FWC is about more than just church on a Sunday morning. We believe we're called to make an impact in our neighborhood and around the world. In Acts 1:8, Jesus says, "You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." See, for the disciples, Jerusalem was their neighborhood. Judea and Samaria was their country (and their enemies). They were called to all of that, plus to the rest of the world. We believe that's a call to all of us, so we support missions going on in our backyard (Jerusalem) and around the world (the ends of the earth). You can join us by praying for the ministries we support, and be pledging, in faith, to give toward those ministries.
If you'd like to help support the missions efforts we support throughout the year, simply fill out the "faith promise" pledge below. By completing this form, you're saying that you believe that God will provide you with the financial ability to give toward these ministries throughout the coming year.
First Wesleyan Church supports the following ministries through your Faith Promise Support:
(our own community)
The Hope Project works to support the healing of girls and women who have survived sex trafficking and prevent further cases through mentoring and education.
The Muskegon Rescue Mission provides Christ-centered programs and services for the homeless and those in need. The Mission's services take a holistic approach to our local homelessness community by providing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual help.
Almost literally in our backyard, Oakview Elementary is the public school in the Oakview neighborhood. Over the years FWC has worked to create a relationship with the principal, teachers and families to support the education and care of kids right in our neighborhood.
"judea and samaria"
(our own nation)
Located in Rapid City, South Dakota, He Sapa New Life Wesleyan Church celebrates the work the Creator has done in sending His Son to bring hope, forgiveness, and restoration to people of all tribes - especially among the Lakota People in Rapid City and the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Child Evangelism Fellowship is a Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living. CEF operates locally, nationally, and internationally.
"ends of the earth"
(around the world)
Mark & Tracie
Mark and Tracie are missionaries serving the "Karis" people in a Muslim country. Teaching English and building relationships, Mark & Tracie continue to serve the Lord
In partnership with Global Partners, the global missions department of the Wesleyan Church, the JESUS Film is reaching people for Jesus across the world. The partnership enables local Christian works to show the film and provides classes and follow-up activities for individuals who respond to the showing.
If you want to know more about what the Wesleyan Church is doing around the world, check out: