Marion, Indiana
Loving God, Loving Others

Brookhaven Wesleyan Church

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Morning Worship Times

  • 8:30 - 9:30 am (1st worship)
  • 9:45 - 10:30 am (Sunday school)
  • 10:45 - 11:45 am (2nd worship)

Sunday Evening Worship Times

  • 6:00 pm (Sanctuary venue)
  • 6:00 pm (Horizon venue)

March & April Sermon Series

"True Story - Where God Encounters the Story of Our Lives"  John 10:10  " I am come that they may have life..."

New to Brookhaven

The focus of Brookhaven Wesleyan Church is "Loving God, Loving Others". At Brookhaven, you will find a family of believers who genuinely display their love for the Lord and for each other in their daily lives. We want to exalt Jesus Christ by evangelizing the lost, discipling the believers...

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Our Ministries

As you would imagine, we have many ministries at Brookhaven and will try to briefly highlight them here.

If you have questions about any special ministry, simply contact the person responsible for that ministry to get more information...

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Church Events

We have many events here at Brookhaven involving education, music, family arts, health and wellness.

We have listed the many calendar events here to help find something for your interest...

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Service Times

We are pleased to offer several distinctive opportunities for worship. We encourage everyone to choose the worship time and style that best suits you and your family.

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Who are the Wesleyans?

The Wesleyan Church is an evangelical, Protestant denomination. We offer the good news that faith in Jesus Christ makes possible a wonderful personal relationship with God, a holy life empowered by His Holy Spirit for witness and service, and assurance of eternal life in heaven. Our ministries emphasize practical Bible teaching, uplifting worship, and special programs to meet a variety of life needs.

With World Headquarters in Fishers, Indiana, The Wesleyan Church has nearly 400,000 constituents in 5,000 churches and missions in 80 countries of the world. Formed in 1968 resulting from the mergers of several like-minded groups, dating back as far as 1843, The Wesleyan Church has its roots in John Wesley's Methodism.

To learn more about the Wesleyan Church, visit the Wesleyan Church.