The comedy acts, magic performances, and songs have been rehearsed.
Now they're working on stage to fine tune the show they will put on later this month.
They have prepared 14 acts, coordinator Tami Shaub said last week.
"All the acts are new this year," she said.
Last year, Mark Ross and Joseph Pyle performed the classic Abbott and Costello skit Who's On First. This year, they will be doing dynamic duos, including Batman and Robin, Lenny and Squiggy, and the Dukes of Hazzard.
"We've been practicing," Pyle said last week.
"Our parents kind of picked it out for us," Ross said.
While Ross and Pyle perform together, Brandon LeFevre prefers to take the stage by himself.
This year he will be reprising a signature act from the 1970s comedy program Hee Haw.
"He picked up on the words pretty quickly," said his mother, Jodi LeFevre. "He did Elvis last year. Any time he sees a microphone, he grabs it."
The three are members of the church's A-Team, all of whose members have special needs. The group has its own Sunday School class and meets two Thursday evenings a month. Those meetings start with a meal and include devotions, a craft, helping with mission work, and a time to sing.
The year-round program offers a parent respite night once a month and goes on field trips.
"In June, we're going to the Bart fire hall for some training," Shaub said.
The program started as a youth praise team nine years ago.
Some of the group members attend Wesley while others go to different churches or do not attend church.
"The group is open to anybody in the community," Shaub said.
The program got its start about 10 years ago, beginning as a youth praise team.
"We had some pretty fabulous musicians and they shone when they sang, but they grew up and moved on from the youth team," Shaub said. "That's when we found we had people with disabilities who didn't have a program."
The annual talent show has become one of the program's signature events.
"The kids enjoy it and enjoy being cheered on. This is the highlight of their year," Shaub said.
Talent show cast members will also be autographing programs following the performance.
The show will be presented at Wesley Church, 1104 Kirkwood Pike, Quarryville, at 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 21.
Admission is free. The public is invited to attend.