Mission Is that we will become a worshipping community of authentic Christ-followers, transformed by Gods Word, and committed to Jesus purpose of seeking and saving the lost. History The ministries of Wiley had a unique beginning. It is an outgrowth of a ministry that began during the depression years of the early 1930s. At that crucial time there was a dire need in the city of Camden, New Jersey. There was no work, no money, and in many instances whole families were deprived of the bare necessities of life. The Reverend John S. Hackett was appointed as pastor of the Wiley Methodist Church in March 1927. Thereafter, he found himself not only concerned with the spiritual needs of his church, but also greatly involved in the suffering and deprivation of the community. He, his wife Jenny, and his small congregation began to deal with those needs. In time Wiley Mission moved to its present location in Marlton and in 1940 began to dedicate all of its efforts in health care to the aging and frail elderly. Wiley Churchs ministry to the surrounding communities and our Missions particular calling to the elderly is centered and motivated by the words of Jesus Christ I was hungry and you gave me something to eat. I was thirsty and you gave me a drink. I was a stranger and you took me in. I was naked and you clothed me. In whatever you have done to the least of these my brothers, you have done it to me. (Matthew 25 35-40) Weve taken this same motivation in providing a church in which the entire family can find compassion, care, and lasting relationships with God and others.