General Superintendent announces General Conference postponement and church assessment decision
General Conference 2021
The Wesleyan Church approved the transition of three General Superintendents to one in 2012, and Jo Anne Lyon made history upon her election.
Located at the historic Union Station downtown, the St. Louis Aquarium is open seven days a week. It features Shark Canyon, a 250,000-gallon home to 80 sharks and stingrays.
Under the theme of General Conference 1968, “One—That the World May Believe,” Pilgrim Holiness and Wesleyan Methodists united, and on June 26, 1968, solidified their union as One Church.
Named one of the top science centers in the United States for families by Parents magazine, the St. Louis Science Center provides a day of fun.
The United Stewardship Fund is “the way we unite vision, networks, leaders and churches to fund the mission of The Wesleyan Church.”
Every four years, The Wesleyan Church gathers for General Conference to worship together, to consider pressing issues in the Church, to handle Church business, to elect leaders and to articulate a trajectory for the years ahead.
Your church is invited to join us as we pray on Pentecost Sunday, the rise of General Conference.
With the close of another year, and with it another decade, The Wesleyan Church has experienced the fullness of God’s goodness in 2019.
Every four years, General Conference provides another opportunity for lay delegates to partner with clergy in guiding TWC through important decisions that help districts, churches and communities line up with God’s call.
According to a recent USA Today readers’ poll, the Saint Louis Zoo was considered the best in the country.
Registration for the 14th North American General Conference of The Wesleyan Church opens February 8.
As GC20 draws nearer, stay tuned for a deeper look into some of the monumental decisions that made The Wesleyan Church what it is today.
As General Conference approaches, may the Holy Spirit unleash Wesleyans to be innovative and courageous in doing whatever is necessary to be a Kingdom Force in making disciples, multiplying churches and being a transforming presence.