Pastors and churches cross district and national borders to multiply and see others Made New.
Missionaries and church multiplication to benefit from Habitat for Missions’ house flip in Virginia.
The Wesleyan Church’s North American Conference season has been full and fruitful in a variety of ways.
The Shenandoah and Chesapeake districts say goodbye to District Superintendents Greg Reynolds and Mike Hilson.
Three new district superintendents were elected during district conferences this summer.
Do you know these Wesleyans in the news?
Christ Community Church’s Pastor Randy Garner on a life of ministry and finishing well.
Around 100 people heard the gospel via car radio while maintaining social distancing at the church in Salem, Virginia.
The Shenandoah Family Camp hopes to continue its growth, a pastor reflects on his new assignment and SWU names coordinator of doctoral program.
Wesleyan pastor, Rev. Sam Frye, has been recognized for his role in impacting the lives of police officers as both a cop and chaplain.
What started out as a youth ministry at First Wesleyan Church in Huntington, W. V., is now ReClaim Church in nearby Barboursville.
A pastor, mentor, and leader within The Wesleyan Church, Daniel Finch is remembered as a man with a strong heart who deeply loved God, his family, and the Church.
First Simple Church, planted in Williamsburg, Virginia, in 2012, is celebrating its transition from a developing church to an established one.
A pizza delivery person was blessed with an unusual gift by the ladies attending Discover the Joy women’s retreat with Shenandoah District.
An incredible show of support from Wesleyan churches in an eight state area combined to reach out in compassion. In the distraught area of 1/3 million people, the poor were the most vulnerable.
Wesleyan churches in counties in West Virginia are having a temporary water crisis due to toxic contamination. D.S. Greg Reynolds would welcome regional assistance to meet needs and show love.