Welcome To The Wesleyan Church of Canada

Love compels us. Joy fills us. Hope inspires us.  Faith grounds us. Grace has changed us.  As followers of Jesus Christ, we want to share God’s extravagant love with you.  Spend some time with us. Together, we will explore what it means to be made new.

-2 Corinthians 5:17



Our Mission

To accelerate the missional impact of The Wesleyan Church across Canada and around the world

Our Vision

Transforming lives, churches, and communities through the hope and holiness of Jesus Christ. We celebrate every time a disciple makes a disciple and a church multiplies itself.

5 National Church Priorities:

  1. Church Multiplication
  2. Church Health/Revitalization
  3. Global Engagement
  4. Leadership Development
  5. Ministries of Compassion
4 Strategic Objectives:
  1. Ministry Health and Multiplication
  2. Leadership Development and Care
  3. Interdenominational Cooperation
  4. Global Responsibilities and Responsiveness

Strategy #1: Ministry Health and Multiplication

Ensuring every local church and specialized ministry (camping, immigrant, chaplaincy, etc.) is functioning in a God-usable, healthy, creative, culturally-relevant, and growing manner.

Strategy #2: Leadership Development and Care

Ensuring every lay and clergy leader is healthy in all aspects of their life, and growing in their leadership capacity and opportunities. Additionally, we aim to ensure all pastors and their families are being well cared for in their retirement years, and during times of sickness or injury.

Strategy #3: Interdenominational Cooperation

Ensuring The Wesleyan Church of Canada is proactively working in warm/close and effective partnership with partner organizations and sister denominations to advance the mission of Jesus’ Church and serve as a redemptive influence in Canada.

Strategy #4: Global Responsibilities and Responsiveness

Ensuring The Wesleyan Church of Canada is on the forefront of global evangelism and church planting efforts and providing timely/helpful emergency responses during times of natural disasters, and substantive support to ongoing international relief and development efforts.