Planting a church during a pandemic was never the plan, but God has been using unconventional circumstances to do incredible things through Table Church.
We believe this time together will catalyze hundreds of prayers — literally, all over the world.
Highland Park voted “yes” to the adoption mid-April, but it wasn’t an easy decision at first.
A quarantined Easter offered this pastor an opportunity to reach the people in her community in new and creative ways.
You are invited to gather virtually with other Wesleyans as ONE BODY, calling out in ONE VOICE for a fresh pouring out of the Spirit of God upon us.
A Wesleyan pastor is being used by God to make lives new in Mullens, West Virginia, as he shares his story of freedom from drug addiction.
Buildings may have been closed, but Wesleyans still found ways to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.
Two Wesleyan churches in the Kentucky-Tennessee district experienced devastating loss the week of Easter as storms tore through the region.
Coronvirus is running rampant through NYC. And Wesleyan churches are there to offer prayer, encouragement and support.
The impact of COVID-19 on society’s most vulnerable is sobering.
An interactive, family-oriented church is making the best of a hard situation as it still ministers to its community.
General Superintendent announces General Conference postponement and church assessment decision
With the outbreak of the coronavirus, The Wesleyan Church encourages all members to implement personal and local church safety precautions as recommended by the CDC.
WHI is keeping track of the novel coronavirus and is preparing its response.
When the songs we sing not only offer praises to a God mightily deserving of our offerings but also continue to inform us of his character and goodness, worship becomes an act of discipleship.
“Our goal with this prayer movement is to get a prayer group, led by students weekly, in every middle and high school in the country.”
Ministry runs in the Smith family DNA.
Alicia and Pepper were full of shame and without hope. Then their worlds collided with Homestead Ministries, and a newfound hope in Jesus became their realities.
For over 118 years, Hephzibah Ministries served the needs of vulnerable children. On January 18, 2018, Hephzibah Ministries, Inc. Board of Directors announced a bold ministry redesign.
Dunn led Wesleyan Investment Foundation for 25 years, followed by serving for 20 years on the WIF Board of Directors during his retirement.
Every four years, The Wesleyan Church gathers for General Conference to worship together, to consider pressing issues in the Church, to handle Church business, to elect leaders and to articulate a trajectory for the years ahead.
Your church is invited to join us as we pray on Pentecost Sunday, the rise of General Conference.
The Follow theme, “There is More,” represented the leadership team’s mission to “unleash a new Kingdom Force into the wonder and mission of God’s kingdom.”
For years, Chris made poor choices — even being sent to prison. Now he’s experiencing freedom after placing his faith in Jesus.