Three districts unite to help provide hope for Hurricane Florence victims.
Victims of the typhoon are receiving supplies through World Hope International.
So far, WHI has sent 3,000 cases of bottled water, 4,000 hygiene kits, 1,000 tarps, and a 40-foot trailer of baby supplies for residents hit by Hurricane Florence.
Nearly 30,000 Wesleyans are in the path of Hurricane Florence and need our prayers and support.
Displaced Guatemalans are in need after the eruption of Volcán de Fuego and the devastation it has caused.
The Wesleyan Church, World Hope International and Global Partners partnered together to provide funds for much-needed equipment to assist those in need.
Omar Haedo says the Caribbean is facing a “human catastrophe with 85 percent of the people without food, power and water.”
Rev. Kevin Barnsdale speaks highly of the assistance Florida Wesleyan have received, still weeks after Hurricane Irma struck Florida.
Dr. Benjamín Galarce Sánchez, national district superintendent of Puerto Rico, gives specific details on the devastation Wesleyan churches have endured through Hurricane Maria.
A number of Wesleyan Village residents on limited or fixed incomes find it difficult to cope with their present situations caused by Hurricane Irma.
Your prayers, financial gifts and ability to volunteer are still very much needed.
Wesleyan Academy ,a private, evangelical Christian school in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, has been heavily damaged by Hurricane Maria.
The Wesleyan Church, through the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund, is partnering with World Hope International to respond.
Following is a report from Pastor Kevin Barnsdale, Countryside Wesleyan Church in Alva, Florida, that will bless and inform you. Needs are great in disaster-impacted areas and reports of significant damage continue to surface.
General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt is activating the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund in response to damage sustained in Florida and the Caribbean.
Initial reports are positive.
Your help is still needed to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey. Read how you can help in tangible ways.
The Wesleyan Church and World Hope International are joining together to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey. Learn how you can help.
With scores dead and thousands homeless already, The Pilgrim Wesleyan Church in Peru desperately needs our help to lift up the love of Christ to a nation in crisis.
Relief supplies continue to arrive in Haiti, weeks after Hurricane Matthew destroyed the livelihood of many.
Through partnership between The Wesleyan Church, World Hope International, Global Partners, and other organizations, the first shipment of supplies has been delivered in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
With 146,000 homes damaged in Louisiana, this is the worst disaster in the US since 2012’s superstorm Sandy. Opportunities abound for volunteer teams to lend a hand.
The Flint Grassroots Initiative continues to pave the way in how Wesleyans, other churches, and social and government services are working together to help those in need during the water crisis.
In a short time, local Wesleyans have formed the “Flint Grassroots Initiative,” developing an impressive comprehensive response for marginalized victims. They see how God has prepared them for this.