601-F Eastchester Drive, High Point, NC 27262 | Phone: 336-889-4694 | M - Th: 9-5 / Fri: 9-4:30

To Evangelize, Equip, and Enlist

 

DISTRICT MINISTRIES

YOUTH

CHILDREN

WESLEYAN WOMEN

HISPANIC MINISTRY

We love working with, serving, ministering, and participating in what God is doing in the life of a child. We are practioners, not just theorists. Meaning we actually work with kids and volunteers and parents and lead pastors and church boards and beloved janitors. We know what it is like to deal with complex family issues and comfort a nervous child. We live and breath children’s ministry. We also love the theory and academic discipline behind ministry with children as well. At Wesleyan Kids you’ll get both! We are passionate about connecting, training and resourcing anyone who disciples kids.

Teens are all about relationships and NC West District Churches are encouraged to foster atmospheres where teens feel safe and accepted.  Our chief goal is to help teens, both junior high and senior high, share their gifts, grow in life calling, develop a positive self-image, overcome prejudices, develop respect for differences, serve those in need, and foster social change, develop a personal spirituality and prayer life, apply their faith to daily life, participate in the Church, and develop a grounded personal relationship with Jesus.

The Wesleyan Women's Movement connects, nurtures and empowers women to grow in faith, discover their calling, and give life to the world around them.   Every woman, transformed and giving life to the world around her for Jesus Christ and The Wesleyan Church.

La Visión de la Iglesia Wesleyana es Transformar Vidas, Iglesias y Comunidades por medio de Jesucristo y La Iglesia. El Movimiento Hispano ha sido llamado para la transformación y la multiplicación de vidas, comunidades e Iglesias hispanas a través de las siguientes prioridades misionales:  Conexión Pastoral, Desarrollo de Liderazgo, Salud de Iglesia, Plantación de Iglesias, Identidad Wesleyana, Entrenamiento de Ministerio, Santidad y Justicia social.