Position Statement

Wesleyan view on immigration

Wesleyan view on immigration

Resources are available that communicate The Wesleyan Church’s position statements on current moral and social concerns, including immigration.

Sanctity of life

Sanctity of life

We believe that life is a gift from God and must always be regarded as sacred. We believe that decisions about the edges of life that were not even contemplated in previous times are now necessary.

An International Wesleyan View of Refugees

An International Wesleyan View of Refugees

This statement on Refugees was adopted by vote of the delegates of the 2015 International Conference of the Wesleyan Church

A Wesleyan View of Domestic Violence

A Wesleyan View of Domestic Violence

Wesleyans believe the family is a divinely ordained institution. Yet, we need to face the reality that across our world and within our churches violence casts its long shadow across many homes.

A Wesleyan View of Racial Reconciliation

A Wesleyan View of Racial Reconciliation

The fruit of evangelism in a multiracial society ought to be a diverse church, and any lack of diversity when it comes to a specific race or ethnic group should be explored to better understand…

Church and Culture Booklet

Church and Culture Booklet

​This booklet is a compilation of The Wesleyan Church position statements on contemporary issues such as military service, equal rights, marriage, divorce, abortion, and more…

Pastoral Letter on the Economy

Pastoral Letter on the Economy

Economic uncertainty has become a crisis of global proportions. People who went about business as usual in comfort and security only months ago are now dreading the prospect of financial collapse…

A Wesleyan View of Women in Ministry

A Wesleyan View of Women in Ministry

The Wesleyan Church wishes to reaffirm its long-standing commitment to full opportunity for women to be ordained to the ministry and to serve in any and all ministerial and leadership capacities…

A Wesleyan View of Global Poverty

A Wesleyan View of Global Poverty

This position statement has been drafted as The Wesleyan Church’s response to the issue of global poverty. For the purpose of this document and statement, poverty is defined as lack of access…

A Wesleyan view of immigration

A Wesleyan view of immigration

Immigration is a contemporary issue that beckons Wesleyans to act as agents of Spirit-filled outreach and compassion in North American society…

A Wesleyan View of Creation Care

A Wesleyan View of Creation Care

The psalmist wrote “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it” (Psalm 24:1). Yet any honest reader of the newspaper or thoughtful observer of current events must acknowledge that all is not well..