Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Wesleyan pastor survives falling 300 feet, Ohio church celebrates 175 years and more.
Read how you can help brings smiles to faces in Buffalo this holiday season, in an unconventional way.
Houghton education students engaged with students in Buffalo classrooms in order to gain vital experience of teaching in urban settings.
A Buffalo couple has found a niche by befriending and serving refugees, Liberia announces a national anti-trafficking hotline, Houghton will host a basketball event with Tamika Catchings, and more.
Wesleyans left a mark on hotel staff in Buffalo. Jo Anne Lyon reflects on a conversation she had with a hotel bellhop.
For the last 27 years, the evidence of God’s work in Buffalo has been evident. The Wesleyan Church and various ministries have partnered to provide a faithful presence in the city.
For those who cannot attend the upcoming General Conference in Buffalo, live streaming of the business sessions and rallies will be available.
Rev. Greg McClain is retiring after 38 years of service with the Wesleyan Church of Hamburg, a church that began in someone’s living room and now averages 1,900 in weekly attendance.
Now that we have entered 2016, interest in the June 2016 General Conference in Buffalo, New York, is building. What are you looking forward to as GC16 approaches?
September saw some strong church starts in the east.
App developer for The Wesleyan Church granted $1 million, Houghton student addresses the United Nations, Liberian Wesleyans open Ebola education center, and Virginia quiz team ranks high at nationals.
Dr. Myron Glick and Dr. Joe Harvey will be presented with Alumni of the Year awards by Dr. Shirley Mullen, president of Houghton College, on Wednesday, October 2, during the chapel service on campus.