Each week, both Wesleyans and Wesleyan churches are featured in online news publications. As we are alerted to those news items, we are privileged to pass them along. If you see a news item that relates to Wesleyans, please forward to communications@wesleyan.org. The following are sample news items:

Stroudsburg Wesleyan supports churches in Haiti

Members of Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church recently returned from their third annual mission trip to support churches in Haiti.

North Carolina helping workers laid off by area company

Denton Wesleyan Church in Denton, N.C., is offering help to 125 works who recently lost their jobs due to an area plant closing its doors.

World Hope International boost’s Sierrra Leone’s government hospital

World Hope International, the official Christian relief and development partner of The Wesleyan Church, is helping assist a government hospital in Sierra Leone with standards and needed drugs.

Pennsylvania church featured in local newspaper

Dixonville Wesleyan Church, located in Dixonville, Pa., has been featured in the Indiana (Pa.) Gazette. The article features information about the pastor and some clergy members, the church’s history, and service times.

Houghton College horse inducted into Horse Stars Hall of Fame

Pumpkin, a lesson horse in Houghton College’s Equine program, has been inducted into the EQUUS Foundation and the United States Equestrian Federation’s Horse Stars Hall of Fame.

Wesley Seminary offers course for non-attorneys regarding immigration law

Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University will now offer a course on church-based immigration ministry. This comes as a result of a partnership between The Wesleyan Church and Immigration Alliance. The course is taught in partnership with World Relief and Immigrant Connection.

Long-time Wesleyan pastor passes away

Rev. Donald Wolfe, a pastor with The Wesleyan Church, passed away on March 10.

Young students raise money for clean water in Africa

A class of 5-year-old children in the Cayman Islands has worked hard to raise more than $2,000, which will help bring clean water to people in Sierra Leone, West Africa.

Maine church members serving in Haiti

Thirteen church members from Houlton Wesleyan Church, Houlton, Maine, are serving in Haiti on a six-day missions trip to La Gonave.

New home for New York food pantry

The Tri-Community Food Pantry has a new home at The Vine Wesleyan Church in Depew, N.Y.