No one living under a bridge or behind a garage from Trinity Church / Garfield Park has come down with COVID-19, a gift of grace from God.
From Easter Sunday firsts to COVID-19 outreach, the church is leaving a lasting imprint on surrounding communities.
Around 100 people heard the gospel via car radio while maintaining social distancing at the church in Salem, Virginia.
Buildings may have been closed, but Wesleyans still found ways to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.
The impact of COVID-19 on society’s most vulnerable is sobering.
How Global Partners missionaries are doing and what you can do to help.
Here are several practices I’ve refined over the years to allow remote work to be effective and efficient (and even enjoyable).
General Superintendent announces General Conference postponement and church assessment decision
A missionary family serving in Asia talks about being on the front lines of treating the sick during the coronavirus outbreak.
Churches are deciding about holding worship services. Our universities are making adjustments. And in the midst of this uncertainty, we’re asking, will General Conference meet as anticipated May 31?
Global Partners gives global focus to the mission of The Wesleyan Church and provides an update in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
The General Conference 2020 (GC20) leadership team is monitoring the coronavirus outbreak and staying in close communication with contacts in St. Louis to determine possible impacts on GC20.
With the outbreak of the coronavirus, The Wesleyan Church encourages all members to implement personal and local church safety precautions as recommended by the CDC.
WHI is keeping track of the novel coronavirus and is preparing its response.