Wesleyans in the News
A collection of Wesleyans and Wesleyan churches featured in online news publications.
Here’s the latest
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North Head Wesleyan Church, Seal Cove Wesleyan Church and Central Wesleyan Church merged in order to continue in effective ministry in Grand Harbour, New Brunswick.
Watermark Wesleyan Church is collecting items like blankets, water and non-perishables to send to Texans devastated by the recent winter storm.
Business students at Houghton College are offering free income tax preparation to area residents who qualify for assistance.
An articulation agreement signed by Wesley Seminary and Oklahoma Wesleyan University will “help OKWU students complete their graduate theological degree” at the seminary.
For the past three years, Southern Wesleyan University has been named a “Top Military Friendly School.”
Rebecka Peterson, a 2010 graduate of Oklahoma Wesleyan University was named “Teacher of the Year” in a public school system in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, is the only homeless shelter in the county, and it’s being saluted for its work to serve the nearby homeless population.
Pastors Mike Colaw and Josh Lavender of Trinity Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, were interviewed by area news about the church’s Ash Wednesday practice.
Rev. Carl Moulton of Faith Wesleyan Church in Caledon, Ontario, has been inducted into the Guinness World Records for the number of pairs of cuff links he owns.
The curriculum’s unique format meets kids where they are, rather than trying to encourage parents to bring them to the ministry.
The church has bridged the expanse that separated it from the community and folks are taking note.