District Superintendent Dr. Mark S. Eckart welcomed to his heavenly home after years of faithful kingdom service.
TWC… “As It Is In Heaven” Cohort – Session 7: Conversation with District Superintendents (Summer 2021)
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Dr. Eric Hallet was elected to replace retiree Dr. Peter Rigby as district superintendent for the Central Canada District.
The new model includes an interim district superintendent and a team of leaders to serve alongside him, as District Superintendent Dan Berry retires.
Pastor Ana Chacon served at El Monte Wesleyan Christian Church in California.
The Chesapeake District conference approved a new leadership model that features a Lead Team made up of five individuals.
The Institute was marked by a second year of unprecedented collaboration between districts, as many are working together on unique multiplication initiatives, shared ministry services and intentional missional partnerships.
Former district superintendent, Rev. David LeRoy, has passed away at age 64.
District Superintendent Emeritus Rev. William James served more than 60 years in The Wesleyan Church, primarily giving leadership in the South Carolina District.
North Carolina’s former governor has honored Rev. Dan LeRoy for 40 faithful years of service throughout the state.
A new district superintendent has been named for the Atlantic District, as H. C. Wilson retires this summer.
Forrest Gearhart planted the Sturgis, Mich. and Wheaton, Ill. Wesleyan churches, was a district superintendent, and a missionary.
Rev. Raymond Kensell served faithfully in the South for many years, in various forms of leadership.
Rev. A.L. Sypolt served faithfully in The Wesleyan Church for years, with more than 30 of those devoted to the Kentucky District.
A pastor, mentor, and leader within The Wesleyan Church, Daniel Finch is remembered as a man with a strong heart who deeply loved God, his family, and the Church.
Two respected district superintendents with The Wesleyan Church have retired after years of faithful service to the Church.
Dr. Philip T. Stevenson has been elected as district superintendent of the Pacific Southwest District of The Wesleyan Church, succeeding Dr. Stephen Babby, who served 39 years in the role.
A beloved minister within The Wesleyan Church, Rev. Ronald Walker lived a life of love for God and people. “We are the beneficiaries of that love,” said Dan Bickel, current district superintendent.
Lonnie E. Galyon, Sr., age 89, district superintendent emeritus of the Tennessee District of The Wesleyan Church, died on November 19, 2014.
Rev. Paul Augustine Wheeler, former district superintendent, passed away in Lynchburg, Va., on August 11, 2014.
The Kentucky-Tennessee District elected a new district superintendent on June 28. Rev. Aaron Sherman had been serving as interim D.S. for the previous four months.
The Wesleyan Church welcomes Dr. Matthew “Matt” Pickering as Central New York District’s new district superintendent, elected by the district conference on June 14 by a unanimous vote.
Dr. Karl Eastlack and Rev. Anita Eastlack were elected as co-district superintendents by an overwhelming vote in the Penn-Jersey District, and also were given an extended call by an overwhelming vote.
Rev. Don Hodgins has quite the “ministry resume.” As the district superintendent retires he is known for his humility, character, and faithful service to The Wesleyan Church.