Houghton education students engaged with students in Buffalo classrooms in order to gain vital experience of teaching in urban settings.
You’ve heard about Giving Tuesday. Your gift makes a difference. Wesleyan gifts here will mean that people will find the hope that Christ brought into the world at Christmas.
Eighty-three percent of the population is now living in metropolitan areas. Ministry in our cities is more vital now than ever.
A $19,000 grant has given some at-risk teens new opportunities to learn job and life skills.
A North Carolina church is intentional about doing urban ministry every summer.
“Who will be our next pioneers?” This was the theme of the Sunday evening rally, led by Dr. Jim Dunn, executive director of Church Multiplication and Discipleship for The Wesleyan Church.
For the last 27 years, the evidence of God’s work in Buffalo has been evident. The Wesleyan Church and various ministries have partnered to provide a faithful presence in the city.
The summer issue of Wesleyan Life magazine was released at General Conference. It has also been launched on an all-new, more powerful digital platform.
The Wesleyan Church is joining the national campaign #GivingTuesday, a day to give back. Find out what five important areas within The Wesleyan Church you can give to so you can make a difference.
Maria Julio Urebe, from El Salvador, ministers in Honduras in one of the most violent public parks in the city.
Newark, N.J., is a city of challenges and broken systems, both in the areas of justice and education. But God is using Newborn Wesleyan Church to break barriers and minister within the community.
The EDGE is committed to reaching the hip-hop culture of Grand Rapids, Mich., a community with 50 known gangs and where 80% live below the poverty line.
A group of SWU students spent time alongside residents living in the poorest areas of Milwaukee and Chicago as part of the university’s “Urban Ministry Plunge.”