Join us at an Affinity Dinner for Wesleyans attending the 2019 CCDA Conference Thursday evening, October 10th. Our invited guests are from CCDA leadership and board members to give us an update on the direction and heart of the organization.
The Church Multiplication and Discipleship’s multiethnic team hosts online Multiethnic Huddles to equip lay and clergy leaders in multiethnic ministries.
Here are three crucial factors we must consider when approaching and engaging in multiethnic ministry.
Jersey City First Wesleyan Church is doing its part to make Jesus known in one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the U.S.
Multicultural ministry will not work unless the Holy Spirit is actively invited into it.
Join us for an impactful afternoon that will include prayer for social holiness initiatives, cultural intelligence workshops, and opportunities for affinity conversations. A complimentary lunch is included for those registered.
The conference purpose was to call together laity, marketplace and nonprofit leaders, pastors, practitioners, artists and activists from across generations to respond faithfully to the challenges and opportunities presently in America.
Join the Call and Response Conference and Wesleyan shoulder event, where conversation and learning will take place about multiethnic topics, while elevating black voices and experiences.
When Alejandro attended RENUEVO, he was cynical and skeptic about knowing Jesus. But that weekend, Jesus began a new work in his life, and he’s not been the same since.
Join us for a Festival on Discipleship at College Wesleyan Church starting Monday, May 14th. Explore discipleship making with featured Wesleyan leaders. Come early for the shoulder event with the Church Multiplication and Discipleship team.
Most find sharing our faith hard. The truth is, God is the One who brings people to Himself. He invites us to join Him in that process. Join us for a 2-day intensive, 1-day conference and Wesleyan shoulder dinner around evangelism initiatives.
Colleges and universities within The Wesleyan Church are implementing strategies and initiatives to support multicultural environments.
In the face of some hardships, Pastor Fernando Martinez and his family began to regret their decision to move to the U.S. to plant a church.
The Multiethnic Ministries team announces new leadership that will continue to help The Wesleyan Church movement grow in diversity.
A church in Canada is showing the love of Jesus by helping children know they are loved, accepted and valued.
An Ohio church partnered with three Indiana churches to host a block party. Lives have been “made new” as a result.
On August 15, we experienced the largest prayer call gathering this year. We believe participation had a great deal to do with what happened in Charlottesville this past weekend.
In its seventh year, Renuevo, which means “renew” in Spanish, is a spiritual retreat and highlight of the summer for many who attend.
On the day Emmanuel Wesleyan Church publicly shared its new vision, opportunities for multiethnic ministry began to pour in.
We are committed to intentionally living out the value of diversity. This is who we are, rising up to who God has called us to be as Wesleyans.
The percentage of Wesleyan churches that are minority or multiethnic has grown from 6.7% in 1994 to 20%.
Wesleyan pastors and leaders joined 1,300 others as part of the Mosaix Conference to talk about multiethnic ministry within churches.
Pastors’ friendship leads to expanded conversation about racial tensions in the U.S.