Could two churches lower their respective flags, come together and do something that neither could do on its own?
The once monochromatic church of 1,000 congregants now includes people from countries like Nigeria, Brazil, the Philippines and everywhere in between.
More than 150 men and women attended the annual event at West Head Wesleyan Church in Clark’s Harbour, Nova Scotia.
The church and homeless shelter have a long-standing partnership of serving in the community.
A Wesleyan pastor talks about planting a church in Canada and leaders of Fairmount Camp in Indiana hope to engage more with the community.
Next Gen leaders in Nova Scotia, Canada, “huddle” together regularly to grow, network and learn as they point children to Jesus in their respective churches.
A single mom’s firewood was about to run out. Given that is her primary source of heat in the cold, a local Wesleyan church in Canada stepped up to help.
Former district superintendent, Rev. David LeRoy, has passed away at age 64.
Three new Wesleyan district superintendents were elected in the summer of 2017.
Paid in full! A Maine church celebrated a significant milestone in a recent Sunday service.
A new district superintendent has been named for the Atlantic District, as H. C. Wilson retires this summer.
The Atlantic District has received a church and parsonage in Canada for $1.00 each.
OKWU president speaks at Kansas rally, Digby group prepares for refugee family’s arrival, California church fights against abortion funding, and more.
The Wesleyan Church is committed to helping refugees, Greensburg Wesleyan Church gives away Christmas gifts, Denton Wesleyan Church members travel to New York to serve in the city, and more.
Pastor’s pregnant wife remembered, Canadian church sponsors refugees, a Wesleyan pastor helps develop “Granny Pods,” New York church members head to Haiti, and more.
Rev. Dave Rowe has served at Houlton Wesleyan Church in Maine for 17 years. Those who know him say he is passionate about youth ministry.
The spring issue of Wesleyan Life magazine is now available. Read articles about God’s call on every Christian’s life, top 10 lists about church, Atlantic District stories, and more.
A new Indiana law affecting IWU makes national news, a Canadian church helps fund a school breakfast program, an Alabama church honors local police officers, and OKWU to add bioethics major.
Tropical Storm Arthur struck the Maritime Provinces on Saturday leaving over 1/4 million without electrical power. The popular Wesleyan family camp at Beulah Camp goes forward, with adjustments!
At the launch of the Buckingham Leadership Institute, Christian leaders from many denominations showed up and pledged their enthusiastic support, including financial support.