The Wesleyan Church is celebrating new ministries and changed lives in new ZIP codes.
The newly formed district will include the eastern half of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, the eastern third of New York State (including metropolitan New York City), Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire.
The people of Trinity Wesleyan Church in Allentown, Penn., are not waiting on a movement from God. They realized they ARE a movement of God and hold to this vision as they plant a church.
Wisconsin pastor speaks at IWU’s Summit, Pennsylvania churches impact their communities, and an Indiana church moves back home.
A Pennsylvania man returned to church after a 17-year absence and was led to a local Wesleyan church by an Internet search. He has since rededicated his life to Christ.
The General Conference, by overwhelming vote, elected Rev. Anita Eastlack to the office of executive director of the Division of Church Multiplication and Discipleship.
Church planter and worship leader Jenn Petersen shares her experience in co-starting a church with her husband and the one action that is key in the church planting process.
OKWU female employees react to editorial, former cop and criminal now friends, Houghton names new dean, Indiana church offering training for immigration legal clinics, and more.
Delaware church packs 100,000 meals for needy, OKWU fights “contraceptive mandate,” Ohio church partners with nursing home to make mats for homeless, IWU announces new football program, and more.
Jo Anne Lyon examines why Christianity is thriving in Nepal, New Jersey pastor joins other professional chefs to feed homeless, OKWU president wins award, SWU yearbooks now online, and more.
When the East Coast was slammed with a blizzard, various Penn-Jersey churches had to cancel services. Many people took advantage of the snow as a way to minister to their neighbors.
Homeless residents in Stroudsburg, Pa., have a place to sleep at night in the form of a Wesleyan church. All they need to do is show up and express their need.
This marks the first time in the N.A.Wesleyan Church that a woman is serving as a district superintendent. She and her husband, Karl, were elected with an extended call by an overwhelming margin.
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.