Amid weighty memorial business, affirmations of beliefs were made and gave way to spontaneous and Spirit-led worship.
Sanctity of Life
Embracing our Wesleyan DNA as we press into God’s mission in 2022.
A woman who recently considered abortion invites us to be present and listen to her story.
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Although not everyone understands how valuable a life is, I believe God is changing hearts among his church, and as Christ’s disciples, we should be champions for his redemptive work within the pro-life movement as well.
If you’ve never been to an abortion clinic to do ministry, go there with a posture of love. It will change your life.
Without dancing around the nitty gritty…would I have been a candidate for termination?
Sanctity of life is honoring the image of God woven into humanity at every stage of life.
The Wesleyan Church firmly believes in the sanctity of life.
On this Sanctity of Life Sunday, read one mom’s account about her choice to birth her baby even though she knew he’d never live outside the womb.
Read what The Wesleyan Church has to say about life as Sanctity of Human Life Sunday approaches this month.
World Hope fights abortion in Sierra Leone by making child-bearing less dangerous for the mother and child.
The Wesleyan Church supports the sanctity of life and recognizes January 17, 2016, as Sanctity of Human Life Sunday.
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.
The Wesleyan Church supports the sanctity of life and recognizes January 18, 2015, as Sanctity of Human Life Sunday.