Our response will change as guidelines from the Governor and experts change

Things we are doing right now…

  • We are praying for our community and those that are impacted in big and small ways by this virus.

  • All of our ministry activities are being held in virtual space until it is safe to reopen. Check our Get Involved page, social media posts, or subscribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date on our current events.

  • If you are visiting us for the first time and would like us to contact you with more information about our ministries, please contact the Chaplain via email to be added to the mailing list.

  • Worship will gather via Zoom conferencing until further notice.

  • Due to public health concerns, we will refrain from providing food and beverages until further notice.

  • Upon the recommendation of local authorities, we have closed the Wesley Foundation building to public access.

If you are sick…

  • If you are ill or if your immune system is depleted, please do not come to the Wesley Foundation at this time. If you have a family member who is ill, please be mindful of the fact that you might carry germs into or out of the house. Wesley Foundation staff will be following this same guideline.

  • If you are in need of food or supplies, please contact the Chaplain

  • Please contact us if you are ultimately diagnosed with COVID-19. 


If you have a child going to college and living in a dorm, have them pack an emergency COVID-19 bag in case they test positive and have to quarantine.

The possibility exists that your child may test positive, and have to leave his or her dorm for a quarantine location. It's probably a VERY GOOD idea to have a pre-packed quarantine bag in their closet. It would be so much easier to ask a roommate to grab "the blue Nike bag in the closet and my laptop" than to try to figure out what they will want/need for two weeks.


  • Extra cell phone charger

  • List of important peoples’ phone numbers written out,

  • List of any allergies

  • 2 or more complete changes of comfy clothes: sweats, PJ Pants, T's, Fuzzy Socks

  • Fleece throw (take the tiniest one in the house and squish it into an XL Baggie, then force the extra air out.)

  • Thermometer

  • Body Lotion/baby oil

  • Feminine Hygiene/Special Hygiene stuff,

  • Toothbrush, Toothpaste,

  • Shampoo/Conditioner,

  • Hair comb/brush, Hair Ties

  • Cough Drops

  • Tylenol to bring fever down, help with aches

  • Vicks Vap O Rub

  • Prescription medications (optional Mucinex DM or Robitussin Cough & Chest Congestion)

  • Anti-diarrhea, anti-nausea medicines

  • Tissues

  • Baby wipes

  • Snacks

  • A few masks

  • Some sort of distraction-even a coloring book and crayons or a deck of cards,

  • Powdered Gatorade to mix in water may be a great idea