More than 300 faculty and students participated in SWU’s annual Day of Service, a time to give back to local communities in South Carolina.
(Picture gallery.) Volunteers from South Carolina District generously served countless firefighters who fought an area wildfire.
Over 50 participants from Oklahoma Wesleyan University spent a Saturday in September serving two non-profits in Bartlesville.
Planting trees can bring hope, both physically and spiritually. A team planted 100 fruit trees in impoverished Haiti, desiring to bring hope to a country in great need.
When the East Coast was slammed with a blizzard, various Penn-Jersey churches had to cancel services. Many people took advantage of the snow as a way to minister to their neighbors.
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.
HopeCity, a fast-growing Wesleyan church in North Carolina, is doing exactly what its name says: bringing hope in Jesus’ name to area residents by meeting needs and serving the community.
Plains Church in Argonia, Kansas, hosted its 9th annual Bronc Kraft Memorial Rodeo. The event is well-attended and gives opportunities to minister to cowboys and fans.
This September, Kingswood University celebrates its 70th anniversary as a ministerial training school. One way current students celebrated was by serving residents and organizations around Sussex, NB.
Sia M’Bayo received the 2015 Tony Maidenberg Award for community service during the annual IWU employee convocation. M’Bayo’s service focus includes feeding the hungry and ministering to dancers.
IWU senior Alex Brown traveled the country all summer in The Lost Bus as part of a trio of young men who perform community service projects where they find a need.
While young people today are often portrayed as selfish, distracted, or apathetic, Nancy Sleeth tells of a group that is making a difference and ministering in national parks across the U.S.
Some residents in Chillicothe, Ohio, are experiencing a good night’s sleep, perhaps for the first time, thanks to the Bed Brigade ministry at First Wesleyan Church.
A total of 245 faculty, staff, and students participated in SWU’s 2015 Day of Service and completed 17 projects in area communities.
Denton Wesleyan Church sent 38 people to Brooklyn, New York, November 21-23. The team took coats, blankets, toiletries, scarves, gloves, hats, and other warm clothing to assist residents.
The Canadian Thanksgiving break gave Kingswood University students another opportunity to serve others. Students in the Praxis program travelled to New York City for inner city ministry.
Bagley Swamp Wesleyan Church recently did some missions work. However, the team did not travel. Find out what they did to help others during “Love PQ Week.”
A Canadian pastor’s wife has suffered more loss than most mothers will in a lifetime. Now she offers hope to other moms who experience miscarriage and infant loss.
Wesleyan headquarters set aside two days for employees to give a day of service in a local service project. Outreach, Inc. helps homeless youth continue education and introduces them to Jesus Christ.
Kingswood University has served a major role in assisting Sussex, New Brunswick, flood victims.
Poured-Out short stories from Illinois tornado disaster.
SWU replaces day of classes with community service in Central and the surrounding area.
Nearly 50 employees at The Wesleyan Church World Headquarters in Fishers, Ind., used part of a recent work week to serve a local church.
A former Wesleyan pastor and his team of disaster relief specialists were working in Haiti when Hurricane Sandy hit the impoverished nation, just five days before it hit the United States’ east coast.