Join us for worship on Sundays at 10:30 am.

Wesley is a community of Jesus Christ, nurturing spiritual growth, pursuing social action, loving and caring for ourselves and others. We serve 300 families of all ages and welcome many different expressions of faith.  Our ministry team embraces a progressive theology that produces thought-provoking sermons and liturgy.
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There is a new way to donate at Wesley United Church - ONLINE!

You will be able to find this button on the Donate Online page (found on this web page in the left sidebar) or at the bottom of the web pages on this site.

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Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Please click here for more details for the Pancake Supper.

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Gala Dinner and Fundraiser

A Night for St. Andrew's  Gala Dinner and Fundraiser will be held Tuesday, April 18 at the Wascana Country Club. Our Moderator, the Right Reverend Jordan Cantwell is the guest speaker. Lori Erhardt and Corinne Groff will be the featured musicians.  Tickets $110 (partial tax receipt). Contact Sharon Hurd for tickets. If using credit card, call 1-877-644-8970. Ticket deadline is April 10.

Here's an opportunity to support theological students, gather with great people, enjoy wonderful food for the body, mind and spirit. Consider coming and bringing a friend or two.

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SPIRITUAL PATH PROJECT
Click here to find Trish & Cindy's Invitation and more...

In the midst of our busy and demanding lives, it can be hard to remember that our lives are also a spiritual journey. If you're looking for more in life, at Wesley United Church (3913 Hillsdale St., just north of Kramer Blvd-see map) in Regina, SK Canada, you'll find people on that journey who welcome others to walk with them.

Our community offers friendship; the opportunity to reach out to the world; a safe place to learn; a time to question and explore your faith; the chance to discover gifts that will enrich your life and community; and a place to find time apart from the busy world to reflect and recharge.

We invite you to look around and get a feel for our church. Feel free to share any comments or questions that might be on your mind by contacting us. If you're not currently a member of our church - we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our weekly services. And of course, feel free to reach out and call one of our Ministry Leaders.

Many blessings to you,

Minister Cindy Bourgeois and staff at Wesley United


One entrance is wheelchair accessible. One bathroom is accessible. Hearing devices are also available.

wheelchair accessible hearing devices availble







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Recent Sermons

  • Nov.20/16 - Understanding the Kingdom of God “Understanding the Kingdom of God” Dr. Roger Petry, Reflection at Wesley United Church Regina, Saskatchewan Sunday, November 20th, 2016 Readings: Genesis 1: 26-31; Mark 9: 33-37 Jesus often spoke about the “Kingdom of God”. But what is the “Kingdom of God” and why is it an important idea? While we seldom think of kingdoms these days, the question is actually about the nature of rule or governing. It is about our understanding of how God makes change in our own lives and advances God’s larger plans for society and creation, what was traditionally called God’s providence. Our scientific understanding of the world and our mapping out of cause and effect relationships and the laws of our ...
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