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General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt gives thanks for The Wesleyan Church, acknowledging the Holy Spirit’s movement among us.
See Jesus incarnate in the immigrant population, and be a radical, transforming presence for social justice in your zip code.
This shadowing experience will offer hands-on immigration legal services practice, program management experience and basic work on completing the BIA application for recognition and accreditation.
An innovation into assisting underserved immigrants find a path to citizenship.
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The Church adopts official statements of the Wesleyan View on issues in order to encourage laity and ministers to integrate faith and life to respond appropriately and responsibly to current cultural…
Encouraging full stewardship that is abundance-minded, leader-equipping, generosity-empowering, relationship-driven, results-oriented, and network-cultivating.
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These helpful resources will guide your IRS Charitable Contribution.
Gifting stock from a mutual fund or other stock account is a great way to bless your church. Learn how to transfer stock to the church, free of charge, with the assistance of our investment advisor.
You can increase your giving with a charitable rollover. Here’s how to transfer your distribution to a qualified charitable organization tax-free.
Generosity from the field can also have significant tax benefits for farmers. Here’s how to donate grain directly to a district or church rather than donating cash from the sale of grain.
As we Wesleyans often say, immigration is an issue, but immigrants are people. We must always remind ourselves that these situations impact real people—our brothers and sisters in Christ.
See this map of how dozens of Wesleyan churches are transforming their communities by offering low cost legal services and the love of Jesus Christ to their immigrant neighbors.
The Immigrant Connection office at La Iglesia El Camino in Greenville, South Carolina was featured in this news report.
“I cannot believe all the depth and significance of the training that is happening at this! I believe God is going to use this ministry in ways we cannot yet even grasp…” Dr. Jo Anne Lyon
This statement on Refugees was adopted by vote of the delegates of the 2015 International Conference of the Wesleyan Church