Wesleyans in the News

A collection of Wesleyans and Wesleyan churches featured in online news publications.

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Wesleyans in the news: October 31

Each week, Wesleyans and Wesleyan churches are featured in online news publications. If you see a news item that relates to Wesleyans, please forward the link to communications@wesleyan.org.

Illinois family’s two sons both diagnosed with cancer

The Gerber family from Princeton Wesleyan Church is fighting a tough battle, as not one, but two sons, have been diagnosed with cancer.

Oregon church providing respite to homeless

Capital Park Wesleyan Church in Salem, Oregon, will provide space for the homeless to stay dry and warm this winter.

Celebration of life service celebrates one woman’s miracle

Family and friends of Janelle (Yaryan) Hill celebrated her life at Union Street Wesleyan Church in Winchester, Indiana, after Hill experienced a miraculous healing after being near death.

Canadian woman shares about serving in Bahamas

Deborah Gilbert of Halifax, Nova Scotia, talks about her time of serving Hurricane Dorian-ravaged Bahamas on a World Hope International team.

Church van driver still joyful despite stolen van

Despite Providence Wesleyan Church’s van being stolen, Jeff Bleamer, van driver, still finds ways to be joyful as he picks up children for Sunday services.

SWU celebrates opening of Jericho Project

Southern Wesleyan University celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Jericho Project, “a place where walls separating citizens with disabilities and special needs from the surrounding community are coming down.”

OKWU names VP of Adult and Graduate Studies

Dr. Brett Andrews is the new of vice president of Adult and Graduate Studies for Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

Church’s place of worship celebrates 70 years

Joylan Theatre, in Springville, New York, is celebrating 70 years. Watermark Wesleyan Church in nearby Hamburg hosts church services in the building.

As for reputation…there is a better than that: a clean heart, a single eye, and a soul full of God.”— John Wesley