Wesleyans in the news
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 email@example.com.
The Bridge Community Church in Logansport, Ind., is offering training for people who want to start immigration legal clinics in their own communities. Currently, there are 10 churches within The Wesleyan Church that are accredited immigration legal clinics. This article was also featured in Fox News Latino.
Former Michigan cop Andrew Collins and Jameel McGee, a criminal he wrongly accused, are now friends after their respective prison terms—all because of their faith in Jesus Christ.
Female employees at Oklahoma Wesleyan University penned a response to an editorial published by the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise on April 12.
Bonnie Eastlack has been named the new pastor of Faith Chapel Wesleyan Church in Annandale, N.J., after serving in an interim position since last November.
Samuel J. “Jack” Connell, a Houghton College graduate, has been named the new dean of the College and vice president of academic affairs.
The sounds of southern gospel could be heard this weekend at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, S.C., during the Clemson Music Festival.
Houghton College will host its 10th annual Film Festival April 23, where students have the opportunity to make films, present them to an audience, and be judged for award purposes.
Glen Avery, 65, is a library at Houghton College who has run marathons on all seven continents, not once but twice.
Indiana Wesleyan University men’s basketball was recently honored by government officials.
The Houghton Symphony Orchestra held a unique concert at which attendees were invited to wear costumes.