About Us

Wesley Hall School for Early Childhood is an interdenominational school for children 6 weeks through kindergarten. Originated by the First United Methodist Church of Westfield, Wesley Hall seeks to foster each child’s love of learning, personal development, and strength of character.  The learning experience is carried out in a manner that assists each child to become a responsible citizen, recognizing the worth of all people.
Each Wesley Hall class is taught by a team of two qualified teachers.  Staff credentials meet state requirements.  The teachers bring enthusiasm, creativity, and an abundance of TLC to their classrooms.


Wesley Hall Nursery School began as a children's play group in a house on Rahway Avenue. In September of 1952 about 20 children and their teacher moved into the new education wing, which is now Wesley Hall, in the First United Methodist Church. From its small beginnings, Wesley Hall School for Early Childhood has grown to an enrollment of over 100 children, with 10 classes for children from 6 weeks throughkindergarten

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