We would like to thank Boudreaux Architectural firm for honoring Rev. Tiffany during Women’s History Month.  To view the full post visit Boudreaux’s Facebook page. Below are the kind words shared :


March is National Women’s History Month, and this year we’re celebrating our women clients making history right now in South Carolina! We have been blessed to work with Rev. Tiffany Knowlin Boykin at the historic Wesley United Methodist Church – Columbia, SC on the corner of Gervais and Barnwell. The first African-American Methodist congregation in Columbia, dating back 150 years – Tiffany embraces diversity and preserving the church’s historic character. A powerful speaker and inspired leader, Tiffany is guided by her faith. We appreciated Tiffany’s determination to restore this iconic building. Thank you Tiffany for keeping history alive while embracing the future!

Welcome home to Wesley.

Ours is a loving Christian community, comfortably rooted in tradition,
with a joyful, informal approach to worship.

We are the first African-American Methodist congregation in Columbia’s history, dating back 150 years.
Today, we embrace diversity as we look eagerly and optimistically to the future.
Join us as we live, breathe, and celebrate the Gospel.


From Sunday School to everyday outreach to the community, there are many ways to live out your faith in fellowship with other believers. See how you can get involved.

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Whatever is troubling you, whatever challenges you are facing, you are not alone. God cares, and so do we. Let us know how we might direct our prayers so that you might know greater blessings in your life.

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We are a 150-year-old downtown congregation that worships the Lord and serves the community around us. We are traditionally African-American, but welcoming to all people.

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Our guiding vision is of a world that knows and lives the love and hope of Jesus Christ. Our mission in this world is to make and nurture disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of all.

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We meet in our downtown sanctuary to worship together at 9 a.m. each Sunday. Our services vary from week to week, featuring different kinds of music. We hold onto tradition, but embrace a welcoming informality in our services.

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