General Treasurer/CFO

Our Mission

The Office of the General Treasurer/Chief Financial Officer exists to serve Christ and the Church as it allocates and manages resources.

We believe the most unbelievable, awesome blessing in life is to have a personal relationship with God our Creator, through Christ our Redeemer. Our aim is to put him first in all we do and to seek his wisdom, guidance and blessing. Out of the abundance of his grace to us flows our desire to serve both him and you. Our work is a form of worship.

Our calling leads us to serve The Wesleyan Church by stewarding financial resources, providing personnel services and facilities management to the General Church and to serve as a partner to resource the mission of various denominational institutions including districts and local churches.

We welcome your comments, observations and ideas as we partner together in transforming lives, churches and communities through the hope and holiness of Jesus Christ.

Financial Accountability

The Wesleyan Church demonstrates its commitment to faithful stewardship, financial accountability and transparency through its membership in the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. We annually provide documentation and reports that demonstrate our commitment to their standards of membership.  The ECFA seal on our website pages is a testimony to our commitment to transparency.

We annually engage an independent accounting firm to perform an audit in accordance with standards generally accepted in the United States. These audited financial statements are prepared for the General Board of The Wesleyan Church in accordance with The Wesleyan Discipline. Inquiries about these financial statements may be directed to

Regulatory Resources

Celebrating every time a disciple makes a disciple and a church multiples itself, until The Wesleyan Church has a transforming presence in every ZIP code.

Demystifying Tax Exemption

We often hear the phrases “tax exempt” applied to the church. What it means practically can often be confusing. Here’s a quick primer on how “tax exempt” applies to the church.

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Stock Gifting

Gifting stock from a mutual fund or other stock account is a great way to bless your church. Learn how to transfer stock to the church, free of charge, with the assistance of our investment advisor.

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IRA Charitable Rollover

You can increase your giving with a charitable rollover. Here's how to transfer your distribution to a qualified charitable organization tax-free.

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Gifts of Grain

Generosity from the field can also have significant tax benefits for farmers. Here's how to donate grain directly to a district or church rather than donating cash from the sale of grain.

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