Mozambiquens continue to work hard to rebuild their churches after two cyclones destroyed them this spring.
Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund
More than $101,000 has been raised through WERF to assist Mozambicans in their rebuilding efforts.
More than $96,700 has been raised through WERF to assist Mozambicans.
Mozambique is still recovering from Cyclone Idai and was recently hit again by Cyclone Kenneth.
Multiple organizations partner together to bring relief to those in need in Mozambique.
Unprecedented need caused by what has been described as “the historically worst cyclone to have hit Mozambique” prompts General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt to activate the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund (WERF).
The Wesleyan Church, World Hope International and Global Partners partnered together to provide funds for much-needed equipment to assist those in need.
Omar Haedo says the Caribbean is facing a “human catastrophe with 85 percent of the people without food, power and water.”
Dr. Benjamín Galarce Sánchez, national district superintendent of Puerto Rico, gives specific details on the devastation Wesleyan churches have endured through Hurricane Maria.
A number of Wesleyan Village residents on limited or fixed incomes find it difficult to cope with their present situations caused by Hurricane Irma.
Your prayers, financial gifts and ability to volunteer are still very much needed.
Wesleyan Academy ,a private, evangelical Christian school in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, has been heavily damaged by Hurricane Maria.
The Wesleyan Church, through the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund, is partnering with World Hope International to respond.
Following is a report from Pastor Kevin Barnsdale, Countryside Wesleyan Church in Alva, Florida, that will bless and inform you. Needs are great in disaster-impacted areas and reports of significant damage continue to surface.
With scores dead and thousands homeless already, The Pilgrim Wesleyan Church in Peru desperately needs our help to lift up the love of Christ to a nation in crisis.
General Superintendent Dr. Wayne Schmidt has announced the opening of a Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund for the Wesleyan Pilgrim Church of Peru due to the current flood disaster.
550,000 displaced, 85+ dead, millions without water in Peru, you can still help us make a difference
Unfortunately, the severity of this crisis is not receiving much international focus,” said Dennis Jackson, Executive Director of Global Partners
Wesleyan youth pastors in Haiti saw a major need in their country after Hurricane Matthew hit and stepped up to help.
Goats for $75? Two months later, the needs for hurricane-ravaged Haiti have been updated. Read how you can tangibly help.
Relief supplies continue to arrive in Haiti, weeks after Hurricane Matthew destroyed the livelihood of many.
Through partnership between The Wesleyan Church, World Hope International, Global Partners, and other organizations, the first shipment of supplies has been delivered in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Dan Irvine gives a heartfelt assessment of Haiti’s current crises, post-Hurricane Matthew.
Haiti took the brunt of Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean and caused great devastation in the south. Flash floods, overflowing rivers, and mud slides in the mountains are still taking place.
President Obama heard firsthand what Flint Grassroots Initiative and Wesleyans are doing in Flint, Michigan, to assist residents in dire need because of the ongoing water crisis.