The Wesleyan Worship Project, a grassroots initiative, builds on and incorporates elements of the Worship Arts Collective formed in 2013 to create space for worship leaders to collaborate.
The goal of The Gathering was for each attendee to be “encouraged, inspired and engaged at a deeper level with each other, their spouse and with God.”
The new model includes an interim district superintendent and a team of leaders to serve alongside him, as District Superintendent Dan Berry retires.
WE5 celebrates the combined strength and ongoing impact of the five colleges and universities of The Wesleyan Church.
The newly formed Great Lakes District of The Wesleyan Church includes churches in Illinois and Michigan.
Elliott will begin his appointment in August and replaces General Superintendent Emeritus Dr. H. C. Wilson who is retiring.
Wesleyans from North America and beyond gathered to worship, learn and engage on the recent Discipleship Cruise.
At the 137th General Board Session, members celebrated The Wesleyan Church’s past while looking forward to the future.
C. K. Chitty retires as CEO of Hephzibah Ministries after 10 years of executive leadership.
Omar Haedo says the Caribbean is facing a “human catastrophe with 85 percent of the people without food, power and water.”
Dezaray and Matt are just two of the more than 18,000 students who are enrolled in Wesleyan colleges and universities each year. Their stories of overcoming obstacles to obtain their degrees are both inspiring and compelling.
The Wesleyan Church and World Hope International are joining together to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey. Learn how you can help.