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 firstname.lastname@example.org. The following are sample news items:
Dr. Alfred Kalembo, National Superintendent of the Pilgrim Wesleyan Church in Zambia, says churches in his country must build schools and health centres to help communities.
Indiana Wesleyan University recently hosted the Momentum Youth Conference on campus, hosting 3,000 middle and high school students and staff from across the U.S. Held annually now for 75 years, CE National produces Momentum to “help students develop and deepen their relationships with God, as well as teach and equip them to live out their faith.”
Dr. Everett Piper, president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, will serve as a presenter at Reclaiming America for Christ, the 10th annual conference that will be held in Moore, Okla.
DePayne Middleton-Doctor, a victim of the Charleston, S.C., shooting June 17, left behind four children. Southern Wesleyan University has offered full tuition scholarships to those children. Middleton-Doctor worked as a university employee at SWU’s Charleston campus.
Cornerstone Wesleyan Church is believed to be the first church east of Ontario that is using solar energy.
Well-known rugby clubrooms have recently been purchased by The Well, a church planted by the New Zealand Wesleyan Methodist Church. The clubrooms will be converted into a church.