Wednesday, February 25, 2009

JP Hong

Our fifth speaker in the CUES Sermon series was JP Hong, pastor of Culmore UMC in Falls Church, VA.

To listen to the sermon, click on JP Hong's name above or download the podcast on itunes.

NOTE: We will not have a sermon next week as Wesley will be on Spring Break / Reading Week. We will return on March 11 for the last for the final sermon in the series. We will also have a concluding service on March 18, during which President David McAllister-Wilson will come and answer the questions that have been asked throughout the series. If you have questions, please feel free to post them as comments here on the blog or email them

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Larry Jent

This Week's CUES Sermon Series message was brought by Rev Larry Jent - his sermon is based on Genesis 11:1-9 - the story of the Tower of Babel.

Rev Jent is a United Methodist Pastor, currently serving in Madison Heights, VA. Larry is a Cherokee Indian, the only Native American Clergy in the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Click on Larry's name or check out iTunes to listen to the sermon. And please, we'd love to hear your comments and thoughts as we continue this theological diversity dialogue - so post away!

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Heather Zempel

Our third sermon in the CUES Sermon Series was brought by Heather Zempel.

Heather is the Discipleship Pastor at National Community Church in Washington, DC. She brought a very powerful message and invitation to be in community.

Click on her name at the top to hear the sermon, or download it from iTunes .. and then post your thoughts, questions, or something else that might have struck a chord with you.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Dr. Mary Kraus

This was our second week of the CUES sermon series on theological diversity.

The message was brought tonight by Dr. Mary Kraus, pastor at Dumbarton UMC which is located here in Washington, DC. Click on her name to listen to the sermon or download the sermon on iTunes.

Feel free to post your comments as we continue this dialogue in the Wesley community.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Sermons now on iTunes

If you don't have time to listen to the sermons online, you can now download the sermons at iTunes. Just search for WTS and subscribe to the C.U.E.S. Sermon Series at WTS. The new sermons should be available by Friday each week.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Jason Mack

What a wonderful opening night of C.U.E.S.!!!

Jason Mack was our speaker and did a wonderful job opening our series up speaking on the topic sin. We'll have more posts that outline his sermon soon - but for now, click on Jason's name to listen to the podcast and enjoy the message he brings!

Jason Mack, is the planting pastor of College Park Church Plant in College Park, MD. He is a graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary, where he continues to work and teach on occasion in the areas of church planting and The Emerging Church. He is married to Tara Drozdenko, and is a part-time stay at home father to 2 year old Ethan Emanuel Mack.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

C.U.E.S. Kicks off January 28!


Next Wednesday we will start the theological diversity sermon series called C.U.E.S. This six-week speaker series will explore the range and diversity of Christian faith and theology as our guest preachers tackle the question, "What is a major issue at the intersection between the church and society today, and how do you deal with this issue?"

Come and join us as we seek to take C.U.E.S. from God - Community, Understanding, Exploration, and Spirituality!

Also, Tuesday, February 3 at NOON in KG01 we will be holding a theological diversity discussion forum. Come and join us as we embark in a dialogue focusing on debunking the stereotypes that are often associated with differing theological perspectives. President David McAllister-Wilson will be joined by Drs. Denise Hopkis and Scott Kisker in a discussion about the theological 'spectrum ' and the differences that are sometimes associated with the 'liberal' and 'conservative' theological viewpoints.