Wesley Handbell Choir

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The Wesley Handbell Choir performs beautiful, inventive music in traditional, classical and traditional styles.  Under the creative leadership of Donna Krauthoefer, our handbell choir employs both bells and chimes in unique ways that add a delightful element to our worship.  Youth and adults are welcome.

Donna frequently provides a special time for children to learn the bells.  If your son or daughter is interested, let our office know.

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    Mar 1 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
    Play Park is a clean, safe indoor space to play with your children up to age 5. Great place to meet up with friends and meet new ones. We have lots of toys, including riding cars, bikes, balls, trains, play kitchen and much more. Infant toys are also available. Fees: $5 registration (one time), $4 per child, $6 per family...
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    Wesley Ringer Bell Choir meets every Wednesday evening at 6:15. This group meets regularly September-June (Summer schedule varies)
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    9:30 am Play Park
    Play Park
    Mar 2 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
    Play Park is a clean, safe indoor space to play with your children up to age 5. Great place to meet up with friends and meet new ones. We have lots of toys, including riding cars, bikes, balls, trains, play kitchen and much more. Infant toys are also available. Fees: $5 registration (one time), $4 per child, $6 per family...
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