Who we are
WE ARE A MULTI-ETHNIC TEAM
living out the Great Commission and the Greatest Commandment.

Great Commission

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

Matthew 28:19-20 (NVI)

Greatest Commandment

Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.

Matthew 23:37-38 (NVI)

What We Do

We help leaders grow in multiethnic ministry awareness and create a culture of diversity within their church.


We are committed to intentionally living out the value of multiethnic diversity and racial equality. This is who we are and who we are becoming, rising up to who God has called us to be as Wesleyans.

Josmar Trent

Multiethnic &Translation Specialist

Santes Beatty

Multiethnic Multiplication Catalyst

Nestor Guidino

Hispanic Multiplication Catalyst

Kim Gladden

Director of Discipleship

Zach Coffin

Director of Next Gen Multiplication & Discipleship

Our Vision

To see every leader in The Wesleyan Church discover and develop their multiethnic ministry capacity within their discipleship and multiplication initiatives.

Learning Cohort

We would like you to have the opportunity of learning what God has been doing in our communities, and to gain some helpful insight, and adding to what you are already doing in your zip codes. This cohort will give you practical tools on how to measure progress in the area of multiethnic diversity, as well as action steps for continued progress and evaluation among your team and church. Our conversations are intentional, rooted in Christ’s biblical teachings and on what God calls you and us to BE and to DO

Each week, we will be expanding the conversation on each of the prompts mentioned in the article The Wesleyan Church… as it is in heaven (available here): Population (How is our church reaching increasing numbers of people from diverse ethnic and cultural populations?), Participation (How is our church regularly creating pathways, events and resources that demonstrate multicultural expressions and engagement?), Power  (How is our church increasing the multiethnic diversity and racial equality in our leadership positions and structures of authority?), Purposeful narrative (How is our church including and celebrating stories of people from diverse ethnic backgrounds?), Practicing unity (How is our church standing with and advocating for people of every ethnicity?), and Public square (How is our church engaging in kingdom action to increase ethnic and racial equality in our community?)