Wesley Enhanced Living originated with Methodist roots dating back to 1888, and was ultimately named after John Wesley, founder of the Methodist church. Through the years WEL has affiliated with additional communities, some with specific associations; i.e. Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley was predominantly a Quaker community, and Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line was primarily Jewish. At this time, all communities welcome and serve all religious backgrounds, with on-site clergy offering religious services, spiritual programs and transportation to local churches and synagogues.
Does Wesley Enhanced Living have any religious affiliation?