I agree w/ DrMorgan - try with another EVSE.
But first, check the voltage on the battery (with car OFF and NOT plugged in). Voltage should be around 12.6V if fully charged. If under 12.2V, the battery may be bad (or it simply got drained). Borrow an AGM-safe battery charger and fully charge the battery. Try charging again.
If after verifying that the battery is fully charged, drive to a public Level-2 (or over to a friend's house who has an EV and use his EVSE) to see if the car charges. If the 12V battery is charged and and you can charge at someone else's house with THEIR EVSE, then it isn't the car. Next (if their EVSE worked) try *your* EVSE at his house. If it works, the problem isn't with your EVSE. If it doesn't work, then your EVSE has a problem. If your EVSE works at his house, go back home and try your EVSE on the same plug that didn't work. If it works, well, it's just a mystery. If it doesn't work, try another plug (preferably on a different circuit).