Wednesday nights at Alpharetta Methodist are about more than just supper. Everyone in our church is invited to get involved. Children worship God through song in Children’s Choir and learn about the Word while making friends during Alpha Kids. The musically inclined among us gather to rehearse. Adults looking to grow through study come for various Bible studies and CrossWalk. Youth grow spiritually at Life Groups. The impact of Wednesday Night Supper (WNS) reaches beyond our doors. Every Wednesday, teams deliver meals to the homebound and package leftover food for shelters.
WNS is 100% funded by your purchase of meals and made possible through the hard work of our five Sheepfeeder teams. Without you, we cannot continue to support our community and provide excellent evening programming for your family.
Our time together on Wednesday nights is one more way to connect with the Body of Christ. We pray it will be meaningful to you and your family.
What's Happening on Wednesday Nights?
Wednesday Night Supper
From September through April we meet on Wednesday evenings for fellowship and supper. Dinner is served from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Trinity Hall.
After Wednesday Night Supper (6:45 p.m.), children in grades K-5 will gather for an interactive Bible lesson and games. Ever last Wednesday of the month, kids will participate in Kids on a Mission.
Nursery is available for all families from 6:15-9:15 p.m. Nursery is available for Children's Choir volunteers beginning at 5 p.m. Learn more about our nursery services here.
The Respite: A Place for Parents
Many years ago one of the saints of the church had the vision to create a volunteer-led ministry to provide a meal ministry for our church community on Wednesday nights. Those who serve in this ministry of love are called Sheepfeeders. There are well over 150 people involved in our teams who serve on a rotational basis from September through May. Sheepfeeders are responsible for every aspect of providing our meals, serving an average of 400 meals each week, including dozens of meals that are prepared and transported to homebound persons in the community.
Because of the selfless service of our volunteers, not only do our folks get a good meal for a fair price, many people who might not otherwise have a meal are fed. Our teams are eager to serve and just as eager to welcome new team members. If you are looking for a fun and rewarding place to serve, we would love to make a place for you on a team this fall. For more information, contact Rene Watson.