Wesley Church


Close to the town centre of Reading, Wesley is a friendly church with worship and fellowship at its centre, where all are made welcome. Our Sunday services are at 10.30am and 6.30pm. For the Week at Wesley  click here. For worship this quarter click here.

New to us, or new to church? Take a look at our Visitor's Page for what to expect from a Sunday service.

Sundays difficult? If you're not able to get to Sunday worship, we have many weekday meetings. Take a look at these:

Small groups for fellowship, Bible study, prayer and church life development meet regularly. Find out more by exploring our website, or pay us a visit.

For more in-depth teaching and discussion, a group meets at Wesley most Thursday evenings to study a book of the Bible, led by various members of the church. Meetings are 7.30 for 7.45, finish at 9.00, and include refreshments, music and worship. On 18 January a new series begins on the gospel of John.

Wesley Painting Club meets on the first Saturday of the month.

What's Christianity?


LIFELINES magazine

Scaffolding has been taken down from the spire now that the repaired windows have  been replaced. We can now make the entrance more presentable.

Tower window

Attention turns to upgrading the adjacent building - the old manse, 84 Queen's Road - for outreach and mission. The architect is now  preparing the design.

'Aspire 84' is the current development project at Wesley church.

Traidcraft is an important part of Wesley's mission activity. Through it, we have supported the project to provide Amankwatia village, Ghana, with its own water borehole and pump, and a new toilet block. There is a Traidcraft stall appproximately once a month on a Sunday morning.

As in the previous four years, Wesley is joining with other town centre churches to offer hospitality to homeless people during January. Click here for more.

Hope, peace, love and joy are gifts of Jesus: we centred our worship upon these during Advent and Christmas, and carry that forward into a new year.
Our prayer is that 2018 will one of hope for all - hope fulfilled in Jesus.

Are you sure about this Jesus? was the reaction of Nathael to Philip's news of him. 'Come and see', said Philip. Come and see, come and hear about Jesus and what he can do. It was the theme of our worship on a recent Sunday morning - but it is a question for all time.

Choir worship

Easter service 2017


  • Queens Road
  • Reading
  • Berkshire
  • RG1 4BW

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