Shepherding and caring for others should be an all-encompassing reflection of God and his relationship with creation.
Wesleyan’s embrace a culture of freedom to embody different expressions of the church.
Wesleyans believe laity are called to be ministers, engaging in God’s transformative work in the world.
Wesleyans sing a different tune, serving and seeking justice for those in need.
Someone encouraged and invested in us. Now, TWC, it is our turn.
Organic gardening helps cultivate a pathway for Wesleyans to embrace personal evangelism.
God’s call to be holy moves us beyond ourselves to act justly on behalf of others.
Thoughtful proclamation of the Word informs Wesleyan practice of sharing the gospel.
Scripture, tradition, reason and experience provide the foundation for TWC’s beliefs and practice.
A series elevating conversations about God and celebrating our shared values toward effective ministry in The Wesleyan Church.
Ed Stetzer interviews Dr. Jo Anne Lyon, General Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church, who explains the aspects of Wesleyanism. The article first appeared in “Christianity Today.”