the corner of Spring Street and Moore Avenue.

If you are seeking a church home which encourages:

  • Caring and supportive fellowship
  • An active and devoted prayer life and study of scripture
  • Support for local and world missions
  • An open, responsive awareness to the presence and power of God’s Holy Spirit

Come join us!

Sunday Worship at Wesley

  • 8:45am – Higher Ground Contemporary Worship – Fellowship Hall Wesley’s contemporary service features contemporary Christian songs, led by our praise band in a relaxed and friendly setting. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and join us as we sing, pray, and worship together. We share communion on the first Sunday of each month. Children are joyously welcome, and there will be a simple, fun children’s message. Child care is available for children under four years of age.
  • 11:00am – Traditional Family Worship – Sanctuary Wesley’s 11:00am service features traditional hymns sung by our choir and accompanied by our organist. Our Sanctuary is a peaceful place to connect with God and our friendly congregation. We share communion on the first Sunday of each month. All are welcome to worship, including children, and we also offer Sunday School and child care.

Sunday, March 24

Lent is a season that, in Christian tradition, that people remember Jesus’ ministry on the cross with a little more intentionality of holiness and discipleship. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, it refers to the forty days, not counting Sunday, before Easter Sunday. During this Lent, Wesley invites all to our Lenten meditation, through which we will talk about Jesus’ last week in Jerusalem. Inspired by the book The Last Week written by Marcus Borg and Dominic Crossan, every week, we will look into each day of the week, remember what Jesus did and what those work would tells us about our life. On Sunday, March 24, Pastor Cho's lesson will on “Monday: A New Day at the Temple.” It is meaningful that the first thing Jesus did in Jerusalem in that week was to cleanse the Temple. If Jesus came to Vienna of 2019, what would Jesus say about the church? Jesus invites us to rethink about being a church.


We have several options for children during worship services at Wesley:

Children are always welcome to attend and participate in our services. Our ushers have children’s bulletins that contain activities for the children. If desired, they can also pick up a canvas worship bag (located in the basket under the bulletin & coffee table during the 8:45 service, and in the basket behind the greeters in our Narthex at 11:00). They contain coloring books, crayons, note pads, books, and Legos. After worship, please return the bag, but keep any paper “masterpieces” your child has made.

Sunday School is held during our 11:00am service. All preschoolers through 5th graders will meet in the Sanctuary at 11:00am. After the Children’s Message, teachers will escort them downstairs to rooms 102 & 104. Parents should pick up children from their classrooms after the service. If your family chooses not to send your child to Sunday School, please know that children are also warmly welcome to sit with their parents!

Children under the age of 4 who do not wish to attend worship are welcome in our nursery, found in room 105. The nursery contains both an infant room and a toddler room (divided by a gated half-wall) and is staffed by two adult caregivers.