About Us

The Wesleyan-Anglican Society is an association of Wesleyan/Methodist and Anglican Christians (lay & clergy) who understand themselves to be classically Wesleyan in theology and who embrace a classically Wesleyan-Anglican view of liturgy and the sacraments.  The Society seeks to provide a means of support, encouragement, and fellowship for those who seek to live out a fully Wesleyan understanding of the Christian faith, especially in connection with the liturgy and sacraments of the church.  It provides a place where Wesleyans and Anglicans can exchange ideas, experiences, and fellowship as it relates to the reclamation of a Wesleyan understanding of the faith, a Wesleyan way of life, and a Wesleyan-Anglican expression of worship.  The Society also seeks to be a resource for churches within the Wesleyan-Anglican family.