The Wesleyan Church “Joy of Salvation” conference will be held in Equatorial Guinea on March 1-4, 2016. Equatorial Guinea is the only Spanish speaking country in Africa. The mission there is managed by the South American Wesleyan Church.
Link to promotional brochure: Guinea Ecuatorial Congreso
Go to the Recursos en Español to find a link to resources and studies in Spanish language from the Wesleyan Church of South America.
Margaret Burgess, Attorney-at-Law and member of the Caribbean General Conference of the Wesleyan Church is currently publishing a new book, Law, Policy and Procedures for Child Protection in the Caribbean. It is a first, as child protection policies are not common in the Caribbean.
At present Margaret is conducting training workshops in the Wesleyan Holiness Churches in the Caribbean for implementation of the CPP pursuant to the resolution passed at the 2014 General Conference in Antigua. Workshops have already been conducted in Jamaica and Barbados and one is carded for St. Vincent in February, 2016.
When the book is published we shall post the contact details for purchasing copies.
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The General Superintendent’s Christmas Message 2015 “DON’T WAIT TILL CHRISTMAS”
Download the PDF CARIBBEAN CHRISTMAS MESSAGE
Dr. Alberto Patacsil writes:
Dear Ministry Partners,
I was in Tacloban last November 14-16, 2015 to join the Thanksgiving service. I thank God for what he has done and still doing in the lives of the typhoon victims.
Two years had passed after Typhoon Haiyan devastated this place and God’s love is being felt and seen through loving Christians (TWC NA, TMP, IGM, HHWC, COG, TWCP, CGC and etc.) who extended their love and care to the victims. Recovery is eminent and on-going in all aspects of the victim’s lives:
Pictures of the site after the typhoon and now…
For pictures and the full article: 1512 Tacloban update
The Wesleyan Churches of South America, and their mission fields in Spain and Equatorial Guinea, are one step closer to achieving Established Regional Conference status. In November 2015 their application was approved by the North American General Board for presentation to the North American General Conference (NAGC) in June 2016. With NAGC approval, the Ibero American application will be presented at the 2019 International Conference for final adoption. (March 2019 in Barbados – see Calendar tab)