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Wesleyans in the news

South Dakota church helping community residents

LifeSpring Wesleyan Church in Sturgis, S.D., is just one church in the area that is helping those in the community who are in need of assistance.

Amanda Blackburn's Celebrate of Life service draws 2,000+

More than 2,000 gathered together at Traders Point Christian Church to worship God and remember Amanda Blackburn, who was killed in her own home last week.

Pastor's pregnant wife shot in her Indianapolis home

Amanda Blackburn, wife of church planting Pastor Davey Blackburn, was shot Tuesday morning in her own home.

Canadian church preparing to sponsor refugees

Digby Wesleyan Church in Digby, Nova Scotia, is working with Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia in the care of refugees in the area.

Wesleyan pastor behind development of "Granny Pods"

N2Care, the company started by Wesleyan pastor Rev. Kenneth J. Dupin, has created the "Granny Pod," a "temporary family health-care structure" that can be located in a family's backyard for its elderly loved ones.

Ohio church serves community with free dinners

Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church in Coshocton, Ohio, is helping serve its community by offering a free, monthly meal to those in the area.

New York church members headed to Haiti

Members of Hess Road Wesleyan Church in Appleton, N.Y., will head to Haiti in February as part of the Restore Haiti ministry.

Indiana churches combine for good of community

Memorial Circle Wesleyan Church has adopted Anderson First Friends Church, in Anderson, Ind.

Church denied zoning approval to locate in farm barn

Christian Community Chapel in Hillsborough, N.J., has been denied approval to relocate in an old farm barn.

IWU men's soccer wins league championship

The men's soccer team at Indiana Wesleyan University won the Crossroads League Tournament championship for a third straight season.