Churches Host Traveling Wesleys
What if John and Charles Wesley could still visit churches? A unique project led by Discipleship Ministries found a way for these founding fathers of the denomination to do just that. More than 700 congregations participated in a program during the summer of 2015 that brought paper dolls of the brothers to spend two weeks at each host church. We followed the pair to one stop in South Carolina.
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For more information about the Flat Wesley project, contact Discipleship Ministries.
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